Allegheny High School - Wah Hoo Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1926
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Our Bill needs just a foot or two of height,
To make his shortish stature seem more tallg
He has a glorious voice-and say, he's quite
Athletic, a leading star in basket-ball!
CARL ABI NANTI
l'm sure that Carl agrees with Tom Carlyle
That 'silence is a joyous thing, besides,
I've seen him quiet, pensive-yet the while
Ile thought of nought but glorious auto rides!
This handsome lad seems too good to be true,
Of '26 the ehiefest Romeo.
For any test will show that he's true blue.
Small wonder hels a much admired beau.
GEORGE A NTONOPLOS
Some people are "born managers," 'tis known,
And they know how to manage, so it seems!
Our George is one of them, as we must own,
For Certainly he loves to manage teams!
JOHN A NTONOPLOS
This man's a "man of letters," so to speak,
A scholar and a linguist to whose mind
Tongues such as German, English, Latin, Greek
Are but as firm, he knows too much, I find.
Oh, fiddle de, and fiddle do, dee do,
Take heed, Oh players, of this tuneful lad,
How fast and smooth our George propels his bow,
VVe'll see him play in opera yet. Egad!
No, Mary has not lost hvr little lamb
Nor .lavk and Jill lu-ru favors-rl with a fall,
But this wc ft-ar: Our Jimmy s in a "jam"
Wlu-u Mary is not with him in the hall.
ORA MA E BA Klilt
Our class is proud of earnest Ora Mae,
Stu-'s ge-nth-. svrious., kind, :uul quita- da-niurc,
Un hear van wr rc-ly throughout thc- day.
W1-'rc rm-ally foml of lu-r, you can he sure.
Aifotlu-r stvrling youth ot' 3-0-7
ltr-tinvcl, sim't-rv, of noble mind and micn
ln any group ho'll prow a worthy lcv:-n
llc- travels on his chosen path sc-rc-luv.
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VW- van't complain lwmust- his mvaningfs dim.
His t'ltLSSIlltltl'S do arist- and loud rejoice.
Whvu cvs-r the-y do catch a glimpse of him.
CLYDE TSA RNETT
W'us 4-'or a latl quite' as vollvgiatc?
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lit' lvatls tht- girls on a livvlv gait-
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.l ICNNIE BARR
That dazzling' smile---Oh, Jonniv-fir, forlwilr
Those- slot--like vyvis whore' warm light loves to
Poe-tic' ravi-n locks of glistvning hair
Wm- love them-Vaguely fe-el their living spell!
She is an eloeutionist most rare,
VVe're always glad when she is on in Lit.
This Winsome maid with pretty eyes and hairg
Where e'er she goes our Florence makes quite
A quiet little girl sits in our room,
For all her quietness, she studies though-
To be beloved by everyone's her doomg
O, how we hate to see our Mary go!
REGINA BRA VENDER
And here we have our lovely laughing' Ree,
In Spanish Club she is the Presidentg
If you could see her, busy as a bee
You'd lanow that on a bright Career she's bent.
L I J
y V ESTHER BROOKS
Our Esther's a retiring little maid,--
For like her name from rural elimes she hails,
Refreshing as a brook in cooling' shade-
In amy task she does, she never fails.
VVe always pause to gaze at him of high renown
And wonder at bim as we see him pass
Hes never missed a single day of sehoolg Poor
He's 'never known the joy of hooking class!
ANA CLA IRE BUERKLE
On this fair head the gods bestowed great gifts,
For beauty, Anna's noted far and near.
How skillful she is when the ball she lifts,
Oh, she'll not miss the basket, never fear.
Como Dot, clon't be so silent and so Coy
About your pretty little low affair-
You lmve- e-nmpturml one zuhuiring boy
Who sm-ucls you roses-gifts that are quite rare!
Upon his knees, with pleas. he begs our bunch
'l'o ":'ouu- uvrossu with all thc- dough they owe-!
Sw:-vt girlivs fall for him, :mtl I've fl hunvh
llc falls for Uv - y hc comes to know!
f Mlfubngrftf, Z .A Q
lid is an gc-utlc-umn with subtle mind
llis fruuu- shim-s forth :uuoug the motley crowd.
For it' you ll'ill'l1 to know him you will find
llis :wtions than his words spczlk much more
YM. 4-v4-ry om- is wilml ubout this boy-
llv W4-urs thc' jvstm-r's guisv, though not :L fool!
llv's our good untura-cl pin-cv of prich- :mud joy
lVho guts il lot of fun tlttiillllllg svhool!
NVith uwrry lsnughiugr 1-yt-s of cle-vpa-st blue,
Alul jolly ways, :xml truc- siuvvrity-
O., Iiclith, you urs- lrish through :Incl through,
Wm' clo zuluiirv your grvut ability.
ll M Nl l'l'l"l' CA M Pl! lilllli
Ilis :iuburu lmir's u bit iuvliuvcl to vurlg
'l'lu-rm-'s frvvklz-s :ull tha' way uvross his nosc.
Although lu-'s shy wlu-n spa-ukiugr to an girl
Ill- lllJllit'H an fricutl in c-very plum-c hc gm-s.
I like the subtle semi-smile he wearsg
His eharm is most elusive, I must sayg
In getting ads he sure has heavy caresg
And yet we're sure we'll hear great things of
him, some day.
Tis whispered that this girl is fond of boys
And you ean guess that boys are fond of her
Although she laughs and makes a lot of noise-
VVhen she's not near, they always wish she were!
J AMES CARSON
His elassie lmrow and gently waving loeks
Help to make up our Jinnny's wond'rous eharm
Perhaps that's why he gathers girls by flocks
Or Illtflylltf it's his eyes that do the harm.
A gentle girl, so quiet and so shy,
Refined is she. and loved by all the Class,
All rough and hoist,rous erowds she passes hy,
YVithout ado and fuss, she does her tasks.
1 SA M URI, CARVER, J R.
Our President! To him we give a toast!
Oh, please page Cupid with his how and dart.
Of all the boys, the girls like Sam the most,
But he will deign to none to give his heart.
CHARLOTTE CI, EVER
She's never far away from one ealled "Stan"
And always wears the warmest smiles for him.
It's plain to see that she has found "a man"
May their progressing friendship r1e'er grow
'flint glist'ning hair und those hewitehing eyes
Would eupture any handsome hoy, l'n1 told.
Une duy in Lit you guve us il surprise,
When with those lilies you :nude our hlood run
0. Hose eun lllilkl' the loveliest designs,
Some duy u great dt'Sl2'lll'l' she will he.
With funey strokes, and rounded curves und lines,
She-'s hound to go through life sueeessfully.
JA M ES CULEMA N
llere is u living likeness of Huek Finn
fl've often wondered why they nznued hilu
His smile is one that sparkles from within
.lnd really nmkes one fall in love with him!
YV ILLIA M CULLYIZR
Oh why did Venus live so long' ago?
She should have known this llEllldS0lIlt' youth,
ln her train of youths he'd surely go,
Bl'K'llllSC for her he's quite u nmtell, Sweet lVill.
T'l'l'IIl'Zl, C li E ESE
VVhile Ethel never nulkes Il hit of noise
She is n girl we feel we eould not spare.
Although quite lively when around the hoys,
WH- often times do not know lhut she is there.
DORIS DA VIS
Another quiet llIlllSSllIllll'lg' Miss-
.-Xs Shakespeare suid, we like her "passing well,"
And so right here we pause to say just this-
We now rely on her more than we'll tell.
K ' ". 1 , . Eg
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T GEoRGE DEMAS
Lo. and behold the famous eapitaine
VVho led the football squad to Vietoryl
But oft we must pass o'er the noblest men,
'Twould take a hook to tell his history.
l'nlike his namesake who's a pugilist
Our Ed is very meek and Calm and Cool.
VVith words he is perhaps the frugalist
And yet he is well liked in our high school.
Among us we have found a Charleston star!
To see him dance is thrilling, and I vow
He's better than professionals by far
How does he do it? Yes, I wonder how!
Also an athlete from the halls of Fame,
Vl'ho manages with skill the fair sex teams,
Just pretty, peppy, modest little Jane,
lVe grow to love her more and more, it seems.
You'll see that Vl'ooda's faee suggests romance!
And yet he-'s hlind to girlish eharmsg alas!
All girls appreciate his mere "kind glance"-
But he just smiles upon a single lass!
'l'here's no one who would venture to outwit
The keen and caustic humor which is his
Oh! how heartily we laugh at it-
None other is as clever as his is!
J A N111 E R VV I N
Oh ,would that we might know more girls like you,
Quite eupable in all you undertake.
With mind so straight forward. honest, and true,
Someday a high mark in this world you'll make,
It's cruel to take a parting shot I know V
At Morry's well known width and size and
But I'll explain. He had to grow and grow
To hold so mueh good humor--that's his fute.
No, this is not u soldiers' training Camp,
llut only one more youth of our bright elass,
Although he never burned the "Midnight lamp,"
His native ability made him pass.
Oh here's a man indeed of whom we're proud.
For every ineh of him you'll find true blue.
So praise of our Vive-President is loud.
The day of parting with this friend we rue.
Florence Fisher we are always glad to greet,
Iler Titan loeks reflect her sunny ways,
Few girls may with this ehznrmiug lass compete
lu brightening with her merry smile our days.
NVhat world's of brilliance stored in her small
She took our Iligh Sehool eourse in just three
In really mwny things she takes the lead,
And 'she likes letter writing, it appears.
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An all 'round student you will find Bill
To think that one small boy could know so much
Of Civics he will never get his fill,
And if you want a friend, you'll find him such.
So Earlie is the light of her young soul-
Uh well, we always thot that it was so.
She onward urges him unto his goalg
Success will follow them where e'er they go.
All that we need in life's a happy heart,
To be most joyful and successful, too,
And Edna's deep blue eyes Such smiles impart,
Theyjxow tliensxumiest spirit e'er I knew.
All hail to her, one of the well known four,
VVho carrie from Glens-haw, "mighty land of
And one 'eleven by her sets great store,
VVithout her we'd be in an awful fix.
How versatile is Dick. How wond'rou:s tall!
He is a famous Terpsichorean
As well as the best "reading mann of all.
Egad! but he's a very paragon.
He's pleasing plump with skin of pink and white
You never see him frown or fuss or fretg-
"I.ife is too short, he thinks" and he is right,
For everyone agrees with him, you bet!
JOH N GA LLYVITZ
As niee a lad as ever you will see
ls John the handsome "would-he sheikl'
W'hen others faint and full, Steadfast he'll be
A lrettez' pal than he we would not seek.
ClII'ZS'l'li R GASPARIN
Nl'hoever's seeking for a real true friend
VVill find that Chester is just sueh a one
On whom a fellow really ean depend
'l'o share with him all troubles that may col
Ile was distraeted and we wondered why,-
We thought. he was in love, and now we kn
Ile was and is-just hy the sparkle in his ey
But it is only with his radio!
Of all the lvlondes we've ever looked upon,
This one with hair of gold so finely waved,
Ilas surely all the lreauty Iaurels won,
Besides, slu-'s always very well behaved.
ln school aiTairs she takes an aetive part,
lu eluhs-in Lit-she has acquired her fame
And I am told she's 1-aptut'ed someone's he'1r
.X eertaiu hoy's-I dare not tell his name!
Ah, Mary, you are very, very small,
But then your smiles so very hright and guy
'l'hat we forgive you for not helm: tall,
Your low sweet laughter drives all eare away
He is no snoh, although his nose turns up
He is the common friend of every one.
VVith him to Auld Lang Syne we take a sup
Lest we forget after school days are done.
Sometimes he looks so sober and so staid
VVe are in awe of his majestic air.
But when he smiles he captures many a maid.
Such personality is all too rare.
Activity is Jinny's middle name,
To be well-liked does seem to he her fate,
Committees, clubs,-thus she acquired her fame,-
In ollices too numerous to relate.
Ralph is a quiet lad for all his height t
And Oh how we will miss him when he's gone!
He always does a task with all his might.
Theres not a thing about him we find wrong.
all the girls so fair in our dear High,
There's one with hair so gold and eyes so blue,
For her alone this hero gives a sigh,
You've guessedg 'tis "Gin" to whom his thoughts
XVe thought we heard a thrush one summer morn,
The pearly dew was on the flowers yet-
That song of gladness banished care forlorn
The thrash, we found, was our dear Margaret.
DUR IS H A RPOLPI
XVho has not heard of her. the Famous Une?
'l'he author, poet, and the perfect friend.
ller wit's remarkable, shes full of fun,
Indeed, her wond'rous talents have no end.
JOI IN HAVE KOTTE
You love to play the fool, and with your jest
You seem to love to make us laugh at you:
Beneath your eap and hells-there is the best
In you-that something genuine and true!
WA I fl' li li HAY l'1K0'l"1'lf1
This hlond Apollo towering high ahove
Looks down and smiles a warm and dazzling
.Xiud one that almost every girl eould love-
llut he knows nothing of it all thc while!
'l'here is revealed unto the eyes of few
The soul within of goodness, heauty, light.
'l'hese love her for a friend hoth rare and true,
Too, for her happy heart and spirit bright.
l.avina is a tiny maidon who
.Xtlempts to hold within herself so small
Vigor and pep and speed enough for two-
We know on glory's path she'll never fall.
Ruih is the apple of her l'Ioward's eye,
.X serious girl with gentle ways, serene.
For ll. we often hear her deeply sigh,
'Tis seldom that the-y'1'c not ensemble seen.
MA RGA RET H E RPEI,
F'en Orpheus would admit our Peg his peer,
For when she plays-ah then such w0nd'rous
And her sweet, charming, duleet voice so clear,
Could move to life the very rocks and stones.
MARGARET H IZRPICH
She's small, and has bright eyes and golden hair,
And graceful!-ah, she dances like an elfg
And, too, her frowns are very, very rare,
I wish I were as versatile myself.
XVILLIA M HOC E
He's president of room three-twelve, my, oh!
In English Class we hear he's at his lrest,
No wonder that dear Peggy likes him so.
In basketball this boy excels the rest,
LELA H HOFFMAN
Now I,elah is a girl of industry,
Though quiet, she has fun, I have heard tellg
Some day, we know, a great success shc-'ll he
Because she takes each task and does it well.
MARGARET H FZYM A N
Oh, pretty Peg, whom all the hoys adore,
Disclose the snares with whieh you Capture
That we may also Realms of Charm explore,
And learn from you how Cupid shoots his darts.
Our Dotty is so pleasant and so gay
She spreads good cheer :md joy on every handg
Shes versatile for she vain sing: and play-
One of the jolliest girls in our whole band.
The "wilev wilds" of Fineview fur uwuv-
'l'lu- lunll in whieh our Henry now resides-
Is getting quite ton snmll for him, they say,
l'erl1:1ps hc's growing up, besides!
M .X RCA li l'l'l' IIOPl"l'1li
.Xnufher pretty Peg of world-wide fume
ln uthleties she shines,--the brightest Star.
No other girl us lllilfly "Vs" eun elaim,
Uh. :amateurs do worship her ufur.
I du not like to say it, but I lllllSt'-
Young' Jllllll.'S the enemy nr' gnml hurrl wnr
Anil yet u smile from "Willa, clear," I trust
Must lveg him not to loaf nur dodge nor shlr
.X pleasant fnee, :L sweet and friendly smile
.X clispnsition that we all zullnire
'l'lu-se ure why fur her ws-'cl wulk 41 mile
.Xml also why she sets our hearts ufire.
J A M ICS .I .XC KSON
"'I'he well-gromned dupper' is what we eull hill
This rilzy youth who drives an Huiek ear-
.lnn .lueksuns nulne uf ull the list of many' minus
Shnulcl Ive in large hlzlek print lll2ll'liQ'il with n
MA RJORIE JACKSON
Of lu-:aux has Marjorie -aupp-lh:.s galore
You see she is so nieeinn wretty, tum.
QWe wish she's let up -eo un 'e'cl huve num
Yuu clun't know Marge? Then luek ns
MAHGAR ET JOHNSON
In California Margaret's spent one year,
Vile wonder what was wrong with the movies,
YVe're glad they didn't get her, icause she's here-
So lovablegrihl That one plainly sees.
M A RY A NN JOHNSTON
A smile like Mary Ann's is very rareg
If she'd a lawyer be-'twould be her fate-
Of riches and success to .have full share-
For she cannot be conquered in debate!
fvgw-5 I, '
Helen is lovable, Helen is fair, '
One moment moved to tears, the next to smilesg
Those sunny eyes, that gleaming golden hair,-
VVho could resist those bright-eyed laughing
He likes the rustic life-though not a hick
Indeed not! Heis a very snappy boy.
VVe hope a suburb lot will come to Dick -
Because we hear 'twould give him boundless joy.
Oh, all we girls with locks ns straight as pins,
Do envy Ethel's mass of wavy hairg
And Ethel easily our friendship wins
By cheery willingness to do her share.
'Tis strange-her name just fits her perfectly,
Like fairies-she is quiet, dainty too,
No one will miss her quite as much as we
In 204--her type are all loo few.
DOROTI IY KA 'l"l'I,liM A N
'l'o show outstanding poise is Dottim-'s style,
l Nh nr l
' -'re proud to have her fc a friend and e min
She eertainly ean he most versatile,
And every one is glad to see her eome.
Dear little Nox, please always he our friend.
C'all'd "Nora" when he is just as bright as day
'Tis strange, his talents are without an end.
QWc had to crowd his vcrsc without our say!
PA UI, Klilllill
Paul Keller is a lad who's stepping ont-
And sometime now within the next few weeks,
flf he keeps up what he is now almoutj
IIe'll eolne into the ranks of our hest sheiks!
We like her snappy style and elever wit,
NV4' like her jolly disposilion, loo
l'l'er througli the halls we see our Alief
Doing the things she has been asked to do.
Now hen-'S another 1nneh-:'enowned brunette,
Who's jolly--always has a lot to say,
NVlN'l'0'l'l' she is there's fllll: how we regret
That we eannot always together stay!
KA 'l'l I RYN KOCH
A quiet, unassuming little lass,
But we-'vc no doulmt she studies hard and works
Une of the preeious assets of our elass,
A lesson or a task she never shirks.
k I L-f'
The Art Club president so tall and blond!-
His ankles hurt one's eyes when e'er he walks!
Not only girls of silly fads are fond:
For this aritstic boy wears red Chow socks!
LYDIA KRIST UFEK
Her eyes are pools of midnight, bright and deep,
Her cheeks as 'smoothly curved as Hebe's own.
Her thoughts are far above things mean and
Our school will surely mourn when she is gone.
' ROSE KRISTUFEK
Although she isn't boisterous and loud,
She's one who'll be an everlasting friend.
If you know Rose you should be very proud,
For she'll stay with you to the very end.
CA RL KURTZ
No rose in all the world is quite so red,
As when a pretty girl to Carl does speak,
And he warms up right quickly 'round his head,
This blushing boy so serious and so meek.
JACQUE LA BELLE
Uh, soon the world will some fine music hear,
Vl'hen Jacque La Belle does make his great
Oh, how the brilliant posters will appear,
And UVV. A. T." will seek an interview,
HELEN LA NG
Oh, fair as a flower that blooms in spring,
VVith eycs as clear as the tone of a bell,
A girl, who could well sit beside a king,
And all the cares of herlpeople dispel.
ELVA IUXNGWORTIIY 1 l
Anothvr of our ha.ncl, who's wry small, all
Hut not too 'small to always "do fhcr hiti'
So tiny that you'1l think she- is a doll,
She always takes "kid" parts in plays in Lit.
Hx-'s fund ot' healthy sports and lxasket-hall
lint more- than that-he likvs a game that's
llis ch-alings are upright and just, withal
llc-'Il make his mark some day in playing fair.
M .X RY LAWSON
Anotlu-r of our shining rnodvst stars,
Who va-rtainly in talvnts mlm-s abound
For hor., sm'c1-ss's floor will lift its harsg
Ilvr fanw will 0'0r the universe rcsonnd.
Um- of tlw lvrightcst stars of '2fi-
ln math and l'll4'lIllStI'y a very shark.
I rlon't think that ln-'s cvcr in a "fix"
lqlll surc that he is never in thc dark.
RICIIA RD LICRACII
Old Sovratvs would surely rml his life,
If he would stray into this age and Clinw,
And takv one glanvv at Divkg why t'here'd he
I wish sonic- of his hrilliancy were mine!
Our hrilliant Ralph doc-s not have much to say-
And ya-t l'w hc-ard hc-'s rathvr fond of girls,
llis rm-cord herv is almost perfvct "A"
Wholl ova-r think that he likvs Howing curls!
M A RY LEZ IK
Her merry laugh rings through the busy hall
And heekons us to eome and join the fun.
She ean attraet a crowd, though she is small.
A nicer girl than Mary-there is none!
MARIE LING ENHALL
Marie is very fond of poetry-
Ahounds in personality and looks
'Tho very stylish as you plainly see,
Before the Fashion's sway she puts her books.
Our famous hanker Marion is, you know,
Perhaps some day she'll he a millionaire.
Or hanker-then she'll handle lots of "dough,"
Of lifc's good fortunes she will have a share.
ROBERT MaeA LISTER
It's hard for most of us to keep in step,
VVith Bob-the eenter of the social whirl
I've never seen hiul laekinff spark or pep-
Nor ever yet without a Charming girl!
H ELHN M aeGlt EGOR
"Mare" likes to have a jolly time with hoys
To laugh and drive away the gloom with fun
Now here, now there, the fleeting hours enjoys
Her breezy press-nee lights the halls like sun.
ELVA MeC.X SLA ND
Now lilva is our Champion athlete,f
Her sweet and smiling fave is full of eharmg
VVhen she is leader she'll ne'er Ineet defeat,
And our fine team will never Come to harm.
Our IXl:n'inn clisnpprnvvs the saying old-
'l'hnl gmnl things vmm' in lnlmllvs that nrt- snlnll,
Fm' shi- is rvnlly worth hcr wvigllt in gold,-
Shi-'s friunllly und 4-onsillcrzltv to ull.
.Xh lla! frin-nd Guy was burn al Ill't'ilK'lll'l"S sun,
.Xml husn't hs' n most :mga-lic' fum-?
lla- is zu fri:-ml that :ill lmw grlzully won
.Xml svts fur ns in all things an fair pave.
M.X R'l'lI.'X Mc'Cl'I.l.Ol'GII
'l'u writv an vi-rsv for snvh il snlmtlv nmill,
.Xml una- so fair, is quite he-ynml my llllWll',
lla-r sunny spirit. wx- just c'nn't invade
But shc-'s quite sweet within her secret how'r.
lic-rc-'s "I7nt4'll," nur lmunnio vlnss plmtngrnpllvl'
ln From-li vluh, also, Munsivur Prosiclunt,
ln Ire-lnncl he-'fl lw ll Dnkv, m' Sir.
lint yi-t wx-'vv llt'X't'I' heard him boast or Yilllllt.
.X l'G l 'S'l'.X Mvf' l"I'CIIl'l0N
.-Xug,rnst::'s allways qnivt and Svilnlv-
But wha-n shi' spa-uks tlu'rn"s llliil'lIll'f in hc-r 4-yes
XX'hc-n lnnvh-tinw CUIIIPS shi-'s nc-vi-r. new-r latex-
ln mum-fly and wit her sw:-vt clmrnu lies.
His hun:-st mit-n :mtl always smiling fnvr'
llslvv nlzuli- him unc who is llcpvmlnhlv.
,Xt clrngging stage- svn-nvs all about the plnvc
llm-'s fini-g :nul in all things rn-liuhle.
Y ,si Mi Wm-....,..,-..........t .........,,.t
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NVith true Scotch hlcodg entrancinvr smile so sweet
Q I rj -
She studies hard each night to make all A s,
,Xt writing poetry, "She can't he heat,"
She's far too wonderful for nn' 'voor vraise
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' VV,XI.'l'Iilt MALI,
Of times when to this boy I have referred
Approval greeted heartily his name
For him there always is a pleasant word
And I am sure he'll have success and fame!
FRA NCIS MA NGOLD
I het he never played a naughty prank
Nor did a thing he was told not to do
He is so quiet and so good! Yes, Frank
I lflieve the girls are all afraid of you!
About dear Sue I fear I cannot write
Because I do not have the words to fit
Her sweetness and her charming smile so hright
VVhich she delights us with each week in Lit!
Ah, would I had ability to tell,
Of this small maidfs achiewements in the past,
But I need not, for you all know them well-
Her wond'rous deeds like monuments will last.
H A TTIE MAY
Yes, Hattie reads and knows the fashion hooks,
For always she is smartly dressedg you see
That always like a stunning model Hattie looks.
In stylish clothes that come from gay Paree!
ICDXYIN Bl XAVIIINNICY
All! liclwin wt- arc' quite' surprised at you
Alnazml 'tu sem' you in suvh 4-vstasy
Wfhvn nt-ar your favorite- haunt, room 202,
With charming .liuny ur with sweet Maria!
She-'s likt- a claintv lilv, fre-sh and fair
A maid likt- knightg fought for in :lays of ulcl
Uf widc lvlum- eyes and shining flaxvn hair
Hur l'lclith's quite lllllSll'Zll, lllll tolll.
It UTII AI FLYER
A small anal tlainty little' girl is Ruth-
Aml, ton, a swt-vt and l'lHll'llllllg' voiu- has she
And she- is quita- an avtrc-ss-uh-in truth,
ln vc-rtain plays she quite enchanted me!
Il ICIIARD MIl.l.lili
llivllartll Iluw wvll vnu In-ar Your nuhle- nann-
In high ideals and l'llill'Ilt'tt'l' Qu truv!
You It-aw he-hind at A. II. S. suvh fanw
That nth:-rs may do we-ll to path-rn you.
IIUWA RD MOONEY
llow vuulfl our tint' dc-lmting vluln progrt-ss
Without tht- aitl of him whmu you we lierc?
'l'hv vluh will lu- quitc hroke-n up, I guess
Vl'ht'n lu' mlm-s not prvsitlu llll'l' it' nvxt year!
ln Gu-tu-t'ull4-gc Uluh .linny prcsitlvs,
Always a vluaruiiug. winning, laughing girl,
Shi- likvs nur lmys and many more hesiclcs,
lu turn tht-y spin hm-r in the nu-rry whirl.
.. d .3
Another of the famous quiet throng,
is this sweet, winsome little hlaek-haired maid
l wonder how we'd ever get along
VVith0ut this lass so dignified and staid?
PA ULINE NIEKUM
Beneath dark hair shine forth two twink'ling eyes
NVhic'h captivate and charm us, everyone,
She makes good marks, and does seem very wise
VVhile at the same time she likes genuine fun.
MA RGARET NIGGEL
XVI? have a set of twins and hoth called "Peg"
Theirs is a golden friendship, always true.
Fair reader, utter here a prayer, I beg
ljntreat Fortune to smile on these dear two.
"Lessons in dancing" one eau eas'ly learn
From Bernieeg to her life's only fun
To he merry, gay as she, I yearng
Among our many girls she is a lively one!
And Helen's quite a Spanish shark, they say,
She rattles off Hspanole hy the yard,
'Till we are all perplexed and in dismay
Vife wonder how she does it--seems so hard.
HOXVA RD PA NNIER
He does not like the madly whirling herd
Nor does he crave great wealth Qthis is the
Ile merely lives to hreathe a single word-
And show'r affection on its owner-Ruth.
"Hooray for Ruth and lnaskvt hall l" we shout,
l'nn surf- that John would like to have us know
.lust what it is that thrills him through and
"l'is 1-itlwr his ln-lovf-d radio
Ur 4-lsc-? lint no,-wl'll lf-ave thc rm-st for you!
Slifs quita- lnystvrious--the Qlfin type-
lh-r glaliu' is battling, but W1-'ll svvk it out
Shu-'s sure-ly from the days when Pan did pipe.
Nl A RCA R ICT PATTERSON
.lust likn- tlu- "pa-nsivo Nun dc-Vout and pure"
Is our own Marg'ret with hcr glance divine.
Most 1-very wlwrv slu"s solwr and dcmurc
'I'lu- path sln- trn-ads is one that's most snhlinu-.
Now little' f'llilI'lll' is so :nom-k and mild.
A pleasing unpretentious noble lad:
Wx' hors- niust tm-ll you that this hashful vhild
l'I'4'n if he-'d try, Could in-vcr quite- he had.
WV Il.l.l.X M P ENNI'lI.L
Ill-'s nivr and kind and very handsonw, too,
.Xnd rvully is an all around good chap.
ll'l'IISfl'l1lIlS, u plvasing fellow who
Will list wha-n opportunity may tap!
llvr coal lnlavk hair. and hm-r dark 1-ya-s so hrifht
Conipm-I us, when we pass, to look again,
llc-fom' this maid so sweet is out of sightf
'l'lw typo that always wins the lnarts of MIIIPILN
A lovely girl who has a host of friends
And hopes some day to be a famous star.
If our fond wish eould help her toward these ends
We know she wouldn't have to travel far.
FILIGDERIC K PFISCHNER
A man like Dougie Fairbanks in physique
He is a favorite, the "lady's man."
They, blushing, call him beau, boy friend, and
In Millvale! Find his "better" if you eun!
Of Edna's talents we are well aware,
She's secretary of our class and stat?-
She's aetive -in most all things everywhere,
This bright, dependable, artistic lass.
ROSE Q UA'1"1'RUCHI
She is a vamp with blaek and shining hair,
But not a naughty vamp, you well suppose.
This spaee without her would seem bleak and bare
She's sweet and natural-never strikes a pose.
A sweeter, nicer girl l've never knowng
Ah, how can I relate her virtues rare?
Her qualities by aetions :she has shown,
Of happiness she'll have a bounteous share.
MAliGAlil'l'l' RAVVI li
A tall sedate and regal-mamnered blonde
Someday some one will claim her as his queen.
And will be wise, for of all girls "du monde"
She is the sweetest we have ever seen.
WA l,'l'l'1li li l'I.XGl,l'l
I'v4- oftvn lookn-d ut Walt fund wondcrvd why
llc- see-nwd so vi-ry illffL'l't'llt from thc rust
Wln-n I he-ard some one utter with an sigh,
"lls- lives in l,0l'lllUlItw'liVV2lS explained ut
,K vvry qui:-t, shy vollsvrvaitivt'
.Xnd ya-t an colnrude- full of joke-s and wit
We know that he- could write an narrative
Of his good points if this spam' would perl t
F li lil? li l'1ISl'1li
l'v1- nmrve-llc-d :it his hroud and brilliant niil ,
'I'h4' fine-st qlmlitia-5 om' van poswss,
With nohlf- clmravtc-r are well combined
ln this vxzunple' of trnu inunlinx-ss!
ll l'1NltY It l'll"l'l'llt
Une- ot' thi- most popular hovs of all
Who has works-d to givr the vluss an good tnnc
fllll' grzutitndu to hini is fur froln Slllilll.
SlIK'K't"sS for him will he hut :i short vliinh.
U. lvll IIIU, pray, why I should 1'Vx'll try,
'l'o tvll of how this IllillKl1'Il doth l'lllll!'illl,
Wi- look :it ln-r so wistfnlly und sigh,
Knowing full we-ll why :xt hm' fc-vt "tln'y" tl
This donghty knight 1-:nr-h niorn doth sally to
.Xluourd his fin-rv stvvd wlcpt "Yo Ford."
'l'hr1'1' Nlillvnlc- hoix uttvstnils spa-vd and wor
lly thc-in, its loss would sure-ly hc da-plorcc
Clll'lS'l' ICR RILEY
Here is another man from "out of town"
To learn our city ways he's mighty quick
He's from Sewiekley--plaee of high renown C91
And yet' he doesnt seein to he an "Hiek"!
Here is the lu-st lIlllSlK'l2lIl in our class,
She is at wizard at the gentle nrt,
VVhone'er she sings or plays, we're there en Nlussv.
Full many an teur will full when we must part.
IIA R RY ROBB
For shzune, Hurry, we fs-.ir that you are vain,
Dressed up like any A rrow Collar nd.
But we don't wire-NVe like you just the szune
l'l'en though you may rilIl'I'lllTlll to every fad.
"On with the dance!" is Rohhie's fz1v'rite eryg
He throws si wicked Charleston, you are right,
Xnd when the music stops he'll fulne and sigh,
Beside him other dancers are an sight.
ln every way our ,Xndy's stepping out
He has attained a place zunong our sheiks!
Now, Aindy, you must watch what you're about
Ur you'll get like the rest of those young freaks!
"Hr-llo! dem' folks, l love you all," she'll say
She means it, for she's evei-yhody's friend.
Her laugh rings Clear, and she is always guy.
XVe wish her luvk :md joy without an end.
A flash, a pause, and thc-n a hrilliant glarvw-
But -ltflllllllt' wore- the- 'suit with poise and 1-asv
And not IL thing' lavking in taste- lu-'ll wear-
King Sol was not array'd liks- "one of thesv.
Saul is as quiet as the we-ll known moust-
.Xnd ye-t hc-'s full of fun as hc- can hc.
His vurly hair murh vnvy doth arousvg
.K friend worth winning, we'll ziglw-e.
Again wc- haw a prim and well drm-ssc-d he-au
llis lim' app:-arunm' doth vommand rvsps-ct,
llv iSn't vain, l'm sure of that f?j llut 0
Sinrv hc' is handsome, what van we expcct!
This lmudsouu- youth who hails from Millvalc
Is vm-ry gifted on the violin,
But still hi-'s mods-st and dovs not look down
Un us who to his music listen in.
LEU SAM PSON
lli-'x just a hit of sunshine-smiling hrightg
lla-'s 4-vcr happy as the day is longg
For him who's full of pep from morn till night
liifi-'s hut u laugliing jokc or blissful song
M ll.Dltl'1D S.XSSl'l
Anothvr of thi- famous Gln-nshaw four
Shi- is pc-titv and so good looking, too.
Mil's only om--wc wish she could ha- mora-
Slu- lika-s a 4-urtain hoy-we wonder who?
VVILI .IA M SATZG HR
. is nnne
Of co' se gir s in e's fickle through und
Yet he"s the type who brings our school its fzune!
Nor 1 gn hr p 1 or ' ght can justice do
'lr i ' . 1 .
A NN A SC H A E FF li lt
Like Proserpine she's irresistible,
VVith dimples deep she lures boys to the snare
That she unknowingly sets. VVe love her well,
Cfiut those dimples, boys, oh, please bewarelj
G EURG li SCH E FFHI.
George is not fond of sp.-eeh, but when he talks
.Xll heaters stand and listen with respectg
VVit1hout :L doubt where'er in life he walks
He'll meet 'success and friends-so we suspect.
RUBE RT SCHLAG
Young Bob is interested in bees, I hear
I'n1 sure we can account for that fillll hzn!j
He's not an resident of Pittsburgh here,
But comes quite fresh from wild and green
, CHA lil,l'lS SCHMIIY1'
He never was 0lf'l'llllll'll given to speech
Nor does he often grant to us a smile
But on the violin, well not o'er-rcucll
To say he'll someday bent Kreisler il nlllel
HA li KY SCHNA L'Fl'lli
.X printer's devil is this silent boy,
For in this art he quite excels the rest.
And chemistry to lliln is also joy,
The cards lufs Illildf' for us are fur the best.
llc talks so fast, we hardly get it all.
'l'his lvloml youth with the pleasant l'Ulllll'Bl'lilIli'l'Q
lla- love-s u joke however it lrefullg
We- wish him muvh good luck-und some
"l'is she- who now lwzlrs Circ'f"s churuwtl cup
Ilut docs not turu thc- victim to an swine.
For 'twoulml he mm-un where she has halls- him sup.
Oh, 1-vm-r ks-cp this cluiriu that now is thiuv!
llc-holtl tlu- mein null mum- of young Seidel,
llv sur:-ly is in lunndsomc, msmly chap:
'l'lu' girls' approving glzmres on him dwell
'l'lu'y'll make him notice lhem some clay, uulylulpl
Small l'1'ggy is :iuothrr clark-hzlirvtl mzlicl
Wlufs :always gowue-cl iu very latest stylv.
WP know her lowly In-uuty m"f'r will fade-
'l'hos4- lilllglllllpl' 1-ya-s :intl that lrewitvhing smilv.
GI'Ill.XliD smox L ,,
Our Si's ilu' pvppivst of zlll tho lnoys
Ili-'s always kimlcliugg girls hc lows to tense!
'l'hvy ucv:-r umke him low his quiet poise
XX ith no om- IS lu' vvvr Ill ut 1-asv! yx, , I
Slu- mlm-s so muuy things its hnrcl to choosv-
Slw paints, :md llruws, :md mukcs sm "A" record
lf Rnphau-l via-cl, his fauna- hm-'xl sun-ly losv.
ill' lu-1' good dc-mls slu- lll'Vt'l' rays u word.
R L"1'lI SOLOMON
AX virtuous, gentle, modest, little lass,
So very good and true and innoeent-
One of the girls who lends charm to our class
An hour with her, we feel is time well spent.
DA VID SOM M l'l1tVIl,l.l'1
Ha-nds off! exelaims the great Diogenes.
'Tis said he'd like to live just like Thoreau
He wants to be a hermit one well sees
But yet--we ever of him fonder grow.
A l ,DA S l'll'1I.lVI l'lYl'lli
Of all the girls that we have ever known
There are always some we're sure to like the
Of whom we've ever daily fonder grown
And Alda's one we single from- the rest.
H A lt V l'l'l'TA S U 'l"l'ON
And here's to darling little Hiitrvette
Who, like a sunheam, gladdens all our hearts.
VVhat, frown! YVe've never seen' her do it yet,
For naught hut joy this little hnaid imparts.
Nl .X li U A ll ET S YV.-X N DE lt
Sweet: Peg is known to all of ns, I'm sure-
She's famous on the staff, in Girl Reservesg
Her fame will, after she is gone, endure,
For she ne'er from the path of duty swerves.
5 , - IVA SNVYERS
Iva's a lass we could not help but loveg
She sings as sweetly as a nightingale,
YNhei1 honors are passed out she'll rank above
The restg in later life she'll never fail.
Ui' jazz tunvs shi' will know tha' lntvst out'
Dm-nr lmlzl is so wry lllllSlK'illC
And whuu thi-rv is an kind dm-d to luv dont'
You'll find that lmln nvvvr "sinks i' the svuh-.'
It.-XLPII TOR RENCE
Frou: his gn-ut height hc sulilvs down upon IIS
And gc-ntlv tolcrmivm- is in his cyc.
llv's in-vc-r vross nor even dangerous.
'I'o all hc- gives an courteous reply.
KIM BALI. TRACY
'I'his lud ot' proniisc- with the clvcp lmss voive,
industrious unto the' nth cle-grvv.
W'ill some-day lnaikc- his vlnvss and svhool rcjoivc-
To lmvc known suvh u worthy hoy as he.
J M ES 'I' RK ISH
.Xh n r! hm- lids in sud and pvusive fzwv,
l" ' om' 'who hus ide-ails has food for thought
Wo ki rw 'that ' he future one might truce,
'I' 4' - rurc- ' -.mls will luring him what hc sought
.l r UU!
I :nn :issuri-d that lIlllSlt' is thc- fiolfl
X In whivh our ,Xl will rise to higrhcst fzunvg
fro ull his wond'rous playing has :ippvzilm-tl:
l'l'4-u now si high rvnown vxtols his uzuuc.
lt0lll'1lt'l' VAN lllilt YOUIH'
lla- works for low of nrt, :uid :nrt alone
For snrm-ly 'tis tha- misc in 1-vm-ry land
QNo otha-r rzuism- could inankc- onv skin and houcj
lln- works :around thc- stage--si nu-ro stugv luiud
MARY K.X'l'Hlf1ltINl'l VVAILACP
Her wond'rous sense of Innnor we admin
She"s most dependable in every way,
Of jollity s-he never seemi to tire,--
She'll surely be most prosperous Some da
Nh, herefs another verv famous blonde,
YVe love her more and more each day, ear'
Of her :1 eertain boy is very fond,-
VV1-ll, who eould help but love so sweet at flower?
JAX M HS Wl'1'l"l'.XClI
.X wild, wild, "Lion Tanner" is our Jim
.X inenrber of that awe-inspiring' band
VVho always takes the world by storm. xvltll Inn
Good faith and honor travel, hand in hand
1-ILIZA BETH VVHI'l'l-I
air and eyes of gentle blne
nt onee, I know, to everyone.
who exeel her are but very few,
or 'she will not an book or lesson shun.
.lust see the gentle smile that greets you
A very little girl. modest and nent.
.Xnd we, who know her best, think she's an dc xr
.Xml every one agrees that she is sweet.
. lll'lI,l'lN WINDllOliS'l'
Our 'WVindy' is ns fresh :is any breeze
A bubbling fonnt of never ending joy.
Her presence is like fragrant rustling leue
Her thoughts all centered on an eertnin UQ lu
Alum- thi- noisy crowd she-'s in-vm' lu-ard,
Ut' hor ulvilitv wc lmvv no fear'-
Shv knows thu- -wornfs vuught by tht' early luird
l'1:u'h niorn ut 8 o'r'lom-k you'll tind hc-r here.
Our quit-t fricml-thc King of "sorrm-ltopsf'
And more polite is he than Clicstz-rlia-ld.
llc- t'illllilS right on und up-he ne-ve-r stops-
Souu' day thc- soviul sm-ptrv hv will wirld.
MA lt'l'll.t XVl'ltD.U'K
"l'is said, "lim-uuty is truth, and truth, lwuuty,
.Knd that is so--thr puvt nt-vvr livs.
To lu- love-ly is Marthzfs nm' duty-
'l'o sniilf' from out hor vhangf-ful, :unhre eyes
In politivs this Ind will inukv his nmrk
For ha- is giftvd with :n silvm-r tonguv,
ln gc-tting .Vs ha- truly is an shsnrkg
And he- is ulwnys huhhling o'm-r with fun!
Swv:-l, til'lN'lltlili!l4', most loving Dot,
So unassuming, inode-st, yet so hright,
YK'h4-n we want sonivthing dons- "slw's on the spot,
VY4- know stu- studis-s hurd und lull' Q-uc'h night
A funny Ind-ho wx-urs tw "Y1'ng,4'r grin,"
tis one- fond tl'ilt'llf'I" luughingly has suidj
Not to think wx-ll uf hiul would ln' :I sin-
You su-0, hm-'s just niisvhia-vous, In-wi' had.
A LICE YOUNG
ln English there's no one she ean't excel,
In plays, in Lit. in clubs, committees, too,
In faet most everything she does too well,
Those who eould take her plaee are very few.
li D XY I N YO VNU
Though quiet, Edwin knows a thing or two
.Xnd only needs a ehanee to prove his worthg
For sueh a one there's always much to do,
He also loves good fun and jolly mirth.
NVQ- know that she and Dot are constant ehums,
A nicer pair you eouldn't wish to know,
How can we hear, when graduation comes
To see two of our nieest lassies go?
PA l'l.IN li ZrYlt'l'MA N
Ah. any person, if he looks, eould see
Bystfhat' mischievous, gay and jolly smile.
at Pauline is as merry as can he,
To find one like her you'd go many a mile.
MA RJORY ZA RTMA N
So Marjory's in love, they say engaged!
And everything is, "Now, George, this and that
ln Marjie's home, no duels will he staged
WVe're sure they'll never even have a spat.
EV ELYN COYNIG
This tall, blue-eyed brunette has charmed us all
She is a peach in more ways than in oneg
ln years to Come we fondly will reeall
How Ev amused us with her wit and fun,
.X hrown-eyed, durk-haired, pleasant little lass
We nu-et 4-neli duyg loud noise from her's no
Yet all her work and e-Wort shows in elass-
Slit' knows the :let speaks louder than the word
WVhen e'er we meet with startling great sueeess
ln Yolley Bull. to her we owe our thunksg
She's very skilled in this great geuneg I guess,
lu all zithleties she inost highly ranks!
K'l,.Klt6NCl:l KOS'l'EL:Y'L ' I
, 'J Awe
'l'his youth so tull with quite ll eonwly nie,
lt:-eeives an shoek oftimes ln Civies eluss,
When teueher eulls on Clurenee to'proel:1inl,
.Xnll finds hes gone to slulnherlund, alas.
lil ,IZA ll l'1'l'l I K Ni Yl"l'S
Ah, llettv well knows how to vsunp n hoV.
And, oh! llow she eun dnnee the Charleston
She wins the "mules" with smiles so sweet ant
Sln"s ulwuys planning lo have lots of fun.
Pray tell me why did ltuth go 'way out NVA-st?
'l'o he at "movie" stair in some big play?
Attrueted hy n film "sheik"?-I protest.
llul pslmw, in l'ittshurg,rh we wani ltuth to st:
llere is ai girl who's fine, :und good, and true,
As pleasant us she is industrious.
ller za-ul when there is :anything to do
l'rn-suges she will he illustrious.
STA NLEY HASEMA N
Wlmt would he do without his "darling pet?"
He could not live without it, 'tis well known
He's not a sentimental boy, and yet
He sure does love -his little saxophone!
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'f-hui the stately ships go on
To the-ir haven under the hill:
But U for the touch of a vanished hand,
And thc' sound of a voice that is stilllii
Conspivuous among tho boys of Alle-ghe-ny was
George McKnight. For evvryone he had a smile, a
kind word, and a he-lping hand. ln his studies George
ranked high. H0 was ambitious, e-nergetiv, and faith-
ful, always on the- lookout to bv of help: in favt, it
was his habit to be useful. HP was among the first
to sm' what ought to be done and equally quick in
doing it. A memory such as G0orge's is to bc- cherish-
4-dg for "brit-f, brave, and glorious was his young
THE H H00
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ALLEGHENY HIGH SCHOOL, PITTSBURGH, PA. JUNE, 1926
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MR. Imssnxnnnnx' MR. Bl.Am:sl,l:r:
Another semester gone! Another milestone passed! And it has been a
good journey for most of us. We have arrived at a place where expectations
run high and where we are inclined to speak of our careers and prospects.
True, we have had our disappointments, our rebuffs, our failuresg but who has
not? The Wah Hoo feels that it has had a fortunate semester: the staff has
been a very efficient and faithful oneg the faculty advisers have given un-
sparingly of their time and talentg the student body and the faculty have co-
operated most zealouslyg the business men have encouraged us by giving their
supportg the publication has been recognized at home and abroad as a first
class magazine. Of course, we do not wish to make it appear as if we had
reached our goal and that there is nothing left that could be done: the con-
tributions have not been as representative as we expected, we were prone to
follow the beaten path: we have not pleased all whom we hoped.
The Class of 1926, which is in great measure responsible for the Wah
Hoo of the past semester, is to be congratulated for leaving such a heritage to
the new rulers, the members of the Class of l9261A3. The editor wishes for
the new class no better staff, no betters advisers, not better student backing
than that which he has received. It is with regret, yet with good wishes that
he hands to his fortunate successor, his favorite student activity, the Wah Hoo.
Wah Hoo. V
CUMMENCEMENT - OF WHAT?
It is a significant fact that we speak of the events which mark the com-
pletion of our educational course as "Commencement," ln doing so, we em-
phasize the fact that education is not an end in itself, but rather a preparation
for life. Our life plans, no matter how praiseworthy they may be, will be of
no avail unless they have the backing of a firm resolution to dare and to
carry out. Education makes us strong physically, morally, and intellectually.
It substitutes devotion to the interest of others where selfishness once pre-
vailed. Real life ibegins with graduation, when the student leaves the realms
of books and cnters into the world of men and affairs, which will immediately
challenge him to apply his learning. In going out from this institution, may
we look for the greater and nobler things of life, may we not only seo the
opportunities confronting us, but also make use of them, may we be filled
with the spirit of service and thus enrich not only our own lives but also
those of others.
We've had a bonnie, merry time,
Eien tho' it has been sma'
And noo we sigh for auld lang syne,
Because we're going awai.
'Tis just like leavin' ane's ane mither
Sae sair tae part us twa
Like A. H. S. we'll find nae ither
We would na gang a'wa'.
'Tis oop tae every mon and lassie
Tae sleek him and be bra,
When he's no feelin' fine an' bonnie
We'll make the best oi gang awa'.
--Mary M cK ittrick.
THE ILLUSTRIOUS TWENTY-SIXES
Listen, my children, and you shall hear
Of our 'lustrious bunch and how we got here:
'Twas the first of September in twenty-three
They greeted us then as "Little Fresh-ie,"
As we tripped through the halls of dear A. H. S.
fWe then thought all Seniors were such a messj
Uur hearts quaked with fear at the thought of 12-A's,
Ah! they were the bane of our green, youthful days.
But our fears disappeared in the course of the siege,
When for our great class we created prestige,
And advanced to the realm of ethereal Sophs,
As we gulped down our knowledge in Bacchian quaffs.
Then unto the realm of the Juniors we sped.
Upon noblest of wisdom we lavishly fed,
With the finest of teachers and principal, too,
To guide our poor footsteps unerringly through.
At last with celestial and unequalled glory
fAnd you must believe this-it is a true storyj.
We mounted the heights of divine Seniorhood,
Wherein we all did what was proper and good.
We made nothing but A's and did nothing unwary
Making Sammie our President and Edna secretary.
1We let Louie Buran, who is handsome and cute,
Collect all our dues+well, he got a new suitl.
Our teachers they loved us and Mr. Smith feared
That such genius as ours would ne'er more be reared,
And Mr. McClure vowed his chuckle'd be gone
We feared that this face would get pallid and wan.
We let Johnnie take pictures and declared them a fright
And Editor William to guide Wah Hoo right.
We used all advantages giv'n by the school,
And always would practice the great Golden Rule.
Yes, everyone loved us, both students and teachers.
We gave good advice, hut never were preachers.
We kept the halls clean and never hooked classes.
And went to the show when Miss Howe gave us passes.
We had a great time and we're sorry to leave-
But the future holds still greater things to achieve.
We leave all behind us with tears and with sorrow
We know not what life will hold for us tomorrow
But right here we promise wherever we go
A. H. S. can be proud of us-we,ll make her so.
-Gwendolyn Dapline F itzgerald, E D
THE Cl-IQSEN TWELVE
By vote of the Seniors, the twelve students whose biographies are given
below were selected as those having made some notable contribution to the
Class of 1926. Nor are these the only ones that have helped to make the
history of '26 such a glorious one. Many a quiet, unpretentious melnber of
the class has, by his silent influence, his willingness to serve in any capacity,
his perseverance, added much that has perhaps passed by unseen by the mul-
titude, but that has been recorded in the mind and 'heart of some classmate,
whose life is richer and fuller because of such a contact.
HAIL T0 THE CHIEF!
Hail! Caesar of Caesars, Sultan of Sultans, Napoleon of Bony Parts,
Sheik of Sheiks. We, who are about to graduate salute you, Arrow collar man,
tailor's model, Stetsonis envy! That naughty twinkle in your blue eyes, those
well kept creases where creases should 'be, those colorful neckties, those fault-
less, wrinkleless socks, all combine to make you the cynosure of our fair dam-
sels. We cnvy you, 0 mighty suzerain, but in our hearts there is no rancor.
You have stolen the hearts of our girls, you have captured our honors and
accomplishments, yet we cannot but admire you. We realize our unimport-
ance and insignificance-but, someday, we hope to be able to emulate your
magnificent exemplary qualities. Readers, we have purposely avoided telling
you the name of this gentleman, in the hope that you may find enjoyment
in guessing his identity. We will give you just one hint-his initials are
Samuel Joseph Carver.
WILLIAM FRANCIS SATZGER, JR.
Heap big chief of Ye W'ah Hoo! Him make much noise. Head papoose
Das Deutsches Verein, Imperial Czar of Student Council, one time Chief Es-
cort of La Belle Secretaire, and High Mogul of 307! Spent years as innocent
papoose at St. Marv's Academy where he served successfully as chief of police.
As a young buck, he ramped through Latimer and now, as full grown brave,
he rules as Grand Shah in the hearts of his classmates! To our big Wah Hoo
Chief-Good wishes and Farewell! The Gratitude of the Class of 1926 to him
who made our Wampum Record what it is!
Here we have one of the most distinguished citizens of Allegheny, Mr.
LeRoy ,l. Cruener of the commonwealth of 312. As business manager of the
Wah Hoo, stage manager, and leading character in the Senior Play, he has
given Allegheny the best that was in him. He is also chief standard bearer
of the Washington Party, but perhaps that isn't his fault, after all. Judge
from his motto, "Free the Phillipines, but clap every Lincolnite into the de-
tention roomf' With grave mien and superior dignity, he stalks supreme in
the halls of A. H. S. At odd moments, ta smile cracks the ice and diffuses the
surrounding atmosphere with a gleaming light like the sun peeping from be-
hind wind-blown clouds. Here's success to him! Long may he live in the
memories of his present schoolmates and teachers!
J. PIERPONT BURAN
Louis Buran, Esquire, is our class financier, keeper of our shekels, i. e.,
he is our class Treasurer. Louie, who was consigned from Perry to Allegheny
via Latimer, is a tall living specimen of Klean Kut Klassy Klosefitting Klose,
direct from Fashion Park. Lou not only attracts the girls by his looks and
sartorial effects, but by his incomparable banjo playing--he is a member of
Gil Lee's famous Lion Tamers, and no social would be complete without him.
Buran is Secretary of the Commonwealth in the Washington Sr Lincoln elec-
tion and has also been Treasurer of the illustrious class of 1926 for the past
two semesters. Not content with his laurels in social and political circles,
Louie has been quite eminent athletically, having been Assistant Manager of
the foot ball team. Lou has made himself prominent, as one can readily see
from the above, in many branches of school activities and has left a record for
ambitious underclassmen to strive to attain.
Morry's what we class as a big success. jovial, handsome, likable, and
-ah-cute. Three years ago Esman left the halls of Latimer, along with a
great many other handsome chaps and took up his abode at Allegheny. Since
then he has evoluted from a meek apple-faced iboy into a regular Sheik Harem
el Scarem. I don't mean to say that he has wasted all his time on the frivolous
girls, for he has attained something worth-while. During his short stay at
A. H. S., Morry has won his varsity letter in swimming and football, he has
served as president of the Boosters Club and has been one of the instigators
of the private prom. Last but not least, Morris has a skin you'd love to touch.
MARGARET E. HOPFER
On November 9, 1908, in a small house in the district of Manchester,
Margaret Elizabeth Hopfer first opened her blue eyes and saw the light of
day. The first years of her life passed very happily in Manchesterg then,
when Peggy was four years old, the family moved to Emsworth. Two years
later, Peggy started to school, where her athletic tendency soon made itself
felt. During her last year at Emsworth she played on the school volley-ball
team. During this time, however, she had not been neglecting her studies.
When the time came for her to graduate from the Emsworth Public School,
Margaret won first honors.
At Latimer, her athletic and scholastic record was also high. She was a
member of three varsity teams: Swimming, Basketball, and Volleyball, and
received a letfter in each.
lt wasat Allegheny, however, that. the career of this rising young athlete
attained its greatest brilliancy. As soon as she was eligible, she was invited to
join the Leaders Club, where she soon made an enviiafble record for herself,
not only as an athlete, but also as a charming girl. Since then, she has played
on every girls' team: Swimming, Basketball, Volleyball, and Track, and won
nine letters. She was awarded the title of best Basketball side-center in
Pittsburgh, and also best all-round athlete. This season, she was elected cap-
tain of the Girls' Volleyball Team.
Many athletes are athletes only, but Peggy is not only an all-round ath-
lete, and an all-round girl, but she is also ta good student. Her name has con-
sistently appeared on the Honor Roll during her school career, when she
graduates in June, Allegheny will lose one of her finest girls.
Richard Lerach has an enviable record in the history of Allegheny High
School. He is commonly known as the "long drink of water," probably be-
cause of his membership on the swimming team for two years. He was very
active during his year's sojourn at Latimer, but when he entered Allegheny
he sought much higher stars to which .he might hitch his cartg he immediately
became an active member of the class of 1926. In his ll-A semester he was
placed on the constitutional committee and outdid Marshall as an interpreter
of dubious clauses in that meat class paper. He is a member of a fashionable
French club, Le Cercle Francaise, fhe speaks French, as well as Englishl.
Monsieur Lerach is noted for his literary style, and has contributed frequently
to the nat-ionally famous school paper known as the "Wah Hoo." ln fact he
has risen to a coveted place on the staff itself, namely Assistant Business
Manager to his highness, LeRoy Gruener. Dick is the president of Literary
Society, but alas! much too modest for the position he holds. However, he
is quite a favorite with the girls. You needn't tell anyone, fSome girl in
particular-?b "Take him all in all, we shall not see his like again."
ln the Matz Palace situated on the beautiful and famous Promenade de
W atson, Teressa Wylma favored the world with her advent. She was an uu-
usual child-even her family agreed in this--and began her study of Blackstone,
Hugo, De Quincey, Burke, and Emerson at the tender age of two. Her fond
parents carefully guarded her youthful steps that they might not stray into the
Abyss of Ignorance, which care was, of course, very necessary, considering
her frivolous tendency of mind. From the beginning, she shuddered at all
commonplace things and reached up for the sublime and aesthetic. Also her
passion for poetry was unsurpassed and she devoured Keats, Browning, and
Yvordsworth with gusto. Her contribution to English in the way of themes,
poems, essays, etc., are beyond human comprehension. When she began her
high school career, she wrought genuine havoc-in fact, the scarcity of "A's"
is still extant, as every one has realized. She was graduated from Perry Uni-
versity of Elementary Learning with her Freshman degree. Since then she
has risen to the honorary position of Senior in Le Premier Ecole. She tri-
umphantly carried off most of the honors of the '26 class and was graduated
Valedictorian. Allegheny truly mourns her loss, but looks forward with hope-
ful, joyful anticipation to her foster child's glowing future.
EDWIN ANDERSON MAWHINNEY
Allow me to present General Edwin Anderson Mawhinney W. P. A.
nl do not mean Women's Party Advocate, but West Point Academy.l Mr.
Mawhinney -hails from the land of fresh air and mountain goats, Fineview,
and is a living example to prove that Nunnery Hill is not quite as had as we
are prone to think it. During his stay in Allegheny High School, Edwin with
great hon-or served as president of the Hi-Y Club, and secretary of School
Notes on the "Wah Hoo"g he boosted with the Boosters, Parlez Vouzed with
the French Clubg earned his letter in football, escorted a blond from 202 to
numerous social functions, and best of all, reported in 307. Besides carrying
the heaviest schedule in A. H. S. tjust six solidsl, he veritably eats up all tests,
such as Annapolis, West Point, Civic Club, State, etc., etc. A remarkable Vik-
ing is our blond blue-eyed hero. Match him if you can!
Monsieur .lohn McElderry, le garcon, was born on the North Side just
seventeen years ago. He attended McNaugher Institute, from which he gradu-
ated, with great eclat, in June, 1922, along with other such brilliant men as
Lerachkand Yeager. He next entered Latimer Academy where he was for-
tunate enough to report in room 402. From said Academy, with the bless-
ings of the faculty, land their heart-felt reliefj he passed on to enter the portals
of A. H. S. At Allegheny his true greatness shone forth, his eminent talent
and ability were exploited, he became president of Room 111, president of
the French Club, member of the Champion Tennis team of 1925, and as a
fitting climax to culminate t1his meteoric career-Class Photographer of the
beaming class of 1926. He is long, and lean, and likable, and has a scholar-
ship record which might be envied by even his brilliant friend, Bob Van der
Voort - what more need be said?
Don't you know Dick Miller? lf not, you had better wake up. Wllere
have you been all this term? Why, he represented Allegheny in the Oratorical
Contest. And let me tell you, he was a credit to Allegheny. His speech was one
of the best given. He had the fire and enthusiasm to get his ideas across.
No kidding, l never felt so patriotic and pro-.leffersonian in all my life. Hels
an honor student, too! He was president of my English Class once, and he
surely knows his stuff. And Oh, how he can act! It just comes natural to
him, I suppose. If he's not a second John Barrymore some day, 1 miss my
guess. And best of all, he's awfully good looking. You know the kind: blue
eyes, blond, curly hair, and a smile that makes shivers run up and down your
back. If you can find a better representative of 1926, 1 should like to be shown.
EDNA M. POOR
The only thing that's poor about Edna is her name. ln all else she is
rich: rich in brains, in talents, in charm, in character. She has proved a most
efficient and industrious secretary for the Wah Hoo Stall' of 1926. Besides
doing this work exceptionally well, Edna has found time to be the class sec-
retary, vice-president of the Leaders Club, program chairman of the Student
Council, and to attain a perfect HA" record. She was, before her numerous
duties demanded t-oo much of her time, president of thaft notable room of
brilliant girls, 204. May many more such Poor girls grace the halls of A.H.S.!
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MY NAME IS
Carl Abinantl ,,.,,,.,,. ,,,,.,,,
Wllliam Agey ,.,,,,,,,
John Antonoplos ,...............
George Atkins ,,.,,,,,
Ye Roster of Rogues
MY HOBBY IS
1s-t seat, 1st row.,
bossin' jobs .......
the violin .,.,,,,
James Bain ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, baseball ,,,,..,,,4A,,,,,,.,
Ora Mae Baker .,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,
Richard Ballintine ,.,,..,,.,,..
Charles Baltzer ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,
Clyde Barnett .,,,,.,,,, ,,.,,.,,
Jennie Barr ,,,,,,,,
Walter Beall ,,,,,,,,,
Florence Bollen ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,.
'Mary Brant ,... .....................
Regina Bravender ,.,,,,,,,A,,,,
Esther Brooks ,.,,,,,,
Fredlerlck Brown ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,
Ana Claire Buerkle. ,,,,,,,,, ..
Dorothy Bulford ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Louis Buran ,,,,,......
Edward Busch ,,,.,,
Charles Camp .,,,,.,,,, ,.,,,,,,
Edith Campbell ...,..
Earl Carlson ............ ...... . .
Clara Carothers ....... ....... ,
James Carson .......
Lois Carter ........
Samuel Carver ..,...... ........
Charlotte Clever ..,... ,...... ,
Lena Cohen ...........
Rose Cohen .............. .......
James Coleman ......
William Collyer ....... ........
Evelyn 'Coyne ........
Ethel Creese ......
Doris Davis ...........
George Demas ........
Edgar Dempsey ......
Harry Diller .........
Myron Dunn .......
Jane Elliott ........
Wooda Elliott ........
Jane 'Erwin .............
Charles Eplscopo ............... .
Morris Esman .......... ........
Campe Euwer .......
Francis Fischer ....... ....... ,
Florence Flsher ....... ...... . .
Adelle Fisholl .......
William Freeauf ...... ....... .
Vlvilore Frlzzel ......
Edna Fulton ............ ...,....
Marie Gable ........,...............
R-lchard Gaertner .........,.....
Charles Gallagher ..............
John Gallwltz .......... ........
William. Glass .......
an auto ........... .......... .......
radio. ...... ...,................... .......
annoying teachers ........
t'he Aldine ..................
Latin and French ...... ....,,.
Lange trucks ..........
Flight WOI'k ..............................
thinking deep thoughts ....,..,
a perfect attendance record..
basketball .........................,,.,., ,
collecting class idues
football ...............,....... . .-,,.- ,
keeping quiet ..... ' ..
being a P. G .....
music ......................,... .......
the national pastime ............,.
hiking ............................ ....
the pigskin ........
1919 Dodge .......
good times ..............
being sarcastic .......
dsoing nothing ......
I-Ieinz's 57 ......
Jokes ........................... .......
"The Llon Tamers"
blushing ..................... .......
reading "Skippy" .....
radio. ........ ,..............
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study periods ' lf?
the 8:45 bell. ig
final themes f f
Shakespeare , Q,
the dentistfs office 'aJ,
Hattie A '
driving an auto
Sewlckl-ey at night
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candy ' -A '
sh ebas f
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lack of money , 'Lf'
girls . .gf
Myron Dunn? ,
Class meeting ffl
window sills A
the 3:45 bell AL
P. R. R.
Engl-ish . 3
sitting -one out
Sunday evening f
lack of books
night work ,
doing something Y
a doctor's office
answering dumb questions ' ,
being fat A
flirting s A
MY NAME IS
Louise Gottwals .,,,., ,,,,,..
Lois Gould ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Mary Graebing ,,,,,,,
Erank Graham ,,,...
Ralph Groetzinger ,,,,,,, .,,,,
Gladys Gross ,,,,,.....
LeRoy Gruener ,,,,,4,,,, ,,,,, 1
Margaret Gunther ,,,,,,,4,,.,,,
Doris Harpole ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
Dorothy Harris .,,,,
John Havekotte ,,..
Virginia Hecht ,,,,,,,
Lavma Henderson ,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,
Ruth Herman ,,,,,..
Margaret Henpell ,,..
Margaret Heyman ,e,,,,,,,-,,,,
Lelah Hoffman ,,,,,..
William Hoge .,,,.....
Henry Holusha ,,,,,,,
Margaret Hopfer ,,,,
John H-onst ,,,,,,,,,,,,.
G-ladys iHu1"lst.on ,.,,.
James Jackson ,,,,...
Mary Anna Jfohnst-on ........
Helen Jones ........................
Riiehard Jones ....................
Ethel Jordan ..... , ................
Grace Kalklhof ....................
Dorothy Kaitftelmann ..........
Nox Kehew .........................
Paul Keller ......... .
Alice Kinghorn ....
Clara Kllnker ............ ......
Elizabeth Knott-s ....... ......
Kathryn Ko-ch ..... .
Francis Kress .......... ......
Carl Kurtz ............
Jacque LaBel-le .....
Ruth Lane ...........
Helen Lang ....,.....
Elva. Langworthy ...... .....l
Herbert Laughner ..,...........
Mary Lalwson ........., ......
George Lecky .......
Glllbert Lee ............. .....
Ri c h ard Lerach ....... ......
.Ralph Le-wins ......,. .
Malrly Lezik ............... ......
Marie Lingenhall ....... ......
Marion Louden .......... ......
Robert MacAlister ............. 4
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M Y HOBBY IS
MY PET AVERSION IS
'teaching love-making ...... irrinoise
combing my hair ........
DeMolay pin ..........,..
seeing Virginia ..,..
washing dishes ......
teasing :girls ........
skating .......... ............
entertaining him .,....
J. H ................,.......
combing my hair .,.,.
wallking with? .......,....
pliaymg lball ....,...................,...
sitting 'on a park
playing center ...,............
eating in Spanish .....
horse back niding .....
being merry ....,........
Fineview street cars...
courting .................. ........
the works of "Anon ....
staging an act ..........
pounding the keys ......
travel ...................... . ....... ....,.
chewing gum, .................... ..,..
talking to Fran-cis! K ..........
kidding Helen Jones
artists and battles ......
a pipe ................. ,............ .,......
California .A............................. .
Franklin-ing with Bells ....... ,
SWI-I'I1iI1'11Hg .................... ............
ice cream, ......
tests ............... .
.being late ..........
making A's ......
ice skating .............
washing dishes ......
taking them out
'walking home alone
working at night
fourth period .
college entrance talks
arguing in class meetings
,soap and water
being away from 204
setting up exercises
sleeping in lit.
figs or dates
MY NAME IS
MY HOBBY IS
Helen M1alcGreg-or .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Scotland ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.
Elizabeth 1McDonia.ld ,,,,,.,,,
Elva .M'c1Caslan-d .......
Marian ,MscOlaln ........
Guy McCracken .........
Girl 'Resie rves ,,,,,,,,
.makung up ,,,,,,,,,,
Augusta McCut'cheon ......... cleaning up ,.,,,,.,
John M,cElderry ,,,,,,,,
Lloyd' McKinney ,,.....
Mary McKlttrlck ,,,,,,,
George lNI1oPherson ,,,,,.,,,,,,
Wailter Mall ,,,,,,.,,.,,,,
Sue Manning ....l.....
'Dees 'Matz ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,
Hattie May .......,...,....
Edwin Maw-hinney ,,,,
Ed-ith Meyer ,,,,,,,,,.,
Ruth :Meyer ,,,,,4,,,,.,
H owand IM oonfey
Stella Nielly. ,,,,,,,
Pauline Niekum ,.,.....
Halen one .......... '
Howard Pannler ,,,....
John Pas ,............ ,......
Ruth Patch .........................
.oil 'painting .........
,flashy -cars ,,,.,,,
,making speeches ,.......
.soles to the A1'd7iiiESfff... ffffff
MY PET AYERSION IS
fffjffciass or 19253
writing verses for 12-A's
.that certain party .,..... ....,, , walking home
,swimming ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
....,..c1hasing the president millionaires'
.sewing in English ,,.,,. ,,.,,, r ed letter days
,short trousers ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
.the 3 R's .....................
ridwing the Harmony ...... ...... T rig
Charles 'Pfelfer .,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,, jump a buck ,,,,,,,,,,,,
William lPenn'ell ,,,,,,,
Mary Peterson ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,
Evelyn Pfelfer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Frederick Pfllschner ,,,,,,,,,
Edna Poor .............,...
Rose Quattrochi ,,,,.,,
Mary Quinn ............
Margaret Rawi-e ,.,.,,.,
Walter 'Beagle ,,,.,,,.
Ch-ester Reefer ,,,,,,.
Fred Rei-ser ............
Henry Renter .,.,,,,,,,,,
Sylvia Richardson .....
Alfred Riddle ,...........
Chester lRiley ,,,,,,,,,
Isabelle Rink ,,,,,.,,,,
Hlarry Robb ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Robert :Robinson ,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,
Andrew Rodgers ,,,,,,,
John Rooney ......................
Sawl Rosenbloom ,,....
J oseph -Sach noi! ,,,,,,,,
William Saller ,,,,,,,
Leo Sampson ,,,,......
Mil-dred ISasse ............
William Sa-tzger ,,,,,,,,
Anna Schaffer ,,,,,,,,,,,
George Schelfel ,,.,,,,,
Robert Sdhlag ,,,,,,,,
Charles Schmidt ,,,....
Harry Sehnaufer ,,,,,,,
,Sun-day night dates ,.,,,,, ,,,,, .
.dancing ........................ .....
swimlminfg .................... ......
old' boy friends
.track ........,.,,............. ..,.., K . P.
leaving school at 3:45
.,,,,,,Engllshu,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,4,,,,tof live
.......Drug Store,................. working Sunday nights
,,,,,,sleeping in Englishwn .umstaylng in
teasing Miss Heck ...... ......
.being a hayseed ,,,,.,,
.A. H. S. ,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,.
.grooming myself., U
.my fiddlie ,,.................
.feeding 'bees ,,,,,,,,
socking everybody ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, .
Rodgers Dep't. Store
getting to school on time
bothering Miss Hazlewood
DIY NAME IS
MY HOBBY IS
Fred .Schoerner .,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,, . Deutsoli ,,.,,4-,,,,,
Edzwairidw lSJewid-el ,,,Y,-,R,,
Margaret Shiska ,,,,,,,,
Gerard Simon ,,.,,..,
Rebecca. Singer -,,,,.
Ruth Solomon ,,,,,,4-.,
David' Sommerville ,,,,,A
Allda Spielmeyer ,,,,
Phillip Straka .,,,,,,
Harvetta Sutton ,,,,,.,
Iva Slwyers, ,,,.,,,,,,,,, w
Lelia. Tappe ,,,-,,-,-,,,,,
Ralph 'Torrence ,,...
Kimrblall Tracy ,,,4,,,,,
James 'Trosh ,-,,,,,,,,,A,
Oliver building ,,,,..
MY PET AYERSION IS
sleeping' .in German
,studying for tests
,,,,,,.Sltop'pinig sho1't,.,,,,,, ,umchewinlg C?J
,, ,,,,,, reaiding .,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,, ,.A,,. W ork
,,,,,,,,,.nighIt school,,,,,,,,,,m,,,,w --U-f9.Zl11ESS
,,o,,4.,,,,,,mia.king noise in 3120.0 w.,,Beaver Falls
,, ,.,,,, Gllenshaw .,,,,,w, ,,,.,,vw . H ,,7., commuting
,,,,4,r1d1ng Z1 ford,,,,,mi,,,,
,sleeping in Chemistry
calendar in 307
Albert Vande-rgriiift ,,,,,,,,,..,, playing the piano ,w.,,,,, ,,-,,, t hemeis
Riober Van der Voort ,,,A..,,., wising up ,,,,.Y..,,,,,,,,,, V,,,,, d ancing
C. Fred. Wahl ,,,,,,,,,,,,Av,,., A.H.S.,N.'S. ,v.-,,,,,.,,,,w A7,,,, l ack of a dilplolma
M. K. Walllace ,,,.,,,,,,,, A,,V., t alkin-g ,w,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,A,, , getting C79 stout
Lucille Weisz lw.,,,,,A, .,..,4 t alking to Fred R ..,V A,,V ,to be interrupted
James Wettach ,,,,w,,, Aw.,.4 S axonburg .,,,,.,,,,,A,,,,A ,AA4,, e xerting myself
Elizabeth White .,,,,, ,,,.w, C hewing gum ,,7.,.,,, ,,.,,, s tudyring
Veronica Wild ,,.,,,,,7 ,,,,V. t alking .to ? ..,,,, ...,,. w ork
Marion Williams ,,,w,,, ,,,7, 2 04 ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,7 , publicity
Helen Wlndshors-t ,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,
William Woods ,.,,,,,,..
Martha Wurdack ,,.7,,w
John Yankura ,,,,,.,,,
Dorothy Yianlt ,,,,,,,,.,
Herbert Yeager ,,,,,.,
Alice Y-oung ,.,,..,..,
Edwin Young ,,,,,,,,
Gladys Young ,.,.,..,.,
Marjorie Zartmfan ,,,.
Pauline Zartman ,-A,,,
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Last Will and Testament
We, the ,lunc Class of 1926 of Allegheny High School, of the City of
Pittsburgh, of the County of Allegheny, of the State of Pennsylvania, of the
United States of America, realizing our condition of mind and body, and the
transient, unstable estate of all mankind, do hereby make, publish, and declare
this OUR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT.
Section 1. The said class bequeaths to the Senior B's its ability to excel
in all things, from chewing gum invisifbly and procuring Hall Permits to pro-
ducing celebrities and winning contests.
Section 2. Said class bequeaths to the 12-B's the inspiring, marvelous,
and unique example which has made 1926 the cynosure of all eyes.
Section 3. Said Class bequeaths to 12-B's its ability to hold harmonious
and inspiring class meetings. '
Section 4. Said Class bequeaths to all future members of O. E. classes
the care and ownership of its mascot, one "Lancelot," a mouse having its
dwelling place under the cupboard in the auditorium, and does enjoin upon
said 0. E. classes the duty of feeding twice daily said "Lancelot" with peanuts,
bread crumbs, apple cores, and watermelon seeds, and also the duty of safe-
guarding in every way the health of above mentioned mascot.
Section 1. To the entire student 'body and to posterity in general, the
departing class bequeaths the privilege of occupying an .addition or new build-
ing, which in the future shall become a part of Allegheny High School.
Section 2. Said class gives to future athletes its permission to obtain and
use an athletic field.
Section 3. Said class bequeaths one dime, recently dropped in the
Section 4. Senior girls of the,above class leave to their less fair sisters
all mirrors to be found plentifully scattered in Senior Report Rooms.
Section 5. Said class bequeaths all unclaimed articles in the Lost and
Found drawer in thc office to be sold at public auction, the proceeds to be
used in the purchase of one weeping willow tree to be planted in front of the
school in memory of all the departed wisdom taken from A. H. S. by the
Class of 1926.
Section 1. To the Perrysville Street Car line the said class leaves the
numerous cubic feet of space required by it each morning and afternoon in
going to and from school.
Section 2. To the uninitiated we leave one well-beaten path to the
door of Burry's Establishment on Arch Street.
Section 1. Room 111 leaves to its successors, its ability to contain
beautiful lassies and handsome lads. Also it leaves its advantageous location,
which permits it to be dismissed in advance of all other rooms.
Section 2. Room 204 leaves to its future inmates it scholastic ability,
its cooperative spirit, its exemplary deportment, its monopoly of girls holding
responsible positions in school activities, and its beloved Miss Hazlett.
Section 3. Room 301 bequeaths its sociable atmosphere and its ability
to make noise in spite of the fact that it possesses only four girls.
Section 4. Room 312 leaves its ability to enroll star commercial students
and outstanding persons such as the Class President, the Wah Hoo and Stage
Manager, and the Champion Orator.
Section 5. Room 307 leaves its reputation for pep, initiative, versatil-
ity, leadership, and the well-deserved name of the "Highroads of A.H.S."
Also it bequeaths its large and well covered bulletin board to the fortunate
incoming 3077s. Also one Editor-in-Chief to the fortunate college that gets him.
To the Cafeteria we leave apologies for all broken dishes, spilled soup,
and muttered threats against the service.
Section 1. To our teachers we leave all final themes and examination
papers, also divers text books, also one lbarrel of violet ink each, and one blue
pencil each. In addition to these we leave them enlightened by our acquaint-
ance and their association with us.
Section 2. To Mr. Smith we bequeath one carload of yellow slips to
be freely distributed, and one thigh silk hat to be worn while making his next
Section 3. To the school library we leave marks of affection on all
books used, and sufficient funds to provide for the purchase of several volumes
of Bedtime Stories.
Section 4. To one L. G. Hole, chemistry instructor, we bequeath one
quart of perfume to be used in neutralizing the odors of the laboratory.
AND, we do hereby constitute and appoint Mr. D. D. Lessenberry to be
the Executor of this our last WILL AND TESTAMENT. ln witness whereof
the June Class of 1926, the testators above named, have hereunto subscribed
our name and affixed our seal, the 15th day of June in the year of our Lord
one thousand nine hundred and twenty-six.
DH A Nl A'I'ItI RI'IYIl'1NX'
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Nill'l'l5 tlllll Pllllllllilll' llle' frivtion of tlle' past se'nle'ste'r. 'l'lle're' ll1lVt' lle'e'll se'e'lle-s
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10lIl"t" we-nt to vall Ull a yllllllg lalely lwllo is ill private' life' known as Wlis
' ' ' ' ' " aele' Ulll' Spilll'S HlliYt'l'Z illlll tlle're' we're' palltolllinle's.f
I,UI'Ulll4'1I lle'tze'll. 'lille' lliF1'llSHi0llS llllll l'e'e'itatiolls ill l,it are' also a 'Hill
ol' tlle' elralllzltie' work. .VX 1liSl'llSHlUll or re'e'iteltioll. lllllllglll 0lilt'll looke'el for
arel to witll fvar Llllll trvllllllillg. givvs Ylllllilllll' training to tlle' spe'ake'r: it
'il4'lll'H llilll to fare' illl allelie'lle'e'. 'lille' Ollt'-ill'l plays are' plvasallt to re'e'all
llle' lllIl'g1lkIl'. llii lialle'e'. llllll tlle' loving young lll1lI'I'it'll couple' ill. "N llillt 'lio
llriele's." we're' illllllilllg- rlilll' wzlf 'Ullill Ullillw ill "Fre'lle'll willlllblll -X Wlastvr'
as graspvel at. ill llll' prove'rllial lll'UW'IllIlg lllilll llllll straw lilltilllllll, was ve'l'y
lIll4'l'liliIllIlg. -a'spe'e'ially to tllose' of lli wllo worry illllllll lillitl lllarks ill Fl'4'Ill'lI
'lille' llll't'1' olle'-ae't plavs givvn llllele'r lllt' elllspie'e's of llll' Uirl llt'Sl'I'Yt'
wvre' ol' ll vvry lliglll orele'r. 'lille' lIlll'I'lll4ll'. 'At tlle' Wlovivs' was l't'1llly flllllly
lille' fat Illilll witll llll' pae'kage's Ull tlle' aisle' se'at. tlle' two fl2lplN'l'S. llllll tlle
little' lle'll-pe'e'ke'el llllillilllll witll llis wife: lwllo. W'llll all re'spe'e't to lltt'lll
le'lllillele'el IIS lllorl' or loss ol' lllltt illlll jvllil. still re'e'all a slllile'.
You will remember the servants in Arthur Wing Pinero's 4'The Plav-
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goers, and will not forget The Odd Man, his 4 list o dootles, and his Gale
ma'am,-think of wind" which resulted in his being called "Typhoon."
There are some lines from the Valiant which l am sure we will not
forget for a long time. That speech of Josephine Paris, - '4Good night.
Good night. Parting is such sweet sorrow that I will say good night 'till to-
morrow," is very fine, and seems just as appropriate here as in 6'Romeo and
Juliet." We can still hear those eight lines which the writers gave to James
Dyke, the prisoner, and we feel, had his mother and sister heard them thev
would have forgiven anything that he had done. Those words make us feel
too that his crime was certainly not without provocation. 6'The valiant never
tasteth death but once. The valiant-never tasteth death-but once."
"Disraeli," by Louis N. Parker is an excellent character sketch of a man
who did much for England. The scenes from the first and third acts were
done by.an excellent caste.
THE SENIOR PLAY
The Senior Play Committee announces as the play for the Class of
1926. "The Goose Hangs High," by Lewis Beach. '4The Goose Hangs High"
is clean comedy and has been produced successfully on the professional and the
amateur stage. Underneath its comedy, the play has a solidness which will stand
the wear and tear of many performances. Our generation is getting more
than its share of UNOW when I was a boy,,' uln my younger daysf, and '61 was
never allowed to do thatf, While all these criticisms are being turned on the
younger generation, it is refreshing to read "The Goose Hangs High," and
see the way it applies to our generation. The cast for thc Senior play is
good, and they will not fail to get everything out of the play that the writer put
Bernard Iugals ...,,,...,,.,,,,.,.....,.........,.,.,.,,,....., LeRoy Gruener
Eunice lngals ..,,,.,......... .........,,,...,..,,,,,.......,........,.. L ois Gould
Noel Derby .....,...... .............. R otbert Van der Voort
Leo Day .....,..,...,,,,...... .....,...,.,..,,,........,..,, M orris Esman
Rhoda ......,,....,,,........,..,,,,,, .,......,,....,....... R uth Meyer
julia Murdock ....,.,,,, ,Dorothea Hetzel
Hugh Ingals ......,...,....,,,... ,,.......... R ichard Miller
Ronald Murdock ....,,,,...,, .....,....,.... ,l ames Carson
Lois lngals ..,,....,,,,......,.,., .,,.....,.... E velyn Pfeifer
Bradley Ingals .....r..,, .,,,,.,......,....... N ox Kehew
Dagmar Carroll ...,,,.
Elliott Kimberley ........,, ,,,,.,....
SENIOR l,l'l'l+IRAliY S1 DCIETY
Prvsillvllt Ril'Ilill'll IA'l'il1'll
Yivv l'r1'si4l4'nl Hurry l:lN'lIl'ilIl
S1-1-rn-tary Suv xlklllllillg
IL-all lkln-r H1-nry Ra-ulvr
President .,,.,.....,.....,.. .,...........,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,, A 1 ice Ley
Vice President ...........,.....A... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, E dna Pggr
Secretary-Treasurer A,AA,,,..,,, ,,,....,, H elen MacGregor
Social Chairman ,,,,,..... ,,,,,,A,,,,,, S ue lwanning
Program Chairman ,,,. A .i,...., ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , UEdna Poor
Sargeant-At-Arms ....,,.... ,,,,..,..,., TN Iargaret Hgpfer
Miss ,lean McCracken, Miss Maude Rowley,
Miss Sonia Ladolf.
Leaders Club was originally formed as an athletic clu.b. During recent
semesters, girls who have represented Allegheny in such a way as to show
real leadership have become members. This semester the club has been
especially fortunate in the excellent speakers that they have had. Many an
inspiring and instructive message has been given to the girls.
Tllli SI?-XNISII lIl,l'H
'l'lu- re-vurul ol' ilu- Sll1llllSll 1-lulr lllis sa-nu-stvr is mu' llull its nwmln-rs
am- ull prmul ol. 'l'lu- vlulr 0I':L2lIllZl'1l snnu-wlmt Inu- in ilu- sm-nu-slvr Inn
llliQ sliul lllll lllllllt'I' llu'ir pi-p or prugra-ss all ull. lvll4ll'l' llu' l0il1lt'l'SlllIl ol. Nliss
lilulalln-. llu- nu-mlu'rQ ol' Ilu- vlulb lluw' 1-njuyml lllillly lllll'I'1'SllllQI prugrzuns
pri--vnu-ul 1-illu-r by llu- nu-mlu-rs nr by 0lll5llll' spvalke-l's. 'I'lux sa-niurs in ilu-
:-lulr un- rum' saying. "auliof." lm! llu'y lvalva' llu-ir N'lSlll'S for gmul luvlx mul
-lim-ws In llu- lIll1lt'l'1'liliSlllt'll wlur will curry on ilu' work ul' tlu- 1-lull.
I,l'l'SllIl'lll RVQIIIIZI lgl'2lYl'Il1l1'l'
Yin- l'r1-si4le-nt lfvvlyil Coylu'
S1-4-rvlury-'l'r4-usllrvl' l'lv4'lyn ljfvillic-r
President ......,,,,, ,AAAA,, ,....A..,... E d win Mawhinney
Vice President.. .,,Y,,,,,, ......,,,,,, R ichard McGrew
Secretary .....,,,,,,,,,. ..,,,,,,,.. R ichard Lerach
Treasurer ,.,, ...,...... .,.......,, J a mes Trosh
The Allegheny Hi-Y Club is the original Hi-Y club of Western Penn-
sylvania. It was organized by several of the prominent members of the class
of 1912 in cooperation with the officials of the Y. Nl. C. A. The club today is
composed of the leaders in the various school activities. The purpose of
the club is Hto create, maintain, and extend, throughout the school and com-
munity, high standards of Christian livingf, The Hi-Y club was, is, and al-
ways will be, an organization for good fellows, by good fellows, and of good
G0 T0 COLLEGE CLUB 1926
'IIllN'I'5 of' tln- Go To Collegv Club strivv to:
Look to tllv mul
Lmul in svrvivc'
Give the best
Ever lnukv lifo more- large and bountiful
isle-nt Mary Brant
President ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,., ,, ,,,,,, Nlorris Esman
Vice President ,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,,YWilli3IH Agey
Secretary .....,,.AA ..., .AA..A...,,, E m met Campbell
Treasurer .,,,,,.,, , ,,,,,,,, George Demas
The Boosters Club organized this semester under the leadership of
Coaches Atkinson and Springer and Mr. Hole. The charter members of the
club were the letter men in the different sports. The purpose of the organi-
zation is to insure sufficient support to all school activities in general and to
athletics in particular. The Boosters Club has awakened the old Allegheny
spirit in the student body.
JUNIOR AND SENIUH MATH CLUBS
The Senior anal .Innior Math Clubs were organized by Wir Chl incl 1 l
Miss Kistlvr respectively. The purpose of the clubs in common is to irc ite
enthusiasm in mathematics by offering to their members interesting phasu of
the- subject which cannot be vonsiflervcl in the class room.
Tlu'.oHi4'e-rs of the Senior Math Clnb are:
'ers of the
,I nnior M nth Club
ulent ,,,,, . ,,.., ..
...George C. Lecky
. .... Edna Fulton
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
Le Cercle Francais s'est concoque regulierenlent le mercrefii, tous les
quinze jours. Nos programmes ont toujours ete interessants, composes comme
ils Fetaient, de chants, de nouvelles de la France, de solos du piano, et pres-
que toupours diune petite piece dramatique, comme 6'La Cigale et la Fourmif,
"Les Deux Pecheisf' et une pantomime prise do uLa Belle-Nivernaisef, Apres
le progranlnic o na joue des jeux justqlfa la fin de Pheure, et un jour on a fait
un Concours mforthographe. Un clloeur de jeunes filles, sous la direction de
Mllo. Solberg a cllante de la musique speciale.
Les eleves qui ont eu au Ill0iIlS le francais III sont invites de devenir
membres du ccrcle.
Presidente ,,,,,. , , ,,,,,, ..i, NI . John McElderry
Vice Presidente, , Mlle. Mary McKittrick
Secretaire ,,,,,.... . W, ,..,.,i...i,,....i. Mile. Sarah Davey
Tresorieru. ,.,, .,..., M . Robert Van der Voort
'I'llI'I STI 'IJICYI'-Ii HPR ESl'IN'l'A'I'l Y li CHI ' NCI li.
Pr:-sielviit Yvilliauu Sutzgvr
Yin- l're-sinlvut Francis Fisvhvr
Svvrvtury Lois AHPII
'flu' Stmivnl-Fau'ulty R1-prvsc-ututivc' Council wus rvorguuizvcl in Febru-
ary. 1923. it is 4'0l'Illl0St'li of twe-my-four rvport room 1'c-prc'sc-lltzitivvs :uni five'
'l'ht- group is iliviflf-al into sa-vvrnl vommittn-vs :mil mu-h wprvsviitutivv
works in our of tht-so groups. Tlu- homc' room program t'0lIlllliHl'l' has fur-
nish:-sl suggvstious for wvvkly mm-tings: the puhlivity committvc- has trivd to
ke-vp thc- hullc-tin hoard up-to-dutv amd has also svrurvsi an poster ou which
all 4-lulr eiutn-s mm hc' svlu-cililn-sl: the- zissc-ulhiy vonuuittm' is striving to im-
prove- rlmpvl programs: tht- svvrvturial couuuittf-v has kvpt on tile- all vhlh
uvtivitivs whirll mm hc- usn-cl for future- ruff-reiivffsz the thrift vommittvc' has
hoostc-el tht- thrift vulupuigu. in whivh Allvgllvily is fast illl'N'1lSillg. The'
Couurii fm-l that they IIRIYI' prospvrvci grvutly this svnwstvr uuli wish to thunk
the- sturla-ut hocly for the-ir coops-ration.
Vice President ,,,,,,,ee,
A RT CLUB
ss mEdward Carroll
The purpose of this organization is to obtain freedom in art for those
who are proficient in art, and intend to use this knowledge in after life
JUNIUR LITERARY SOCIETY
The Junior Literary Society of Allegheny High School is a new organi-
zation this semester. The society meets every otller Monday with Miss Harper
us sponsor. With the cooperation of all the members, the society has pre-
sented some excellent programs this semester.
President ,,...,, ,.... ,.,..... P l lyllis Allen
Vive President , ,, , ,.,, Ellen Banks
Secretary ,,... ,.,...,. ,..,,...., E 4 ina Grote
DEB ATING CLI' B
President , ,,,, , ,Howard Mooney
Vice President A,,.. .. ,.,, ,,,,, R llflliifll McGraw
Secretary-Treasurer .,,,,, A ,,,, Virginia Hecht
This semester we have g0llf? one step farther ill our desire for all IIIICY-
scholastic Debating Team. A tealll, lllade up of the best debaters ill the club,
debated with the Illgllt school, and the contest was lllllffell very exciting. The
elllb is PIldCilVOI'lllg to promote illl interest ill debating, and to learn the
principles of good argument. The debates are always interesting: Hllil much
is learned from lllClll. aside from the actual practice ill debating.
'l'lll'l .ll NIUR W.-Nll H00 STAFF
ll:-rv the-v uw-'ftlu' junior nn-mln-rs ol' ilu- stuff. who lmw- In-Ipod to
lnnlu- ilu- Wah lloo what it is thi- so-lin-sivr. 'flu-y haue' worlwel fuithfnllw
anal ll4'!-l'l'Y4' I4-ailing positions on thc' nvw stuff for nvxl svlllvstf-l'. Ui' vour
you want lo nu-4-I lln-ln: lrvnv livin. lrvnv Wvviss. Holm-rt B4-in-l. 'IYIIOIIILIS Can
son. Uliu-r Uurrity. Rim-lmral Ylvllrc-w, annl Hivhurd Hodge-rs.
The above picture, taken by the Camera Club, gives a partial View of
Allegheny High School and its U5 campus.
President .A.............. ..A.........,,. L ydia Bohm
Vice President ,,,...,....,, ...... ,.At,... J e well De Pre
Secretary ....,,At.t P ..,.,,..... Thelma Bruce
Sponsor .,.,,,.....t Miss Beighel
12-A CLA SS OFFICE RS
Vive President ,
,, ,,,,,, Henry Renter
I rr-'I 'urn-r
President . .. ..,., ,,,, R obvrt He-in
Vive President ,,,,,, . ,..,.,, ...Edward Carroll
Secretary .... . .Mary Muusch
Tl'CllilII'6l' . . Joseph Carroll
Organilcd-March 1, 1926.
Purpose-Better acquaintance with Roman life, customs, religion, education,
literature, influence, government, laws.
Vice President-Lloyd Daugherty-P. G.
Chairman Program Committee-Domicelli Willis.
Eligibility-Any pupil studying Latin who desires a wider knowledge of Home
and her people.
The Naturalists Club of Allegheny High School meets every Monday,
fifth period, in Room 411. Out-door hikes and field trips as well as museum
trips ure part of its program.
The officers are:
President .,,...,....... ............. A lice Spangler, 309
Vice President ............, ........,.., H enry Schmunck, 4-11
Secretary-Treasurer ......,......,..., Marian Anderson, 309
The club welcomes into membership all those who share its active in-
terest in the Uut-of-Doors.
I know now how a little seed must feel
To wake and find that it's become a treeg
Or how the dawn, asleeping, wakes to see
The daylight and its cares upon her steal:
Or how a little brook with dreams unreal
Would start to find itself adrift at sea
And wish in vain that it might turn and flee
Back to the past its memories reveal.
Just so I wake from childhood's heedless days
To find I hold a life within my power,
To make a thing of value--or to kill.
1 know not what I face or by what ways
I'll learn of it, or how 1'll spend my dower.
1 only know 1've hope, and dreams, and will.
This is a picture of 'a0ur Literary Society." And what has it been doing
during the past semester? Everything! To give you an idea of a typical
meeting, I shall quote from the minutes of the society from April 30, 1926,
the day the above picture was taken.
The meeting was called to order and the minutes of the previous meet-
ing were read and approved. For the first time in the history of the society
a picture of all the members was taken. After this a play, ulfrcnch Without
a Master", was given. The cast was as follows:
Interpreter-J ohn Havekotte
Monsieur Chanoine Malherbe-Louis Buran'
Mme. Seraphine Chanoine Malherhe-Tess Matz
Gerald Forsythe-Henry Reuter.
Police Sergeant-Lloyd McKinney
The scene is laid in Gainsborough Hotel, London. The music of the pro-
gram was given by the girls' quartet consisting of Iva Sywers, Margaret Herpel,
Dorothy Kattleman, and Virginia Hecht, accompanied by Isabel Rink. Adelle
Fisholf read the journal and the meeting was adjourned.
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'WIN GOHA RN
' WHERE' our: ATHLET1C.:'F?1ELD"j
HAY rss . A '
Valley Ball Tea rn
REVIEW UF THE YEAR
During the past year Allegheny did not produce any champions-hip
teams, but had a creditable tf'illIl to represent the school in all branches of
sports. We finished second in the basketball league: first in our section of
the city league, in swimmingg second in volley ballg and third place in
baseball, so that you may see we gave the other schools which won champion-
ships a hard race to win.
During the past season the teams have been receiving poor support from
both the students and faculty. If we had more loyal support from these
people, it would help encourage the boys on the teams, who play hard for the
glory of the school. Some students say Allegheny does not have the Illiliiaflillg
perhaps this is somewhat true. Wle do not have the broad field from which
to ft-lt-t-t nmtt-riul that wt- nst-tl to hant'. on ut't'ount of an nninht-r ol' nt-is high
svhoola hnilt in tht' last ltws ytutrs. l,t'l'l'y zintl Ulivvr. two nvw svhools on tht-
Yorth Sitltu Inuit- tnkt-n at lnnnht-r ol' stutlvnts from .-Xllt'ght'ny. lit-lorv l,aniglt-y
lligh St-hool was lnlilt. tt llllIlllH'l' ol' ftntlvnts front tht' Vllt-st lfntl. liratlittni. Shvri-
tlatn. :intl nvurhy tlistrirts zittt'ntlt'tl ,Nllt'ght'ny. lint. ul'tt'r l.zlnglt'y wus huilt all
tht-rv ftntlt-nts xsvnt to l,zinglt-y. You twin sm- why .'xllt'gllt'lIy nsvtl to lun-tt non-
tlt'rl'nl l1'tlllli1 ,Nllt-gllt-liyis oltl tinlt' tvznns lnattt'rit1l is split into thrt't' or font'
tlillt-rt-nt tt-urns. lnmgint' llllilltg tht- ht-st pluyt-rs from tht- svhools ntt'ntiont-tl
:Intl putting lllt'lll on tht- stunt' lvann to rt'prt'st'nt ont' school. Yon wonltl haut-
an ull-stair ttwnnl Stunt' pt-oplt' 4'0IlllHll'l' St'ht'nlt-y with ,-Xllt-ght-ny. 'l'llt'y'
lorgt-t that 'xlll'QLllK'lly has only 900 stutlt-nts to tlruw front. whilt- St'ht'nlt'y hu.-
llfillll to tlratw from lior tht'ir tt-anns.
VM- also nt-t-tl at nt'w gfyllllltlillllll atntl aithlvtit' tit-ltl: pvrhaips sonit' tlaiy
ut- will rt-ulizv this tnnhition. 'llht' plans wvrt- tlruwn for an 'K-l :LyllllltlSllllll
untl atthlt-lit' lit-ltl to ht- 1'0llSll'lll'l4'1l on xltllllllllvlll llill. atntl wvrt' put into tht-
hnntlf ol' tht- high olliviztls sonit- tiint- ilgll. hut as yvt ut' lialvt- hvzlrtl nothing
ut ull in rt-gurtl to tlwst- plains. NYln'tlit'r wt' gt't our nt'w tnltlvtit- lit'ltl or not.
lt-I ns lat- lovul to our arhool alntl support tht- tt'unlS1 so :is to 1'Ill'Ulll'LlQ1t' tht-
plaiyvrs. l,1'l'llklllS thvn wt- nutty ht' nlilt- lo protlut't- ht'ttt'r lvanns than wt' hun'
tnrnt-tl ont tlnring tht' pzlft yvatr.
BOYS' BASE BALI, TEAM
NMAY DAY IN OLDE ENGLAND"
Look! Wfhat are those figures coming down the road?
The question startled 1116 and I turned and looked in the direction
mentioned. At first I could not believe my eyes, for there coming along blithe
and gay were Robin Hood and his Merry Men. I thought perhaps I had
been dreaming all my life and had just imagined that America had been dis-
covered and that I was living in that great free country. I had just begun
to imagine that this wasn't so and that I was in America, when along came a
merry group of dancers ready for the May Pole dance. I immediately re-
sumed my former idea and concluded that it was May Day in England.
My ideas, however, were soon shattered, for a friend came along and
told me that the Physical Education Department of Allegheny High School
was giving a Pageant that night and performers were dressed as they used to
dress in Olde England. As my interest was aroused, I bought a ticket and went
to see it. It was a true life picture of Old England. Wliile watching it, I
could hardly believe that it was a group of high school girls presenting a
pageant and not the real Olde Englanders at their annual May Day Celebration.
It was certainly a great successg the directors of Physical Education and all
who helped should be congratulated for getting the affair up and presenting
it in such a true manner. Everybody went away with a much clearer idea
of ye olde times in Merry England than they had had before they came.
GIRLS' BASKET BALL TEAM
Allegheny had a very good Girls Volley Ball Team this year, although
they were not ehampions. They defeated both Business and South Hills twice.
However, they were defeated by Oliver and Perry twice. The Hrst game wit.l1
Perry was very elose. Allegheny and Perry were evenly matched and fought
a hard game. lu the end Perry won by one point. In the second game,
however, Allegheny was defeated by a larger seore. They were not ahead
at any point in the game, although they played very good ball. The first game
with Uliver was fought to a tie, then Allegheny was defeated in the extra five
minute period by one point. Both teams played a wonderful game and de-
serve a great deal of eredit. ln the return game with Oliver, Allegheny let
down and allowed Oliver to get double the number of points that she got.
Although Allegheny did lose four games out of eight, it was a sueeessful season.
It is not always winning that Counts the most.
A MESSAGE FROM MR. FERREN
5525 Ash Street, Los Angeles, Calif.,
April 27th, 1926.
My dear Friend Larva:
As I have repeatedly been delinquent in answering sympathetic inquiries
of yours, it will not come amiss if I for once write to you a second time. I am
no longer living in San Diego. After a stay in that city of m-ore than six years
I decided to make a change. At first it seemed to me that Catalina would
prove to be the haven of rest of which I was so sorely in need. That beautiful
island with its minimum number of autos promised to afford the long desired
safety. Unfortunately I had reckoned without the host. In endeavoring to
escape the peril-namely the traffic-I ran straight into another. The awful
glare of the sunlight at Catalina had a tragical unforeseen eH'ect upon my
already weakened retina. Had I tarried there very long, there would have
been no eyesight left. Luckily I found a safe retreat here in the Highland
Park district of Los Angeles where I can stroll about for miles without
running into any dangerous streets. A sympathetic landlady and very dear
friends in my immediate neighborhood are enabling me to forget in a measure
'the setback which my eyes received on the island I had learned to love so well.
Several pupils of the famous Franklin High School are reading to me. One
of these is a dwarfed girl whose ambition is to become active in journalistic
capacity. Having these dear young folks come to me as readers keeps me in
touch with the present school generation and dispels the gloomy forebodings
of a possible complete loss of vision. The verdure all around me is so restful
to my weary eyes, and the fragrant roses which my kind lady puts regularly
into my room fill the air with a cheery brightness and fragrance.
Los Angeles offers many advantages which were not obtainable at San
Diego. There are many opportunities to hear interesting lectures as well as
fine concerts. The radio conditions in my vicinity are very good, and since
I am the fortunate owner of an extra good radio made for me by a bosom
friend of Commander Rodgers, I am never entirely alone even though I happen
sometimes to be the sole occupant of the house. This city has such an abund-
ance of sending stations offering excellent programs that one need not torture
oneis ears by listening to jangling jazz. Not far from where I live is the
Southwest Museum. Here free lectures are given about once a week. Next
Sunday there will be one on a most interesting subject which I expect to at-
tend. Though unable to do any reading, I try by every imaginable device to
keep my brain active. However, I have grown most unpretentious. So long
as I manage to behold the dust behind the caboose in the rear of the train of
progress, I feel comforted in a measure. -
Your sincere friend,
H. M. FERREN.
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Glorious sunlit hills and valleys
Spread invitingly before us.
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FORWARD EVER: BACKWARD NEVER
STANDS FOR MORALS HARD TO SEVER
111 AUTO RACE
JUDGE .,...v.,,.,........,..,.............,1.....Y,,ww,.1., . ....,,,.,.....................,.,......,.,............,..,... MISS PETTY
TIMEKEEPERS ........vw..111.1,1...,.,,,, ..... ...... ......,......... ......... M R ' B EACHLEY
TIRES-ll1Balloon Cords-filled with hot air.
HI TEST BRAIN GASOLINE-fthat good Gulfj
OLIVE OIL used exclusively.
Ford-rattles right along .............,......,.,,...................,..,........ ........... .I ames Wettach, PTQS-
Standard Speed Wagon fSix A'sj .......,............. ........... W illiam Freeallf, V--PT95
Hispana Suiza ,..........,.......................,......,.,.......,.... Ada G00dIIlHI1, S9Cy-
Rolls Royce Racer .,.....,..,,.......,....,..,.,......... ........... - NOX Kellew, TTBIIS-
Pontiac-Aldine Special ....,.................ww..... ........... C lyde Barnett
Pierce Arrow-Supreme in value ,,..,.....
Reo-Re! Of-In the spotlight ..i........
Chevrolet-Built for smiles .......,,..,...............
Davis-No hill this car can't climb .............
G. M. C. Truck-Delivers the goods ,..,,....
Marmon-Touring or detouring .............
Earl Special ,,,,.......,...........,.,,.,................,...,.......
Velie 6-Highest standard .......,,.,,..
,lordan Superior Six .,.....,.,,,........,....
Cunningham Speedo ......,......
Duzenberg Special ......,.....,.....,, ,,.....
Auburn Beauty ..................,.,,,.,....,,.,.....,,,..
Cleveland Six-Silent engine ,,.,,,....
Overland-First in service .....A..,,,...
Paige-Gardener-P. G .............,..,.....,.c.....
Peerless--Flawless, too.a ...,...........................
Nash-Guarantees a ride home ................,
Stutz Sport Model ................,.............,.,.........,...,...,....
Franklin-First in power, speed, etc .,,.,,......
Essex Super Eight ...........,........................,,,..,,,..,,A.....,.
Buick Sport Roadster .,.,.,....................................
Cadillac-fWally7s favoritel ....Y,.,.,AA,
Chrysler Imperial Eight ...................
Rickenbacher Special .......,,,,,..,....,..,,...,.........
Hupmobile Super Six ,...,,.,,,.,.........,,,...........,......
Locomobile Racer-Winning good ,......,....,
Kissell Six Speedster ..............................,..,,,.....,.
Liberty-Roon's Special ................,,,
Chandler Super Six ,,,,...,.,..,......
Studebaker Sport .,.............,,,,..
Lincoln Sport Phaeton ..,,,,.,,,,,.....
Packard Straight Eight .,,,.......,...,.,...
Oldsmobile-First in quality ..,,.,......
Hudson Super Eight .,,,,,.........,.,.........,...... Alda Spielmeyer
Gardener 6--Highest standard ,,,,........,,,,,,..,........ ,.... ,..., H a rvetta Sutton
Dodge Racer-Dodges girls .....,.....,,....,...,.,,..,.,..,.,......., David Sommerville
Jewett Roadster-Holds on to its own ..........,......... .,.,,..,,.. R obert Van der Voort
Willys Knight-A distinguished car .....,..........,,...,,,..,,.A.........., Veronica Wild
Case-On whom? Why George of course! ....,.........,.....,., Marjory Zartman
J. Allen A. Marie
D. Alles H. McCullough
W. Bergman F. McPartland
V. Boucek L. Morgan
C. Bowen E. Nyc
l. Brown W. Reiser
R. Burns Y. Romito
H. Campbell M. Ross
L. Clark W. Roth
J. Cohen E. Schweitzer
A. D'Alessio D. Shade
Room 1 1 2
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A. Firtko M. Small
G. Fisher C. Sproat
H. Gauss Tall'
G. Cerlach E. Throp
E. Gogley E. Tremcl
W. Irwin J. Walkzluskas
A. Jones W. Wllitling
E. Kennedy G. Woelful
I.. Koster J. Wyman
W. K1-egg E. Yingling
J, Mglrak E. Zilian
WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH 202?
THEY'RE ALL RIGHT! !
c'Lo" Allen Carmen Corriols uGinger" L0l'll1l
L'Peg" Becker Yrma De Bosserville "Tools" Ludwig
"Renee,' Bender Jewell Du Pre 4'Chieken" D. Miller
'LDOF' Beermann NEW' Eades Helen E. Miller
"Chick" Canada "Ruthie" Emmel 6'Peg', Mitchell
Helen Chlup "Eppie" Espe Emma Ott
,lane Crumay uKay" Hammill "Smallee" Smalstig
Olga Waroblak 6'Marce" Wratney
WHO'S ALL RIGHT?
2 0 2 ! !
"PHE LOVES OF 202"
Over Kelley, Gin is goofy.
Their talk near drives me oofy,
But then it's ul-Ielen dear!
,lust think! Kelly will be here,
With me to Lit He's gonna go,
But then, dear, youlllnot mind, I know.
fAnd I? Ah! Me! I set and bite my nails and spit and smile when l'm addressed
But in my mind, Oh! are they blessed?l
About Olga we are wondering
But she has visions of her own,
Of a cozy little kitchen in a cozy little home
And hereis another mystery,
Oh, could it really be?
My goodness! Dear! Oh Lorryl
It seems right now like Morryl
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Old Curiosity Shop .........,....,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,........... Peg lVlitchell,s desk
Twice Told Tales .......... , ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Helen Miller
Bleak House ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,., .,,,,,,.,...,,.....,.,...... T he Oilice
WIHVCTIY ......,............ .,.,. Ev Eades' hair
Vanity Fair ,,....,.....,.,...,.. ,......,.........,,., ,..,,,, T w 'o-O-Two
Black Tulips .................,.,., .....,...,.,. ...,,,. G i n LohIn's eyes
The Battle Ground ....,,,, ,......,.., T he school as a whole
to a group of young ladies having proper
qualifications: one large room, furnished
desks, blackboards, pencil Sharpeners, etc.,
and conveniently situated on the second
floor directly above the office.
The present tenants have agreed to
leave to worthy followers their:-
1. Scholastic ability
2. Athletic records
3. Poetical talent
4. Musical gifts
S. Beauty beyond description
8. School spirit-1007?
This room will be vacant June 223
possession September 7, 1926.
Those interested apply to:
ROOM 204, A. H. S.
The Keeper of the Flock
F alry Tales
Leadlng Men of the Movles
Lxfe IH the Bushes
Intrlcacnes of the Dance
Man of a Hundred Loves
The Ham Actor
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Advantages of the Dally Do7en
The Boy from St Vincent s
Euls of the Saxophone
The C1 ooked Cue
Nlght Llfe e.,,,,,sr., ,
The Hlgh Mark eeeeeeese
Asleep ln the Pew ees,e
The Artlst s Model ..e..
Asleep at the Wheel ..,..,es
Poslng for Collar Ads eeo..,s
The Buggy Rlde ...,..eeeeee
Nlore Jokes eeeeeee.
Her Father ......eeeeee.... ..
Frltz Krexsler and I ..r.....
Llfe of a Mlsslonary ,eee.,.., ..,.e B B
Evils of the Wlcked Cltywleoo
The Sllent Man - ....ee.,e,.. -,
The Speed Demon ,e......
The Country Malden ..,.e so
- History of Scotland weee,. ,...
Modern Millvale w,,......
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CELEBRITIES OF 208
1st in class
Manages the teams
Lets nothing get by him
Huck Cochran ttttt - --Charms the air with music
Nate Cohen -- ttttt,t ------The Cartoonist
Ray Doerge - tttttt Keeps the magazine stand
Dan Dotterweich tttt -- tttttt The Amphibean
Gus Carish ittt..ittttt -- itttt The banker
Oliver Garrity-----E ------The artist
Hen Geiselhart tttt -The epicure
Fred Gigler ttttttt,,tt tttt The druggist
Dick Iseman ,ttttt Atttttt. A quiet lad
Anthony Ciovengo -- ttttt -The broker
Cudda Keller tt..tttt .ttt -Vice-Boss
Ken Kelly ,.tttttt ttt. The night owl
Fil Junek c...tttt... ...,.. T he slim one
Pete Krueck ,ttttt - -- tttt Collects the cash
Mat Lascher -- ttttt ttttt. T he machinist
Dick McGrew - tttt tttt Speed King
Rip Masur tttt - ,tttCt,. The explorer
Bill Meisinger CCCCC ---The high liver
Fred Michel--- ----- ------ The vocalist
Bob Patterson ---- ------ - --The calligraphist
Bob Pattison -- ------ Big boss
Ed Macecevic -- ---- Makes 'em study
Bill Oschman ---- - - ---- Drink mixer
Teddy Bronk ------ ---- The scholar
Chink Reed ----- - ---- - ----The athlete
Earl Schnebel ---- ------The musician
Ray Schoepf ---- ------ K eeper of records
Al Sloan -------- - ----- The brainy one
Les. Strauss ---- ------ A lias: "Red" Grange
John Suelzle--- ---- ---- The optimist
Smiles Walker ----- ------ T he trumpeter
Ed. White -----------
Eugene Yolton ------
Bill Zeigenhein ------
Ray Zimmerman --
tall one ,
R. E. BLAKESLEE -------- The Teacher
W. Victor Foltz
President -------- THOMAS BERNHART
Vice President - - - - ALPIJONSO FAZIO
Secretary --------- OTTO HABERLAND
Report Teacher - - - MISS M. A. PORTER
Lady Customer Lat corner grocery store, very much in a hurryh-Quickly
please, give me a large mouse trap, I want to catch the bus.
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We imagine that at Mr. Forhan's estate four out of five of the bushes
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"I seem to have run out of gas," he said, and muttered to himself, "Here's
I do some fast workf'
The girl's face, 'small and white, was turned up to' his, her eyes glow
ing dizzily from beneath heavy lids. Her head swam. Her red lips were
parted, and she sighed faintly.
Why not? He was her dentist.
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WALTER C. MAI.I.
RICHARD W. MILLER
MARTHA I-I. McCUI.I.OUGI'I
M. BERNICE NIZINSKI
FREDERICK I.. PFISCHNER
ROSE C. QUATTROCHI
CHESTER C. REEFER
JOSEPHINE I.. ROHI.EDER
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THE 50 AND 7 VARITIES
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1. C-arl Abinanti ,,,,,.,, l..,,,,,,,,,,,- D on Carlos
2. Bi-ll Agey ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, . The Long and Lean of it
3. Geo. Antonoplos ,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,, P rize Booster
4. John Anltonfoplos ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,., T he 3-0-7 Linguist
5 Rich. Balllintine ,,,, ,,A,A, T he 'M-an from the Sticks
6 Fred. Brown .,,,,,,, .,,AA,, A Perfect Attendance Record.s
7. Lou Buran ,.,,,,.,,, ,,.,,,, A Mai+den's Prayer
8. Charles Clamp ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, . Just a Drug Store Cowboy
9. Earl -Carllson ,.,,,rr,,, ,,,,,,, B uy an Ad, Mister
10. Jlames Coleman ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1, J. P. Morgan of 307
11. IMylron Dunn ,,,,r,r,,4 ,r.4, Q Ukelele Yoldeler
1'2. WoodalEllliot ,,4,,4,.,,,, U1 ,,,, I Dodge 'em
13. Charley Elpisrcopo ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, H arold Lloyd
14. Charles Gallagher ,,,,,, ,,,r,,, R educing Down to a Ton
15. Ohester'Gasparin ,,,,,, .,,,,,, A spirin' to be a Prince
16. Wm. Glass ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,.,,, R adio Bug
17. Stan Haslemlan ,.r-,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, S axophone Agonizer
18 Johnny lHave.kotte ,,,,,, ,,,.,4, T he Stages -the Thing
19. Walter Havelkotte ,.,.,,, ,,,,,, . fx Sopl1omore's Romeo
120 Henry Holusha ,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,, F ineview Fairy
21. Johln Horst ,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,, K Ach -du Lieber!
22 James Jackson ,,,,,, ,,,,,4. S ociety Brand
23. Paul Keller .,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, O ur Pie "Trainer"
24. Francis Kress ,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,. ,,,,,,, X Art for Art's Sake
25. Herb Laiughner ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,Y,, ,Four-Square
26. Art Lauterblauch tP.G.J ,,,,,,,., . Our Fri-tz Kreisler
27. Harrold: Lange 4,,,,,4,,.,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,, The Music Master
28. Gil Lee ,,,,,-,,,,r,,,,,,4,,,,.,,,. ,,,,,. H onor t?J Student
29. Di-ck Lerach ,,,,,,,, .,,,A., A mbridge Bound
30. Ralph Lewis ,.,.,,,,,, ..,,.A- O ur Midget Prodigy
31 Bob .M'acAl.ister ,,,,,,,, Westminster Abbot
3-2. Francis Mang-old ,,,,,, ,,,,, , Pharmaceutical Expert
33. Ed Mawhinney ,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,4 H elpful Ed
34. Howard Mooney ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , The Delblater
35. John Pas ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, .,.,,, , Our Dutch Farmer
36 William Pennelll ,,,,,, ,,,."Wes'twaird the Course of Empire
37 Walter Reagle ,,,,,, ,,,,,, K lose Klip Kutter
38. Fred Reiser ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, A ll Girls are Alike to Me
39 Ches. Riley r,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, S ewickley Swain
40. Chuck R-obertson ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , Rushing the Straw H-at Season
41. Andy Rodgers r,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , Friendly an-d Ofbliging
42 Joe Sachnoff ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, T he Fashion Plate
43. Lee Sampson ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, F ineview Giant
44. Wm. Satzger .,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,., ,,,,,, O ur Busy Bill, President 307
45. Robert Schlfag ,,,,,,.,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .The Keeper of the Bees
56. Jerry Simon ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,.,,,,, When I was a Neofphyte
47 Jack 'Thompson CP.G.J ,,,.,,,,,,, .Still Waters' Run Deep
48 Jim Trosh .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,,,, My Heart's in Ingomar!
49. Al Va-ndiergrift ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, P aderewski II
50. Johnny Yankura ,,,,,, ,-,,,,,,,,,, . A Walking Library
1. Jennie Barr ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, O h. Mr. Fixelgll
2. Dot Bulford ,,,,,,,,.,, .,,,,,,,, . Doc""
3. C-lara Carothers ,,,.,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,, C larinet! I
fi. Charlotte Clever ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,. Always with Stan
5. Donrothy Harris ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,, :Minding Her Business
6. Catherine Lewis tP.G.J ,,,,,,,,,,, Dot's Friend
7 Sue Manning ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dick, Ah!!
ELMER BERTGES ----- Pres. GEORGE LASCHER - - - V.-Pres
RUTH CAMPBELL ------ Sec. ALICE LEY ------ - - Treas
407 SONG SHOP
Lonesome, That's All .w,......,..,.......Lw.LLL,,w,w,,,,
Roll 'Em, Girls ......,...,,.....,,..,...,,,...,,.,,,,,,,,, ,LA,., ,,,,A,,,,A, ,,,.,,,,,,,,
I Wonder What's Become of Sally .....,. .. ......,.... .,
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Able s Irish Rose ....,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,L,AA,,,,,,,,,,,,,
LCVS Talk About My Sweetie ............
Show Me The Way to go Home ....,, ...,.. .......,,,,.,
Small Town Man ..,,, ,,,,,,,,l.,.,,,,..,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,A
Want A Little Lovin'.,
Wimmin A-A-Ah ..........,,
Lovin' Sam .,...........,.................,,..,...............,,.,.,,., . . ............. Sam Lehman
Who? ..............,....,......,... ...,.....,........,.,..,....................,, , ,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,.,, A l ice Ley
Gimme Little Kiss, Will You, Huh ? ,,,,,l,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, John Merry
Collegiate ,...,......,.,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,, H ,,,, A ,4,, ,,,A, , H
Thanks for the Buggy Ride ,,..........,
All Alone ,............,,.,..,rrA...,. .,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,
Falling Arches .......,,,.........................,...,...,,.,,... ..,.,,...,. ....,.,,.....
l'm Gonna let the Bumble Bee Be ,,,,,,,.l., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, B ee Riley
Vagabond King .... .,,................,,,,,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,A..,.,,,,,,.
Drifting and Dreaming ......,,.......,rr...,,.r..,,, ,,.,.,r,,..,.,...,.....,...,,.
When a Blond makes up her mind to
do you .....
Don't Wake Me Up Let Me Dream .............,..,.............
That Certain Party ..........,.............,.....,........
Clap Hands Here Comes Charlie ...... .A
l'm Sltting On Top of the World... ........... ,r....... .
Barnyard Blues ,...,... ................,,....,................ . L .
Poor Papa .........
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Repairing Washing E? Polishing Gas E-2' Oil
NORTH SIDE PAIGE - JEWETT CO.
NEW AND Goon USED CARS
210-212 W. Ohio St., North Side
Phone Fairfax 1166
"For Your Savings"
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO.
516 FEDERAL STREET
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent "Open Saturday Nights
Ed Mawhinney-Wihat do you think of my argument?
Satzger-Sound, most certainly sound.
Mawhinney-And what else?
Satzger-Nothing else-Merely sound.
"Are you busy tonight?" asked the very young and exceedingly good
looking English professor.
"Oh, no, Pm not,', gushed the fair' young one, with visions of a date
floating before her eyes.
"Then I'd advise you to correct your back themes and hand them In
tomorrow," was the disappointing reply.
VYIIQ-re the Students Meet
ARUH k WEST OHIU STRPZIYPS
Parker and Schaeffer
Films Printed and Developed
SAMUEL J. CARVER g
Smoked Meats, Etc.
Stall No. 58 Diamond Market
The Student's Preference
Young Fellows M5011 B l u e S u it S
.lust come in and see them. Then
you'll know why so many High 'Extra Pants
School boys come to "The Helpszl 70 Maifh Sluts
Yourself Sf0l'!',, for their clothing
, "THE I'IELP YOURSELF STOREH
W O L F S 531 PENN AVENUE, PITTSBURGH
wve 'DAWVQQN ee co'
ii Utealdsmtekllnrqyages 3
603-5 W. Diamond St., N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. Fairfax 6304
The man stood on the stage and asked for some bread and the curtain
maine down with a role.
The 12-B Class Night Social was the biggest social event this semesterg
we eongratulate them in their achievement.
The diving classes in 403 have been stopped as all the springing boards
have been replaced by good solid floor.
"THE NORTH SIDE BUSINESS SCHOOL"
Offers the facilities of the
to those who want a Business Training Course at a most convenient location
during morning hours, and at Reduced Sutnnner School Rates.
Spm-vial efforts lllilil? to assist grafluutes learn Shorthnntl unll Typewriting
for use in college classrooms.
Choir-0 of Gregg or Spvnverian Shorthand
l'l' CAN BE DONE in the Summer School
Call Fairfax 1312 North Avenue fNvar Fvdvralj
0. B. Hughes, Manage-r
Of all the sad surprises
The-re's nothing to compare,
Witli ll'l'LlfllIlg in the darkness
On a step that isn't there.
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Gil-I say, olal man, can't you take a joke?
Jas. Wcttavh--Sure, where do you want to go?
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,lack 'llhompson-Glafl to see you back in school again this quarter. Wlult
are you taking?
lioh IVlvl.-liiverything wot ain't nailed flown.
Yankura IsarcastivallyI-You'fl he at ll0llll' in Lontlon.
Yankura-You're usecl to being in a fog.
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Farmer-Be this the W0lllkllt,S exchange?
Farmer-Be ye the WOlllHIl?'
FllFlllPf-W0ll5 then, I- think- l'llA keep- Maggie.
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
GRADUATES OF ALLEGHENY HIGH SCHOOL
A distinction of which you may justly feel proud
' AFTER GRADUATION
fvrl ' Gxyz-:sfo Will you be ready to step out to take '
your place among the fashionahly dressed,
whether it be at church, at a social gather-
ny ing, or in the style promenade?
' If it is a new suit, a new coat, or a new v-4.-
dress that is needed, you are sure to find
it here, and at a price that will please you.
Should it he gloves, stockings, handker-
chiefs, jewelry, a handbag, or anyone of
the needed accessories which play such an
important part in 0ne's attire, it is certain
, E that you will find in these vast stocks, just
ii ' what you want, and at a price to suit you. E.
f I The breath of Spring and Summer per-
a ll nieates the whole store. Displays were " vel,
I 5 never more attractive, nor have prices for
A goods of such dependable qualities been l .
X lower in many years. 1
w--- Come early for first choice. "v"
THE JONES DRY GOODS CO.
FEDERAL STREET si PARK WAY
CLEANERS OF DISTINCTION
DUQUESNE DYE WORKS
Stayton and H odgkiss Streets
Visit the Parks Use the Weekly Pass
HLIVE IN AND EXPAND YOUR BUSINESS IN
DURING VACATION EARN JVIONEY EASILY --
PLEASANTL Y. 1002? PROFIT FOR YOU!
Selling Rubber Specialties, Superior Rubberized. Reversible
Aprons, Etc., turn your spare hours into Dollars
Call or Write. Phone, Fairfax 9600
SUPERIOR SPECIALTY. CO.
526 FEDERAL STREET N. S., PITTSBURGH, PA.
LUNCH R M MANAGEMENT
extends to the Class of 1926 its best wishes
and takes this opportunity to express its
appreciation for the patronage of the Alle-
gheny High School Students during the
fl-13 Federal Street
CAPITAL ---- 3700,000.0
SURPLUS - ' 55900,000.0
4'Zw on Savings Ac r'az unts
Upon Saturdays fill Day
Mvmlier F vdwrul Rvscrvc System
A 7 7715, rf
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5 ' fr rs
0 'isa ,
0 Say it with-Reymer's and you have
said it in the sweetest way possible
Ask thc young lady-She knows.
The girl was so dumb that she thought the doctor was flirting with her
when he told. her she had a cute indigestion.
A dumbbell is a fellow who things a pool room is a place to swim.
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The lyion Tame-rs, consisting of: Vandergrift fpianob, Haseman fsaxo-
phonej, Cochran fsaxophoneb, Wettach ftrumpetih, Buran lbanjob, MacAlistcr
ftubar, and Lec Qdrumsb extend to Allegheny their sincere thanks for their
cooperation in making this organization a success.
The 307 paper, the "Daily Swig" will be discontinued during the sum-
mer months, owing to the scarcity of ink. This paper was the official mouth
organ of 307.
ALILGHENY MARKET T
THE BANK OF PITTSBURGH
National A ssociation
The Oldest Bank in America
West of the Allegheny Mountains
FOUNDED IN 1810
CAPITAL, 553,000,000 SURPLUS, 54,400,000
'LI never in my lifef, said a clergyman to his wife, after a sermon, "so
touched the congregation. They were entrancedg every eye was upon me from
the first word to the lastf,
'LNO wonder," said his wife. "Your gloves were inside your hat, and
when you took it off they remained on the top of your head all through the
Why all the pans of oil sitting around the corners?
I put 'em out for the mice. I hate to hear them squeak.
Bell 2087 Fairfax
W. E. SCHATZMAN
E. C. FREDERICK GX!!-"-555113
Shoes Q15 rruu CX9
739 E. Ohio St. fCor. llladisonj
417 Federal Street '
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. S., PiUSlJlll'gll, PH.
...fre - H. GERSTBREIN
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First Class Barber Shop
111 EAST OHIO STREET '
Real Estate Savings Sr Trust Co.
N. S., PITTSBURGH, PA.
516 Federal St., N. S., Pittsburgh
Some Allegheny High School students' notion of nothing at all is a ham
sandwich with the roll removed.
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Andy R.-You know, Mary said that last night she dreamed she was dancing
Paul Keller-You thrill me all to pieces. -
Andy R.-And then she woke up to find her kid brother pounding her feet
with a flat iron.
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She was just a dry goods dealer, but she had her notions.
"Try the Drug Store F irst" THIRSTY?
Old Corner Drug Store ORANGE CRUSH
Peter G. Walter, Pharm.D. LEMON CRUSH
Cornp, of LIME CRUSH
CHESTNUT 81 LOCKHART STS
- Real Fruit Drinks
"Your Druggist Is More Than . , -
A Merchants Ohio Street Fairfax 1754
BELL PHONE: 2789 FAIRFAX
WALTER L. GANGLOFF
PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR
We handle the new
Perrysville Avenue at Kenwood, N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
WORKINGMANS SAVINGS BANK
Ohio Street and Madison Avenue
CAPITAL 3100900.00 SURPLUS S1,500,000.00
DEPOSITS OVER S12,000,000.00
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Judge-This man's watch was fastened in his pocket by a safety chain. How
did you manage to get it out?
Pickpocket-My fee, your worship, is six dollars for a full course of six lessons
'lioge-What do you slick your hair down with?
Agey-Sothat 1 don't have to get any haircuts.
Bell Phones: Fairfax 6248 - 6249
R. T. PEARSON CO.
Real Estate and Insurance
116-118 Ohio Street. West
fNext to P0st'Ofl'icej
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Eat and enjoy our
mild cured hams and bacon
Meats of all kinds
THOS. A. MURPHY
60 Diamond Market
Ph :F'f 6400 . "T .
one "' 'X
44 THE PARK VIEW E
C""'P'ime"" of coNFEcT1oNERY
HVFHE CREAM OF 'L'
PITTSBURGH Federal and E. North Avenue
Home Made Ice -Cream
Tobacco, Cigars, Magazines
'PITTSBURGH JCE CREAM CO. C ll C d 9651
a e ar
Reporter-I'n1 coyering the "Sons of Levi" Banquet.
Waiter-This is it.
Reporter-But I don't see anyone.
Wai-ter-Ilh, somebody just dropped a dime in the lobby.
Marian McClain-When did swimming become a national sport in Scotlax
Margaret Herpel--Hurry it along.
M. Mc.-When they erected toll bridges.
Candy, - Cigars, - Ice Cream
Hot and Cold Lunches
Un the shores of Lake Elizabeth
Bell Phone, Cedar 3595
WYLAND 81 -CALNAN
Stands 76 to 80, Allegheny Mark
Fish, Oysters and Sea Food
.Came in Season
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
l AUGUST LOCH COMPANY '
J E W E L E R s
415 Federal Street, North Side
GRA D U A TI ON
Conzmenzorate the Big Day with a Gift
as enduring as the love that goes with it
lst Fliver-Got any alcohol?
2nd Fliver-Do 1 look like that kind of a car?
Francis F.--You have the advantage of me when we go around together.
Reuter-How's th at ?
Francis-You're in better company than I am.
Attendant-Thereis a man outside who wants to know if any of the patient
have escaped lately?
Director of the insane asylum-Wvhy does he
Attendant-He says someone has run away with his wife.
Telephone: Fairfax 6714
REGINA CANDY CO.
- Home Made Candy -
817 FEDERAL STREET N. S., PITTSBURGH, PA
Bell Phone Fairfax 1385
J. W. VVIELAND
Extra Mild Hams and Bacon
Home Dressed Pork
and all kinds of luncheon meats
Stall'No. 19, North Side Market
403 East Ohio Street
Best Home Made Candies
Made Fresh Daily
E A T
ROSEVALE BRAND HAMS AND BACON
Nntritious and Contain the Proper Vitamins
If not available, write or phone
WILLIAM ZOLLER COMPANY
NORTH SIDE, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Government Insoection, Health Protection
Est. No. 353
THE 202 SPINSTERS
Congratulations to 202! We are not all going to be spinsters even if
we arc all called thus. ,lean Ferguson has fixed that for us. We might even
be represented in the rolling pin world.
Lois Allen, the famous mathematician, has figured 0111 that, on account
of the heat expanding the rails, it is four miles further from here to New York
in the summer than it is in winter.
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The Athletes of 202 show great speed in leaving school at the end of
the day. lt is usually 5:30 when Mlle. Solberg sees the last form disappear
through the dismal but cheerful hallway.
The W1:rld's Standard
lnstalled while you wait, at
A. M. BALDINGER
611 W. Diamond Street, N. S.
Opposite Boggs di: Buhl
Fanry Groceries 81 Smoked Meats
Fruit 85 Vegetables
Phone Cedar 9996
3458 Perrysville Ave.
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
A VISION OF THE FUTURE-
"In the mirror of today is the future of tomorrow."
Worthwhile people attribute their success more to
a business training than to any other cause.
DUF F S-IRON CITY COLLEGE
424 DUQUESNE WAY, PITTSBURGH, PA.
for 86 years has been making brilliant futures for
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
Send today for our "A Vision of the Future" I
For graduation and GOOD
Cards, Novelties, Pens, Pencils
Late Fiction, and Framed Mottoes CHEAPER
THE BOOK SHOP
613 W. Diamond Street
N. S., Pittsburgh. Pa. R
Res. Phone, West View 1327-W Clothiers - Tailors
EDNA W' KUNZ Hatters, - Furnishers
Fresh and Smoked Meats QZSUHICIXQ
Stall NU' 4 Allegheny Market 504 - 506 Federal Street
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. N, S., Pittsburgh, Pa,
C. D. Seapker. fllgr.
The cow's lament-I didn't raise my hoy to he shoulder.
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Teacherfwiillie, I hear your big brother has the Mumps. Do you think
you,ll get them?
Willie-Yes, mum. 1'l1 get 'em just as soon as he outgrows 'em.
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Satzger freadingj-wllhe knight Went out to chase the boarf'
'Edna Poor 1fy'awningl-Wish I had a knight.
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"Helen has great talent for painting."
"How do you know?',
NI can see it on her facef'
Bell Phone: Cedar 0218
F. L. FALCK Ea' CO.
OLD HON ESTY SOAP
The Soap that is sold direct from
factory to consumer
Bell Phone Fairfax 1508
DELISI FRUIT COMPANY
Fruits and Vegetables
Stands 128 SI 80, Allegheny Market
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
PEOPLES DRUG STORE
Home of Pure Drugs
Sick Room Nccds n completc feature
4 East North Avenue
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Dot Hctzel-Oh, that candy just makes my mouth water.
J. Havekotte-Here's a blotter.
Schcffel-What part of those student 'cars causes most of the wrecks?
Jackson-The nut that holds the steering wheel.
"I hear Bob was thrown out of college for cribbingf'
He sneczed while he was taking an exam in Russian and they threw him ou
for congugating a verb."
"Pc:-l'cct XVorkmnnship and Service"
is our ,Motto for
lll"l"I'l DNS 001' Eli ED and PINKI NG
WILES 81 MEESE SHOP
403 Federal St.,
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Phone Fairfax 8864
LUCILLE BEAUTY SHOP
Mrs. Lucille Elliot,
Shumpooing, Massaging, llIllIlll'llI'llIK,
Facial und Scalp 'l'l'0llflll9lIfS
Marccl Waving, Special 8.50
4-09 Jackson Street fNear Schoolj
HENRY H. SCHAEFER
Beef, Veal, Lamb, Pork, Etc.
62 Diamond Market
Bell Phone, Atlantic 2332
Bell Phone Fairfax 1882
WALTER A. FAULK
Cut Flowers, Plants and Designs
37-148-149-150 North Side' Market
Sentimental Spinster of 202-Six times we have advertised that some lonely
maidens seek light and warmth in their life, and at last we got a reply-
from the gas company.
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Rufus-Wyfo' you all eall yo' gal "Valspar"?
Rastus-'Cause boilin' watah cain't tu'n 'er white.
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Dick Gaertner-May I have the last dance with you?
Ev-You've just had it.
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Ruth Meyer-The man I marry must be intelligent, handsome, brave-
Dlck Miller-How you flatter me.
' Telephone, Fairfax 2195
A. E. JONES CO.
Sign Makers, Painters, Decorators
1313 Federal Street
10 A. M. to 5 P- M.: 7 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Call Fairfax 6811 for Appointment
DR. FRANCIS J. LARVA
2617 Perrysville Ave.
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
D R I N K 2? DAVID scHoEPF
If you can't get Lem-n Blennd Dealer in
ask for Fresh Meats
Poultry and Game in Season
Orange Blennd GXJLZQ
GXJLID Phone Fairfax 3576
Az all good soda fountains
2537 Perrysville Avenue
NIED'S DRUG STORE
Compliments of For Drug Store Needs
9 3 Registered Pharmacists
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Federal Street North Side Sdwpgers lfetlmp Pens
541 EAST OHIO STREET
I Cor. Middle Street j
Patron-Do you serve fish here?
Waiter--Certainly, we cater to everyone.
You've all heard of the absent-minded professor who poured catsup on
his shoestrings and tide knots in his macaroni, but how about the fellow who
twisted the baby's ear and then walked the floor with the phonograph?
Dick Lerach fafter long argumentj--I wonder what would happen if you and
I ever agreed on anything.
Sue-I'd be wrong.
Phones, FAIRFAX 2352-2353
NORTH SIDE BUICK COMPANY
RETAIL BUICK DEALERS
, effffwv .
100 W. Stockton Avenue N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
In All Its Branches
VVe sell repair parts for all makes
fy?" f ot' Phonographs f :.
Vg ' A Pllonoggraph Shop for more than 20 years X,
Q, 4 JA
fy . . . . C ,,,,..--'F'
if Columlbia, Victor, Edison, Brunswick and I .
L other Phonographs repaired M
Our charges are reasonable.
Phone us, Atlantic 4655
IISON, Blil'NSlY'll'K, UOLMl'lllA AND ODEON lfltxlfllills
BRUNSWICK, RADIOLA AND ATWATER-KENT RADIO
COLUMBIA MUSIC COMPANY
"The Old Reliable Store"
101 SIXTH STREET PITTSBURGH, PA.
John F. Henk, Manager
Open Daily Until 6 P. M.-Saurllay 9:30 P. M.
Nurse-On whom are they operating today?
Orderl -A fellow who had a golf 'ball knocked clown l1is throat at the links.
Nurse-And who's the man wtating so nervously in the hall? A relative?
Ordcrly-N03 that's the golfer-a Scotch gentleman. He's waiting for his ball
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Harry C.-Don't you think opposites attract?
Gus-Why, of course, silly.
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Louie-Ev told me I was the answer to a maiden's prayer.
Homer-She didn't ask for much.
Business Hours 10 to 4 Phone Fairfax 7409
M A T Z J. F. WYSSEIER
Lighting Fixtures and Lamps
212 Oliver Avenue
Pittsburgh 20 W. North Avenue
Relnodeling and Alterations N, S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Telephone, Cedar 7410-7411 K V
AMERICAN COAT, APRON Sz
TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
WE FURNISH COA TS, APRONS, OFFICE TOWELS
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Marge ,l.-You seldom find an fellow with both money and brains.
Lester Strauss-What makes you so sure 1,111 broke?
An orutor at one of the University Unions horc off the palm of merit
when he declared that "the British lion, whether it is roaming the deserts of
lndiu or elimbing the forests of Canada, will not draw in its horns nor retire
into its shell."
Farmer fto horse dcaleri-Nope, I don't hear ye no malice, but I certainly do
hope that when you're chased by a puck of wolves you'll be drivin that
horse you sold me.
Burgess, lliuy-0-Vine, Ever-Ready
11,5-volt "A" Ilintteries ....., 8 -39
82.50 Tested Uunningham Tubes. .8198
82.50 Tested Rndlotron Tubes. .SL98
Crosley "Pups" 1 tube Radio Sets
Complete . ................ 811.3
151.25 Pennsylvania Multi - Phone
Plugs, Accommodating 5 Phones
601: "U" Batteries - Bay-0-Vac or 5 Loudspeakers .......... .79
und Burgess ,............... .49 153.50 W'orkrite Vario-Coupler .... 82.19
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Ray-0-Yue, Burgess or Ever- 81.00 Foote Fixed Crystals ...... .79
Newly .................... 81.79 3511 Crystals, Each ..........., .29
83.75 45-volt "B" Batteries .... 83-39 84.50 Brnndes Phones .......... 82-89
81.00 Talking Tape ............ .79 855.00 Spitfire Horn Speaker 84.29
50e lfl-Z Phone Plugs ,......... .29 87.50 Jefferson Tube Rejuvenators85.98
82.50 value-Roxy 201-A Radio 84.75 All-American Transformers 88.98
Tubes .................... 98 81.00 Benjamin Sockets ,,...... .79
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F. N. HOFFSTOT, President
T. VV. FRIEND, Vice-President
GEORGE G. SCHMIDT, Cashier
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where he thinks himself to be the
Frank sincerity, though no invited
guest, is free to all, and brings his
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Chinese laws do more-they reward
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It is one of the vagaries of our cli-
mate 'that a long delayed spring may
suddenly put over a merger with sum-
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AVOIDING OLD AGE
How to keep from getting old:
Have balloon tires, find a wet spotg
push in the clutch, apply the brakes.
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High schools will graduate 400,000
boys and girls this summer, of whom
perhaps as many as 217 will be able
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ly when the boss leaves town for a
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