Allegheny High School - Wah Hoo Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1938
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ANNUAL OF THE
CLASS CDF JANUARY
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ALLEGHENY HIGH SCHOOL
OCIHE graduating class of February, i938 edits this
year bool: in memory of Allegheny l-ligh School
lite and tradition. The former we must leave behind tor-
ever: the latter we can never leave. Time flies, and with
it flies things we once held dear and sacred. Only things
ot the soul remain-forever pure and stable. In such a
classification we seniors must always consider that higher
ethics which has become so vital a part ot us in Alle-
gheny. l-lere, in our last etiort as Alleghenians, we can
only request that those traditions we hold so dear be tor-
ever on your lips and in your hearts.
I 888- I 937
ALLEGHENY HIGH SCHOOL
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WAH HOO STAFF
WHEN WE LEFT
OCIHE road lay open-armed before:
The morning slry was blue:
The breeze that met us as we lett
r Sang lceenly ot the new.
We watched the slowly closing door,
Sighed then, then briskly stept
To where our favorite shading tree
lts lonely outpost lcept.
And then as it some voice within
Us spoke. we turned and toolc
At that place left torevermore
One last, remembrant loolc.
A glance-our paths must sever here:
We firmly said goodbye.
My hand shoolc treacherously, though:
A tear was in your eye.
VERNON S. BEACHLEY
TO THE JANUARY I938 GRADUATES:
go your class will come the honor ot being the tirst
class to be graduated from the newer Allegheny.
During your progress through class atter class ot your high
school journey you have lived step by step with the new
developments in the erection of the new building. As
you now approach the goal of graduation. so too does
the new building come to its completion. As you go
forth to serve more effectively in a larger sphere ot lite,
so may our school with its newer equipment minister better
to a greater and greater number ot young people.
My sincere good wishes go with you. Your successes
shall be my pleasures.
GREETINGS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS:
S you go 'Iorth from Allegheny I-ligh, I hope that you
, will be of service, whether in high or in humble
station. To be a real help. you will be obliged to talce
responsibilities. ln your experience in high school, you
should have learned this-I mean not only to take the
responsibility for your own acts, which is your first duty.
but the responsibility to help others who have needed both
your example and your encouragement. It you have done
your share, or more than your share, I believe that you
have enjoyed lite in Allegheny. May you, in the outside
world, continue your growth in the ideals which your school
has tried to set before you. That you will have success
and enjoyment of lite in whatever vocation you may choose
to follow is my sincere wish tor all ot you.
CI-IAS. R. FISHER
V. S. BEACHLEY, Princrpal
CHAS. R. FISHER. Vice Principal
RALPH E. BLAKESLEE
MARY P. BOSS
PAULINE L. BOSTON
MARY ISABEL BOWER
RUTH C. BOYD
ARTHUR E. COLE
M. R. COOLEY
GRACE E. CORNELIUS
ELIZABETH B. COWLEY
GRACE C. DICKEY
ISABELLA P. DOW
EMMA I. ECKE
GEORGE J. EMMINGER
RAYMOND P. FARRELL
EVELYN M. FREY. Secretary
MARY GRAEBING, Secretary
JOHN A. GRUBER
OLIVE M. GUNN
ELLA M. HAZLEWOOD
EDNA M. HECK
WM. P. HENNING
LOUIS G. HOLE
H. H. HOLMES
RUSSELL L. HUNTER
LULU E. KISTLER
MYRTLE E. WYLIE .
ROBERT B. MAGILI.
ROY T. MATTERN
MARY S. MAURER
FRANK T. MCCLURE
ANNA M MCKIRDY
C. A. MEDLOCK
ELLA M. MESSER
GRACE H. MILLER
NELSON T. MILLER
DORIS H. MOORE
MARY R. MOORHEAD
N. ANNE PETTY
ALICE M. SCHWARTZ
CLARA A. SCOTT
AUGUSTA M. SIPPEL
HELEN M. SMITH
OLGA E. SOLBERG
HENRIETTA E. SPELKER
HARRY M. SPRINGER
W. BROWN STERRETT
H. S. WIEAND
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fi Alex Derger
Lucy has a beautiful voice. She is
happy, pretty. and magnetic. She
wishes to become a nurse. An
honor student is Lucy. Music and
physical geography are her tavor-
A versatile youth with time aspira-
tions. Although a second Fritz
Kreisler, Chuclc hopes to find his
lite work in aeronautics. l-le is a
real trooper as drum major tor
Dramatizing poetry gives Evelyn
something in common with Miss
Howe. She is a good sport and
is always ready to cooperate. She
is a member ot Service Squad and
Member ot Lit and a heads-up
baseballer. Bill wants to become
a gym teacher. At present he is
home room secretary and a mem-
ber of Service Squad. Battaglia's
grin and cocksure air are a certain
"come-on" for friends.
Tall and friendly, Thelma is seldom
heard out ot turn. An industrious
worker with a 'hne record as WAH
HOO typist. One honor student
whose ambition is to be a private
secretary. She belongs to Lit and
is a member ot the WAH HOO
Quiet, shy, but friendly, Norma's
ambition is to become a steno-
grapher. Her favorite sport is
swimming. Norma is a member ot
Literary Society and helps the
thritt committee ot her home
Russ hopes to use his grand spealc-
ing voice as a radio announcer.
He is a popular member ot Lit
and Unison Club and excels in
O. E. Very tun-loving and full ot
pep is Russ.
Happy-go-lucky Ruth! Always on
the go. but never too busy to
help someone else. Ruth's leisure
time is spent in dancing. Her
favorite subject is arts and crafts.
A good dancer. a member of Lit
and ot Unison Club. and..one ot
the best actors in O. E. Bob is
an energetic lad. His ambition
is to be an electrical engineer.
A gentleman and a scholar is
Alex. Always ready and willing
to accept any duty. As WAH
HOO artist he delighted us with
his cover designs. He is president
of Student Council and a consist-
ent honor student.
Wherever there is a basketball
game. there is Vera. She is a
member ot Girls Leaders and ot
Lit. At football games Vera can
be heard above all others with
her. "C'mon team!"
Tony is the liveewire of the class.
Captain of the Cheer Leaders.
too. Musically-inclined. he is a
member of the senior orchestra,
and he has an orchestra ot his
own. Football is his hobby.
George is Allegheny's Pinlcy Tom-
lin. ln spare moments he com-
poses popular music. His vocal
ability is marked. George is a
member ot the Boys College Club.
His ambition is to become a
Handsome and witty is Abe. A
powertul baclstielder, quiclc thinker,
and basketball player. His ambi-
tion is to coach athletics. Mem-
ber ot Lit and athletic representa-
tive ot his home room.
Quiet, pretty. stylish, gracious
Marie wants to be a stenographer.
Her hobbies are reading and play-
ing tennis. Her tavorite subiecte
are English and shorthand. She is
a member ot the Literary Society.
RALPH W. CH EETHAM
Silent as Sunday is Ralph. This
3OI-er, whose hobby is wood-
working. is a member ot the Serv-
ice Squad. Seldom heard. Ralph
'is always a courteous and industri-
A silent man from 30I. with a
tricky sense of humor. Vic enjoys
O. E. best ot all his subjects:
basketball is his tavorite sport.
l-le has a wealth ot general in-
tormation and a grin that "mows
ANGELIN E CODAN
Service Squad. Girl Reserves, sew-
ing, basketball and football games
are Angie's chief interests. Angie
is thoughtful. kind, and helpful.
WILLIAM L. COLLINS
Tall and handsome William wears
a "Dutchie" haircut. I-Ie is inter-
ested in basketball and Ding
pong. I-lis best subject is machine
shop. Active as a squad member
and in the past as Athletic and
WAH HOC Representative.
Editor ot the Year Book, staff
poet. a member ot Boys College
Club, and a high honor student.
Roy has a keen sense of humor.
excellent judgment, and splendid
executive ability. He is civic and
Thoughtful, tacttul, courteous. and
good-looking. A member ot Lit-
erary Society and the Service
Squad. Fond of ice-skating and
swimming. A valuable friend.
Edith is preparing to follow in the
toot-steps ot Florence Nightingale.
She likes biology and is a member
ot the Conservatory Club and
the Service Squad. Skating. swim-
ming, and basketball are her
hobbies. She is talkative. studious,
friendly. and happy.
Charles is a member of Lit and
of Unison Club. I-le is a courte-
ous. friendly chap and likes to
read and play mushball in his
spare time. He wants to be a
HELEN DOUGH ERTY
A songbird ot 227, who aims tor
success in singing. I-Ieleri's a
Sonja I-lenie on the ice. She is a
member of Literary Society.
Teddy has a variety ot interests.
He is an honor student. Inter-
ested in amateur radio. he wants
to be an electrical engineer. Trig
and orchestra are his tavorite sub-
iects. He belongs to Radio Club.
A member of the basketball team
and Service Squad. A consistent
honor student Connie has become
an esteemed personage in math
class. Law is his chosen protes-
Debonair Henry, orator in school
and salesman after school hours.
is an earnest worker in any activ-
ity. A member ot the WAH
HOO Statf's advertising depart-
ment and ot the Unison Club.
Athletic representative. member ot
Boys College Club. and second-
baseman on the baseball team.
Brown-eyed Dick is a very popular
member ot the senior class. He
excels in Oral English.
DOLO RES FAZIO
This secretarial-training student
gets in practice by taking notes
in class meetings. She enjoys
dancing and dances very well.
Dee is admired because of her
An able member of Squad. excels
in crafts and math. His hobby is
sketching. An excellent speaking
voice qualities him tor his chosen
profession as a radio announcer.
Opal, president of-Girl Reserves,
likes English, bookkeepinga and
psychology. Collector of news-
paper clippings. Wants to be a
director of plays. Intelligent.
studious, helpful. trustworthy. and
President of his home room, mem-
ber ot Student Council rand of
Service Squad. Mike is itriendly.
happy. and willing to'heIp at all
Squad member and 'twice honor
student is Bob. Usually serious
and business-like, he aims to be
an aeronautical engineer. Trig is
his favorite subject, and design-
ing planes is his hobby.
JOHN E. FULMER
Member ot the WAH HOO Staff,
Literary Society, and the Service
Squad. Favorite subjects are Ger-
man, French, and English. Tall
and dapper John is a well-intorm-
ed honor student. l-lis chosen
field is the ministry.
A grin and a giggle characterize
Anna. She is the most happy
person in 227. She is social chair-
man and enjoys swimming and
basketball. She is a meifrber of
Literary Society and hopesito be-
come a secretary. '
RAY GARVIN -
Ray's high ambition is to play in
a symphony orchestra. He is a
member ot the Senior Orchestra
and enjoys music of all kinds. A
thoughtful, friendly person is Ray.
Thoughtful, industrious. courteous,
and friendly. Mildred's interests
are book-keeping, sewing. skating,
and dancing. She is a member
ot Girl Reserves.
Tom's favorite activities are Oral
English. history, gymnastics. and
tumbling. He is vice president of
the IZA class and vice president
of the Literary Society. He wants
to be a chiropodist. He is friend-
ly, brilliant. courteous, and witty.
Member of the WAH HOO Staff
and of the Literary Society, and
an invaluable assistant in the
library. Dot lilcessdancing, music,
German, and English. Very stylish,
pretty, and courteous.
Very much alive and a great
sport enthusiast is Bill. Former
president of Hi-Y and a member
of the Boys College Club. Even
though he is late for O. E. every
day. O. E. is still his favorite
Jean is Friendly and studious. She
is an excellent cook which ac-
complishment tits in her plan to
become a good housekeeper. She
is very creative and an active
member of Lit and of Unison
Betty's charming manner will do
halt ot the curing when she en-
ters the field ot nursing. Betty
is versatile, enjoying sports. skat-
ing, and studies. She is planning
to enter the South Side Hospital.
lndustrious. gracious Mary is a
member of Literary Society and
of Unison Club. Very lady-lilre.
her ambition is to be a good
housekeeper. Sewing and O. E.
are her favorite subjects. and
reading is her hobby.
Hawley has all it takes. He is a
bustling personality, intelligent,
cheery, and industrious, Jim is
Circulation Manager of the WAH
HOO, supervisor of Service
Squad, president ot the Hi-Y, and
a member of Lit. Automotive
engineering is his aim.
is very talkative He is popula
among the girls whose attention
he wins by his witty remarks. Th
bond ot friendship between Hic'
and Shine cannot be broken.
Jerry, the dashing Romeo of 429,
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Norma is a grand dancer, a good
sport. and an all-around girl. She
is willing to cooperate in all ac-
tivities ot the school. She is prom
chairman ot 227 and a member
of Literary Society.
Mattie never loses an opportunity
to learn a new dance step. She
is always ready to lend a helping
hand to a member of her class.
She is an excellent seamstress and
quite a songbird. She wants to
become a nurse.
ROBERTA H UNT
This peppy honor student spends
much of her leisure writing for
the XWAH HOO and playing
tennis. A member of Gregg
Artists. of Literary Society, and of
Service Squad. Her chosen workl
is that of private secretary. l
ome known tor her ability to
malce clothes Her friendliness
makes her popular. Lillian rs vice
president of 227 and wants to be
This stylish young lady has be-
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A brilliant, courteous, gracious,
and very popular girl. She hopes
to be a secretary and has pre-
pared herself tor this vocation.
Member ot Lit and an honor stu-
dent. Her favorite subjects are
algebra and geometry.
Ed is a quiet, industrious senior
who startles us frequently by his
rollicking fun. He plays in the
band and his favorite hobby is
designing. His aim is to be an
A lively redhead with a friendly
smile and a mind tor athletics.
A member ot Lit and several
times honor student. Red excels
in crattworlc, but aims tor a busi-
nessman 's career.
Isabel is rightfully popular because
ot her friendly attitude toward
others. She is always ready with
a witty remarlr. She is president
of Booster Club and hopes to loe-
come a stenographer.
Kehrli is torever working tor the
good ot the school. His work as
Business Manager ot the WAH
HOO has never been surpassed.
He hopes to become a mechanical
engineer. Norman is also an
Allegheny's Gracie Allen is very
intelligent and a consistent honor
student. Alumni editor of the
WAH HOO, president of Gregg
Artists. and member ot Literary
Society. Matilda's application has
been accepted by the School ot
Nursing at the West Penn Hospi-
Ted plays a trombone in the
band and the piano on the side.
His hobbies are swimming and
football. His favorite subject is
biology. He plans to be a boolr-
Josephine lilres to dance and skate
in her spare time. Her favorite
subjects are cooking and O. E.
She is a member of Lit and ot
Unison Club and hopes to be a
An honor student, tond of Eng-
lish, typewriting, and roller skat-
ing. A member ot Unison Club
and the Literary Society. A
clever, likable, tacttul, and very
Anna is truly the life ot a party.
To her, Gregg Artist members
gladly give their dues. Her hobby
is dancing, and her 'favorite sub-
jects are shorthand and type.
ROSEMARIE LA FRANCA
Rosemarie otters Katharine Cornell
competition in dramatic ability.
Oral English is her favorite sub-
ject. Her career lies in the field
ot dress designing.
l-larriet is a shy, studious person.
who is quite capable with a
recipe and a 'Few ingredients. A
member of Literary Society. Her
hobby is adventuring in books.
Luscious is the word for Lee, who
is one ot the most active mem-
bers ot the class. She is a mem-
ber ot the WAH HOO Statt and
of Lit, vice president ot Student
Council, and an honor student.
Franlr is one ot the handsomest
boys ot the senior class. As WAH
HOO representative, he always
brings in a percentage ot one
hundred per cent. He belongs
to Lit and is on the Service
Henry's two activities this semes-
ter were tullbaclc on the football
team and president ot Unison
Club: he did a fine job in eaehl
He is an active member of Lit
and is well-lilced by his class-
Known to his friends as "Draggy"
or "Dolly," he is one
I-lowe's star O. E. pupils.
belongs to Lit and uses his
dramatic ability by appearing
frequently in the programs. His
favorite sports are swimming and
A dark-eyed, curly-topped Greek
with a figure like Apollo Belve-
dere's. He has a fertile imagina-
tion and reads Poe. Boxing is his
favorite sport, and law is his
Tall, dark, and very friendly.
Member of Lit and of Service
Squad and Junior partner in the
Marlcos-McVey Corporation. One
of Harry's most distinguishing
qualities is courtesy.
Bill is tall. husky. and handsome.
"The Perfect Specimen" has many
ardent admirers, especially among
the girls. When it comes to 'foot-
ball. Bill is always there. He
shows personality in the class
Alice. an active member of the
WAH HOO Staff, fairly sparkles
with the joy of living. She excels
in German and English and enjoys
motoring and dancing. She is an
honor student and a member of
Gregg Artists and of Lit.
Bob is an all-round athlete. Tall
and broad-shouldered. he goes in
for football, baseball, and boxing.
He has been home room vice
president for three semesters and
is a second Will Rogers at class
JOSEPH J. McVEY
Joe has the right formula for liv-
ing-malring money and being
happy. A smile always adorns his
face: snappy remarks, always
original and witty. account for his
wide range of friends. He is a
member of the Service Squad and
Architecture is WiIIie's interest.
He is a member and officer of
the Senior Band and a member
of Lit. Football is his favorite
Our Joe is triendly and witty. His
happy-go-lucky attitude wins him
numerous friends. He is a mem-
ber ol: Lit and Architecture clubs.
Some clay he hopes to be a suc-
ALYS M EY ERS
Blonde, blue-eyed. pretty, vivaci-
ous. and winsome-what could
better describe our I2A social
chairman? A willing worlzer in
Lit and a member of Service
.lean is the little blonde WAH
I-IOO representative ot 227. She
has held this position tor three
years because of her ability to
collect money. She collects dogs
as a hobby. Secretarial worlc is
Ann is quiet: yet she has an
admirable sense ot humor. She
has earned a reputation for al-
ways being helpful. I-Ier favorite
subjects are shorthand and law.
which she will need when she be-
comes a stenographer.
Mary's happy. carefree manner
would cheer the gloomiest person.
To be a stenographer is-hei'ambi-
tion. Mary belongs to Literary
Society. She is an excellent
Friendly Fred, who is an energetic
member of Literary Society, sel-
ects O. E. as his favorite subject.
I-Iis favorite sports are swimming
and ice skating. Another strong.
A red-headed Welshman with a
triendly grin. With his aim set
as being a head bool:-lceeper.
Morgan stars in the commercial
course. He serves as home room
banker tor variety. He is seldom
heard but Iilres O. E.
Roy wishes to become a dentist.
He is very fond of English and
French: is a member of Lit and
ot the French Club. His hobbies
are basketball and football. His
very pleasing personality wins
him many friends.
Although Howard is rather small,
he has a great big smile which
certainly wins friends. Mechanical
drawing is one of his favorite
subjects. Swimming and ice skat-
ing are among his accomplish-
MA RY NICOLL
Marks of distinction--curls and a
sunny disposition. Our class sec-
retary, a Scottish blessing to
America. is also presiding officcr
of her home room and a member
of Literary Society.
Helen is noted for her social in-
clinations. She is always a val-
uable addition to a social com-
mittee. Her favorite subjects are
sewing, O. E., and English. She
wants to be a stenographer.
Quiet, intelligent. prepossessing
James is interested in law, civics,
and history, and consequently
good government, He is a mem-
ber of the Service Squad.
'2 HELEN- PATTON
Helen comes to the front in sew-
ing class. She looks forward to
sewing as a profession. The
warmth of her friendship reaches
HELEN PAU LOS
Shy and pretty. but oh so sweet!
A beautician is what Helen would
like to be. What could be more
fitting! Swimming and skating
hold great favor with her. At
school she excels in sewing.
Sophisticated June is one of the
best-dressed girls in our class. Her
ambition-nursing. Secretary of
Gregg Artists. member of l.it and
of Service Squad, she serves ably.
O. E. and mechanical drawing are
Angelo's favorite school interests.
A member of the basketball and
football teams. r,Some day he will
be a successful electrician.
Carl is looking forward to a
coaching career. A member ot
the baseball and football squads
in past years. Boys College Club
and Senior Hi-Y are his club
interests. Salcsmanship is his tav-
There is never a dull moment
when Edna is present. Everything
connected with gayety intrigues
her. She is a member ot Booster
Clubg her hobby is reading.
To be a machinist is studious Ed's
ambition. The tact that he does
so well in machine shop shows
that he is developing his special
ability. Ed likes football, basket-
ball, and boxing.
Energetic Enis. the stylish, happy
WAH HOO representative, wish-
es, as do many others, to be a
secretary. Enis belongs to Lit and
is fond ot dancing.
Quietness and courtesy make up
the magnetic personality of Wal-
ter. I-le is a wizard in history and
a member of the band. His ambi-
tion is to be a boys' social worker.
Laughing must be Made-line's
hobby because she does it so
much of the time. She linda
greatest enjoyment in her O. E.
class and is a member ot Literary
Society. Madeline hopes to be-
come a typist.
Where there's excitement, there's
Clare. Secretary ot Unison, an
active member of Lit. and social
chairman ot her home room, she
keeps quite busy. Her favorite
hobbies are swimming and danc-
Gracious, energetic, and intelli-
gent--these words describe Tillie.
Tillie has excelled not only in
scholastic work but in extra cur-
ricular activities, being social
chairman, class banker, a member
of the WAH HOO Staff and
of Squad. Her greatest desire is
to become a business executive.
Walt has blonde, curly hair and
the cutest smile: He plans to be
a doctor. Math is his favorite
subject. Walt belongs to Boys
College Club and is an active
member of Lit.
To be a Veterinarian is Frank's
ambition. His favorite subjects
are art and English, and he is a
member of Lit. Frank enjoys all
sports and is a grand person to
A pianist ot no mean ability is
Virginia. Her main ambition is to
be a private secretary. She is a
grand dancer and singer.
Another valuable asset to O. E.
class, Lillian has made that sub-
ject her favorite. A member of
Literary Society and secretary of
Tall, handsome Louis is the presi-
dent of our senior class. He be-
longs to the basketball squad, is
the president of Boys College
Club and is a very smooth dan-
cer. Dashing and friendly is our
Joey is the one to find when
you're feeling blue. She's always
ready to cheer with her witty re-
marks. She is treasurer of 227 and
a member of Literary Society.
Sports are G-eorge's main interests,
and his aim is to become a
physical Education instructor. A
likable, entertaining actor of O. E.
and a member of Unison Club
and of Lit, George enjoys many
school activities. I-le is also a
member of the football and
Soko is well known throughout the
school for his valuable service on
the football team. An expert
basketball player, a tease, hand-
some as Gable, and a male
One ot those few "tall, dark, and
handsome" fellows. Serves his
school, being a member ot Squad.
An athletically minded lad, he
has a most pleasing personality.
Versatile Ruth is editor of the
WAH HOO, secretary ot Literary
Society, and vice president ot her
room. Ruth is a truly able person.
Her position on the honor roll
honors the work. She is socially
A physics whiz and a Latin stu-
dent ot exceptional ability. ln
his spare time William raises and
exhibits Scottish terriers, A mem-
ber ot Lit and an honor student.
His favorite sport is basketball.
.loe does not speak very often.
but when he does say something,
it is sure to be to the point. He
is among the leading actors ot
Lit. Joe also belongs to the
Anne, our Pollyanna, is one of the
best actresses in O. E. She excels
in shorthand and type. Any
group welcomes Anne's smile and'
jolly personality. WAH l-IOO
representative and a member of
Rosella's favorite subjects are
shorthand, type. and English.
An honor student. Scintillatingly
stylish and magnetic. Hobbies-
dancing and music. A member
ot Literary Society and ot Service
As a member ot Service Squad
and Lit, Marie works hard for the
success ot both. She likes to
dance and play basketball and
hopes some day to be a beauty
Ruth's accomplishments in com-
mercial subjects make a splendid
'Foundation for a career in sten-
ography. Ruth's hobbies are roller
skating and ice-skating. She is 'a
member ot Girl Reserves.
Pep. vim, and vigor were all
wrapped into one and presented
to Lucia. She is a musician: she
plays the piano and the ac-
cordian. Lucia plans to don a
white uniform and cool feverish
WALTER J. ZOTTER
A happy-go-lucky. helptul fellow
is Walt. who has won the triend-
ship of many with his tact. A
member ot Lit and an esteemed
member ot Service Squad. Walt
looks 'forward to a career of auto
racing. He dances divinely.
lndustrious and studious is Ed.
l-le has been the able civic chair-
man of his home room tor two
semesters. Reading is Ed's favor-
ite hobby. l-le excels in physics
Betty can usually be tound ab-
sorbed in a book. Because ot her
love ot reading she is very quiet.
Her favorite subject is algebra.
and she is a member ot Service
Squad. Her vocation is to be
Anna is noted for her friendliness.
She hopes to succeed in dress-
making and is preparing in sew-
ing class for this profession. She
is a past member of the Service
Squad and at present belongs to
Bobette wishes to be a music
teacher: consequently orchestra
and harmony please her most.
Her hobbies are reading and
dancing. She is studious, creative,
and possesses great initiative.
She has been president ot her
home room and is a member of
the Service Squad.
Margaret excels in sewing and
cooking. Her favorite sports are
swimming and skating. ln these
sports she is among the best.
Very trustworthy, original, and
A shy. energetic, industrious stu-
dent, an easy maker ot friends,
and an ardent baseball tan. John
wants to be an architect and is
preparing tor that work in the
wood shop and by reading books
on that subject.
Kozie is well known around the
classrooms and is a member ot
the clique ot silent students. He
has become a consistent English
student. Swimming is his hobby.
Wylma is certainly an asset to
O. E. class. Her ambition is to
be a friend to everyone. She is
athletic representative and has
been WAH HOO representative
of her home room.
Geraldine is aiming to be a sec-
retary and is preparing in com-
mercial subjects. ln tact, business
organization is her favorite sub-
ject. She is one ot many who
President - - Louis Slais
Vice President - - Thomas Sloth
Secretary - - Mary Nicoll
Social Chairman - Alys Meyers
Hall ot Fame
OUIS SLAIS has come to prominence in many and varied tields.
Not only is he Senior Class President. but he is also president ot
Literary Society and ot the Boys College Club. The responsibilities
heaped on him in his last semester in Allegheny he has met with an activity
and ability seldom surpassed. Lou has expanded into the field ot sports.
too, and is a tirst-team torward on Allegheny's basketball squad. No
wonder that leadership and unanimous popularity are his.
INCERITY and genuine triendliness are a tew ot Alice's many
qualities. She enjoys all sports, but her studies are never neglected
as her name is consistently on the I-lonor Roll. Smiling and eager, she
works diligently as typist on the Wah l-'loo Stati and was indispensible
to Miss Scott throughout the semester. She is a valued member ot
Literary Society and Gregg Artists and secretary ot her home room.
With a magnetic personality and an unequalled ability to make triends
Alice is popular with all who know her. Never obtrusive but always on
hand to accept a task and aid in anyway in her classrooms, clubs, and
other activities, Alice is well known tor her achievements and willingness.
As a triend and classmate, she will be ever remembered.
N Tommy we have the delighttul combination ot a gentleman.
scholar, actor, and general tun-loving boy. Courteous and willing
to accept duties. he is vice president ot the Senior Class and vice presi-
dent ot Lit. ln O. E. he shines and although he says he wants to be a
chiropodist, we can better picture him as a second Paul Muni or Leslie
l-loward. As an added asset, Tommy has a sense ot humor, which en-
dears him to his triends and sees him through any situation. In short,
he is personality plus.
PLEASING personality is Ruth's. Radiant and winsome, popular
but demure, she has been chosen to occupy many stations ot
importance in her class. As Editor ot the Wah l-loo, she has shown her
ability not only as a clever manager but also as an able writer. ln Literary
Society she is a popular secretary and actor. ln the class room she has
showed herselt one ot our most intelligent students. Ruth Steiner, we
are sure, can review her high school years with the greatest pride.
SFI-lE Wah l-loo chose an able Year Book Editor when it selected
Roy Colt tor that position. With a brilliant mind, intensive think-
ing power, and a triendly manner, Roy carried all his activities to great
heights. As a poet par excellence, he has written remarkable poetry 'tor
the Wah l-loo tor many semesters. Roy has an excellent scholarship
record and enjoys solving problems no matter how ditticult. Roy's in-
tectious smile and original wit has won him many triends and admirers.
As a member ot Boys College Club that organization received a taste
ot Roy's lively humor. Sincere, natural, and wholly a genius all to him-
selt Roy otters much competition, scholastically, humanly, and humorously
to all about him. Roy is deserving ot tame tor his earnest endeavor, un-
surpassed ability, and keen intelligence.
ENA is one ot the best-known pupils ot our class. This not only
tor her winning personality but also, because ot her scholastic
standing. Lena is a consistent all-A student. As head ot the School
Notes Department, she has done an excellent job. Lena must always be
remembered by her classmates tor her cheerful and alert disposition.
LEX BERGER is another of our class leaders. For several semesters
home-room president, he graduates as President of Student
Council. Clean-cut character and sensible aggressiveness have made
him a successful officer and student. As Wah Hoo artist he is responsible
for many of the fine cover designs of recent semesters. Berger is also
well-known for his gymnastic ability and so is president of the Boys
Leaders Club. We might hold Alex up as an example of versatility in
USTLING, studious and friendly, "Bobbie" is the business man's
ideal secretary. She types well and writes even better. The
Wah l-loo Staff discovering her creative ability wasted no time in making
her Literary Editor. Bright, cheery, and energetic she works hard and
always has a kind word for everyone. ln Gregg Artists. Lit, Service
Squad, and Wah l-loo Staff, she brings nothing but praise to these
organizations by her work-hard atmosphere.
NDUSTRY and intelligence are two capacities I-lawley has to a
large degree. This prominent pupil has been active not only in
the classroom but also on Squad. on the Wah l-loo Staff. and as president
of the Senior l-li-Y Club. As Wah l-loo Circulation Manager. he has
turned in a record number of subscriptions, while as Captain of Squad,
he has become known throughout the school for his activity. A fine
record and a fine fellow!
LIVE spirit, humorous personality. and a fountain of funny say-
., ings constitute Matilda, our Alumni Editor of the Wah l-loo.
l-ler curly blonde hair, and sparkling blue eyes add much to her charm.
She is president of Gregg Artists and an active member of the Com-
munity l-louse, where she has maintained an honor standing. As merry
as a woodland sprite, she infects everyone with her joviality. Poise and
grace permit her to make all those about her feel perfectly at ease.
Matilda is a welcome addition to any group.
QERT, vivacious. and witty. This little Scotch lassie began her
career of leadership at Latimer and continued it at Allegheny.
She became well-known as president of 227 and sergeant-at-arms for the
Student Representative Body. l-ler ambition is to be a private secre-
tary: she is getting practice as the secretary of the Senior Class. Danc-
ing blue eyes and bobbing red curls are striking characteristics. Mary is
appreciated by her classmates and teachers. Literary Society remem-
bers fondly her characterization of a naughty little girl in "Seventeen."
Mary's never alone but always surrounded by her many friends.
chips were soon knocked off
UNHAILED CAESERS A
oc-FEBRUARY l935l and a new group of sophomorons entered old
Allegheny. Fresh from a triumphal ninth grade in junior high we
had come "like Alexander to spread our conquests farther." But the
our shoulders and the starch out of
collars as we were enthralled in the bonds of education-of the higher
type. We were completely overcome by the lto usl novel attitude of
our teachers and by the condescending cocksureness of the upper class-
men. We learned, too. that the rubbish can hath power to soothe the
savage beast. The senior play appeared and left us contemplating our
own future stage successes. The Allegheny spirit quickly permeated our
tender hides and we were prepared for bigger and better things. So
went the first year. P
As juniors we found ourselves an elevated group. Unlike our sopho-
more selves we knew not and knew that we knew not. On the whole
we had become more genteel and decorous. We were even more Alle-
ghenyized. Allegheny's basketball squad was in the midst of a winning
season and our class cheered as lustily as any. Then, too, school activities
came our way. The Wah l-loo was already an important item, and soon
our class actors were to capture the school by surprise-surprised they
were even allowed on the stage! Time marched on. and membership in
clubs kept piling up. The B.C.C., Leaders clubs, l-li-Y, etc.. became
important factors in our young lives. Then came news of a new Alle-
gheny, and during the construction period we all went tramping off to
Latimer. Like Dan'l Boone we kept yelling for elbow room-and didn't
get it. Meanwhile, a hard-fighting South l-lills team double crossed us
by capping the Section ll Football Championship.
Seniors! and back to a remodeled Allegheny. Among other things
we swung into a new basketball season and Allegheny shone as the only
team to beat State Champion South l-ligh. Then came weeks of work
on a better-than-ever Wah l-loo, with a hard fight in cramped quarters
that ultimately resulted in an all-time subscription high. During those
weeks we got our first experiences in Lit and in the course of events
came to somewhat resemble the actors we had imagined ourselves to
be all the while. We were kept busy and responsible that semester and
visions of an all triumphant l2A began to arise. But alas, such was not
to be! What with crowded quarters, reconstruction, and the rest. our
class genius was squelched-crushed in the bud. One thing though,
six seniors made Allegheny's basketball squad. Then too. we felt the
Wah l-loo was a success. So we unhailed Caesers can find little but
happy memories from the years spent in dear old A.l-LS.
September I-Who can blame Alleghenians for their cocky attitude as
they admire proudly the remodeling of their school? Everything's
shining and bright like the faces of our new sophomores who are
making their debut in Allegheny today. The eagerness and the
desire to get going, displayed in all students from sophs and seniors,
is a prophecy of a splendid, successful semester for Allegheny and
the carrying to new heights of all her activities.
September I3-Wah l-loo begins to show itself for the first time in the
new school. The seniors' tears are quite genuine as they realize
there can be no Skit. "But we don't need a skit," they say in their
best senior fashion. "We'll put Wah Hoo over in spite of all diffi-
September I5--Alex Berger, Lena Luzzo, Mary Nicoll, and Mike Frishkey
attend Student Council representing their respective senior classes.
Alex and Lena elected unanimously as President and Vice President
of Student Council while Antoinette Slowik shows her skill as "maitre
September I8-Allegheny's first football game of the season. With
cheers and applause Allegheny bows to the rival, Peabody. Score?
Well--not so bad-I9-O.
September 25-"Saturday afternoon, September 25, Allegheny suffers
its second current gridiron defeat at the hands of a superior Ali-
quippa eleven." That's how it read in the first issue of the Wah
l-loo. The score: Aliquippa 34-Allegheny O.
October l-Literary Society in an informal meeting elects Louis Slais.
president and Ruth Steiner, secretary. Even without an auditorium
the eighty-five members of Lit, packed like sardines in Room Four-
Twenty-Nine. are looking forward to excellent programs. P.S.--
They got them. A
October 2-So, as the story runs, Allegheny has a football team. But
it seems her opponents also have football teams. Martins Ferry I8-
Allegheny l3. But it's only the beginning, only the beginning, and
we score two touchdowns and an extra point. Our hopes are high.
October 4-Yellow feathers, worn in buttonholes, in shirt pockets. as
hair ornaments show the loyalty of Allegheny students to the Wah
I-loo. Each subscriber sports a yellow feather, and a gala sight
it is to see.
October 5-Louis Slais, president: Thomas Giloth, vice president, and
Mary Nicoll. secretary, are officers of the present senior class--
Louis with his very much aliveness, Tommy with keen intelligence.
and Mary with her ready suggestions and penmanship seem a
brilliant combination to guide our class along a successful path.
October 9-Deadlockl A pair of knotholes for Perry and Allegheny in
the Red and Blue's inaugural season game!
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October I3-Report card day. A variety of emotions and expressions
are felt and worn by all of us this day. But the l-lonor Roll shows
a goodly representation from all grades. Yes, effort sometimes is
October I4--At the Allegheny-Oliver game today the band makes
its triumphal appearance in full regalia. Splendid looking boys, they
fail to inspire Allegheny to victory as Oliver scores 6-Allegheny O.
October I8--The first issue of the Wah l-loo is put into circulation.
lts theme, "March of Time" is received favorably by subscribers.
October 23-Allegheny winsl A wet day, but .Allegheny trounces
Carrick I3-O. A small crowd sees the game and what a thrill they
receive! "Our team is good"-general opinion of Alleghenians.
October 30-The Langley game proves to be a sorrowful occasion for
Alleghenians, as Bernard Vogel, star left-end player, is seriously in-
jured and has to be rushed to Presbyterian l-lospital. All Allegheny
hopes for his speedy recovery.
November 5-The 'First floor hall of the remodeled building proves a
beautiful setting for the l2A Social. l-lallowe'en decorations on
the dance books give the occasion a merry holiday spirit.
November I2-The second issue of Wah l-loo is out, and it proves to
be a record-breaker. A "Home and School" issue. it makes up ably
for the lack of a Parent-Teacher's Night, which was its aim. Ac-
cepted and applauded with favor by all.
November I7-l-lalf eagerly, half timidly. the seniors inspected their
proofs sent from Studio Grande. Shocked expressions and satisfied
smiles are everywhere while seniors mob each other to see the re--
sults of 'one another's pictures. Verdict-Good. in fact, very good.
November I9--A beautiful snow storm prevents outdoor club pictures
so we brave the camera with its flash of powder indoors. More
pictures to worry about. l'll look human--l hope, l hope. "Such
is life"--Senior A.
November 23-Our new building is opened and'it's really a knockout.
A swimming pool. large gymnasium. and a beautiful auditorium are
a few of its marvelous features. Allegheny is truly a modern, beauti-
ful senior high school now.
December IO-Members of the senior class gather in front of the new
building on Sherman Avenue, presumably to take pictures. The
melee ends in a snowball battle with the innocent women and chil-
dren lsenior A girlsl brushing snow out of their hair, ears, and clothes.
Yes, boys will be boys!
December i3-Prom committee meets and decides the Prom must be
held in the new gym. The seniors are very disappointed. but with
chins up they determine to make it a grand success in spite of handi-
caps. And they will.
December I7-Our basketball team defeats Peabody. 43-38 in a grand
game, supported heartily by Alleghenians. The proceeds of the
game are to be used to help pay expenses of Bernard Vogel's injury
incurred in the Langley-Allegheny football game. Vogel. up and
around on crutches, is at the game and receives the best wishes
and welcoming smiles of Alleghenians.
December 2 I-"Yule-Log"-Last issue by the present statf showers upon
Allegheny its Christmas joy. An issue filled with the spirit of Christ-
mas and the wishes of the statf for a Merry Christmas to All.
December 23-The Christmas spirit pervades Allegheny's halls, as the
carol singers spread their Christmas joy. Around the tree we gather.
Serene and happy we look forward eagerly to the Christmas holidays.
January I9-Seniors scratch their heads and rack their brains as they
strive to think of what to write in the Year Book as eager under-
classmen seek autographs. But do the seniors enjoy the attention
they're receiving! They certainly do and they don't even mind
January 20-I-low we've been looking forward to the Wah l-loo Dance.
and how we have enjoyed it! The Staff and favored members of
the senior class will always remember the occasion. the first social
occasion in the new building.
January 2l-Laughter and gaiety fill the air this night. for the Prom in
the Gym proves the happiest occasion ever for this senior class.
Swinging and swaying, beautifully gowned maidens and attractively
attired gentlemen dance and thoroughly enjoy this evening. Ahl
lt's great to be alive.
January 28-Proud, with uplifted eyes, seniors accept diplomas in l-leinz
l-louse Auditorium. Wishes of luck and happiness surround us.
We've reached a height in our school career, and eager plans are
made for future activities. Although we all go our separate ways.
our thoughts and happiest dreams are of the days we spent in
Allegheny-the school with the grand spirit.
LAST ACT I
EIJ-IE curtain is drawn. the play is o'er,
This stage of life we leave,
We'll give the world the best we have
From patterns of lives we weave.
Life's happy days. to all seem so few,
Let's be brave as we part,
We'll meet once more on the other shore,
Looking back with remembrant heart.
THE SHIPS SAIL WEST
By Roy Colt
OCIHE ships sail west.
The ships sail west,
I know not where,
I know not where:
But honeyed isles ot peace and rest
And golden garlands Beauty-blessed-
Ay: somewhere on the white waves' breast
Lite's fairest tlow'rs-are there.
But tell me. who'll attain that favored side,
Some golden beach I
Where simple soulsprung pleasure doth abide?
For, oh, too 'Few may clasp ot those that reach
The ships sail west.
The ships sail west:
I know not where,
I know not where:
But roaring seas that know not rest,
That I-Ieavenward rise but always sink
Toward I-Iell, are there. And o'er the brink,
Death and eternity are there.
And tell me, who will span that wild divide,
Who bridge the breach?
The ships are slight, dark the abyss and wide:
A feeble few may clasp though many reach.
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Srl-lE Student Representative Body has throughout the semester
shown excellent leadership and cooperation with students and
faculty. The organization is composed ot capable persons elected by
their respective home rooms. The forty-one representatives met every
Wednesday to discuss problems ot the school and present educational
projects. The discussions included: the purpose of the Community Fund.
the value of scholarship, and the formation of habits ot thrift. The chair-
men ot the standing committees were: Scholarship, Lena Luzzo: Civic.
Robert Grabowskig Thrift, Robert Tegetott: Attendance, Ernest Nigrelli:
l-lome Room, Mike Frishkeyg Publicity, Mary Nicoll: Secretarial, Antonette
Slowilc. The sponsors were: Clara A. Scott, Lulu Kistler, Mary l. Bower,
Charles R. Fisher, Ralph E. Blalceslee.
President - - - Alex Berger
Vice President - - Lena Luzzo
Secretary - - Antonette Slowilc
Treasurer - - - Ernest Nigrelli
Sergeant-at-Arms - Mary Nicoll
QCIHE purpose of the Go-To-College Club is to prepare its members
for better participation in college life. and to provide a scholar-
ship for a worthy member, Such a girl is now enjoying our scholarship
in college. Every meeting is important, a new and helpful experience.
As opportunity permits, former members who are now in college or have
finished cheer us on. Among the happy adventures of the past semester.
we vividly recall an afternoon of entertainment at P.C.W. An amazing
and exciting adventure was our visit to the Cathedral of Learning which
connotes the luxuriant library, tea in the cozy Commons, and a loolc at
the fascinating treasures in the Foster Memorial. Right here in Allegheny
we are having daily thrills in our talent hunt. the result of which will ap-
pear in a later Wah l-loo.
President - Antoinette Dobrozdravic
Vice President - - Florence Bishoff
Secretary - - - Agnes Terry
Treasurer - Hilda Reitzel
Sponsor - - Miss Petty
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QCIHE O. G. A. is the business girls' club ot Allegheny. Members
are those who have shown meritorious work in shorthand. Among
the various activities ot the Gregg Artists are: lectures by prominent
people. aid to beginning shorthand students, picnics, song tests, moving
pictures, and a banquet. The Gregg Artists Club is a stepping stone
and introduction to the business world into which many wish to enter
after graduation. Under the guidance ot Miss Wylie, this club is a
President - - - Matilda Keller
Vice President - - Betty Evans
Secretary - - June Petterman
Treasurer - - Anna Krikston
Sponsor - - Miss Wylie
gig!-TE Girls Leaders Club's main purpose is to exercise leadership in
physical education and scholastic activities. A pep song writing
contest was staged among the members. The prize was divided between
the two winners, Florence l-lodder and Lillian Krislio. We had the pleasure
ot using the new gymnasium and are eagerly awaiting the time when we
can use our new gym suits. They are somewhat ditferent trom those ot
previous years. but are very attractive.
President - - Catherine Birsic
P Vice President - Tassie Lambrow
Secretary - - Mary Palmer
Treasurer - - - Julia Vargo
Sergeant-at-Arms - Jenny I-loselc
Sponsor - - - Miss Rowley
Boys LEADERS CLUB
I-IIS semester the Leaders Club was unable to carry on its usual
gymnasium program, because the new gym was not yet com-
pleted. We had many interesting meetings, during which we discussed
football and basketball rules. The club sponsored a benetit game against
Peabody, tor Bernard Vogel.
Alex Berger - - - President - - - John Waroblack
Robert Grabowski - - - Vice President - - Walter Dzierzanowslfi
Ray Earlin - - - - Secretary - - - - John Flowers
Mr. Springer - - - Sponsors - - - - Mr. Miller
IIA DRAMA CLUB
QC-Zvi-IE Drama Club, which met in 33'I every Friday, was a conglomera-
tion ot several grades. The president, Jean Thoms, was an IIB
as was the secretary, Louise Toth. The vice president was Jaclc Dean,
a l2B. As there were no facilities tor the production ot plays, the club
was given over to various activities: a trip to inspect the proposed
Athletic Field on Monument I-lill, an inspection ot the new auditorium,
a hilce, several musical and literary programs and a social. Tho' the club
did not "dramatize," as much as they would like to have done, all the
members enjoyed the period and that, after all, means much.
GCI!!-IE orchestra is composed ot the tinest musicians ot the school
regardless ot their grade. This semester has been devoted to re-
hearsals tor tuture performances such as the openingot the new building,
the spring concert and other public appearances. Among the pieces
rehearsed are "Three Dances trom I-lenry VIlI" by Edward German,
"Orpheus in der Unterweltu by J. Ottenbach, "Einzugsmarsch der
Bojaren" by J. I-lalvorsen and Tschailcowslcy's "Danse de la Fie-Drageef'
The orchestra meets the fifth period in morning under the direction ot
Mr. Keister in Room IO5, the new music room.
OCIHE unfinished gymnasium prevented the Leaders Club from en-
gaging in its usual activities. They have. however, not been in-
active. Cn a warm October afternoon, the girls, with Miss Boyd as
their guide, saw the beautiful display ot flowers at the Conservatory in
the park. To bring pleasure to a group of small children, the girls dressed
dolls tor Christmas. Every doll was lovely.
President - - Anna Oswald
Vice President - l-lelen l-ludacek
Secretary - - - Marie Codan
Treasurer - Anna Leinz
Sponsor - - Miss Boyd
EZ!!-IE IOB Drama Club held meetings once a week in Room 222.
Our club has attended several plays put on by the IOA Drama
Club. We produced one play tor the IOA group in return, which was
called "The Teeth of the Gift l-lorse." We also attended a play put
on by the Duquesne Drama Club called "Winterset." We had a Christ-
mas party which was a great success. Miss Boston gave us an interesting
travel talk tor one meeting and told her experiences to us.
President - - - Carolyn l-latner
Vice President - - l-larry Beradelli
Secretary - - Charles Tegethott
Stage Manager - Robert Raeder
Wardrobe Mistress - Dorothea Steele
Sponsor ---- Miss Kline
PANISI-I CLUB, sponsored by Miss Riddle, met regularly the third
period on Mondays. We had some very good reports and talks
by various members ot the club on Spanish ways and customs. the
Spanish people, and also about the Spanish American countries. The
purpose ot our club is to interest the students, not only in the language
itself, but also in the history and customs ot the Spanish spealfing people.
"Buena suerta a nuestros amigos de la clase de Febrero l938."
President - -- James Brungo
Vice President - - Emma Krall
Secretary - - Veronica Tonzo
Treasurer - - Earl l-lollinger
Sponsor - - Miss Riddle
SZHIS semester the Service Men had extra responsibilities since the
schedule during the construction ot the building made necessary
arrivals and departures almost every period ot the day. The men served
in halls, on doors, and as messengers and secretaries. Their service is
appreciated by students and faculty. i
OCIHROUGH the art club. special students have been given more
advanced art than was possible in our limited course. Our short
course in Interior Decoration was enjoyed by all. The social side ot the
club lite gave us some experience in the fine art ot living. p
"Lifting better up to best," has been the purpose ot the art club. Y
President - - E. Nye
Vice President - - R. Klorber
Secretary - - J. Perino
Treasurer - - - J. Dahl
Sponsor - - Miss I-lazlewood
SHE Wah l-loo Representatives are really the baclcbone ot the
magazine. A great responsibility is theirs, as they are the means
ot contact between the students and the statf. Their ideas and sugges-
tions brought from their rooms aid in making each issue better than its
predecessor. Their job is also to sell the Wah l-loo to the students, and
each one must be lively and enthusiastic, and consistently lceep Wah
l-loo in the minds of his classmates. Those elected to this ottice are
delegated to an important taslc and are invaluable to the success ot the
SERVICE SQUAD A. M.
- ARCHITECTURE CLUB
l-lE Architecture Club, a noteworthy club, has been doing nicely
this year even under the hardships induced by our present dual
schedule. The purpose ot the club is to give its members an idea ot
how the plans ot a house look when made to scale. The club imeets in
Room I28 every Monday. the third period. Mr. Medlock, a very capable
person, is our sponsor.
President - - - Carl Reiser
Vice President - Paul Schneider
Secretary - - Joseph Messner
Treasurer - - William Franz
Sponsor - - Mr. Medlock
bc-ZTHROUGHOUT the past semester the I-li-Y carried on with its
membership up to the limit and with a waiting list. lts members
enjoyed several social gatherings at the Allegheny Y.M.C.A. in coopera-
tion with similar clubs representing Oliver and Perry. James l-lawley, our
president, carried also the presidency ot the I-li-Y Council, which held
monthly meetings at the Allegheny Y. Our vice president took charge
ot most ot the weekly meetings.
President - - - James l-lawley
Vice President - Melvin Woltson
Secretary-Treasurer - Ernest Nigrelli
Program Chairman - John Jeletic
Sponsor -f-- Mr. Magill
. BIOLOGY CLUB
OCIHE Biology Club. sponsored by Mr. Wieand. met on Friday atter-
noon, in the Phipps Conservatory. The members became ac-
quainted with the Conservatory and the grounds, learning the names ot
the plants and the conditions under which they thrive. Gathering seeds
tor spring planting, making cuttings trom hot house plants, learning to
mix soil, and gathering specimens were some ot the activities ot the club.
The members experimented to determine the best time tor the germina-
tion ot several coniters. Bulbs ot Easter tlowers, poinsettia cuttings, and
planting ot many unusual seeds made up the rest ot the program.
BOYS COLLEGE CLUB
BOYS COLLEGE CLUB
DCTHE Boys College Club attempts to enlighten its members on
' questions ot importance in college lite, and to prospective college
students. Frats, college sports, educational problems are subjects ot
discussion and argument in the B. C. C. meetings. The members are also
given healthy diversion with days set aside tor singing. instruction in
Indian lore, and the club's field sports. The members ot the club are
representative ot every outstanding school activity.
President ---- Louis Slais
Vice President - Walter Melmauer
Secretary-Treasurer - Regis McKay
Sponsor - - - Mr. Blakeslee
ROWDED into 429, using imagination to replace costumes and
scenery, and rushing the program to get it finished by the 9:50 bell
took none ot the enjoyment or lite out ot Literary Society programs.
Pantomimes, short plays. sketches, and poetry proved the oratorical and
dramatic ability ot the Seniors. as a result ot the careful tutorage ot
Miss l-lowe. Louis Slais, president: Tommy Giloth. vice president: and
Ruth Steiner. secretary were the otticers who worked with Miss l-lowe
to make the programs successful. The Journal, Lit's crowning glory, was
ably handled this semester and much enjoyed by composers and listeners
alike. Literary Society is a grand organization. Good tellowship, amuse-
ment, and useful information are gained by all students belonging to it.
NYONE entering Room 429, Wednesday mornings, third period
was due tor a surprise. l-le ciidn't see a group ot boys and girls
nonsensically uttering nursery rhymes: he saw them patriotically reading
The Star Spangled Banner. ln the Unison Club one is taught to read
poetry rhythmically and sensibly under the direction ot Miss l-lowe, the
sponsor. Breathing exercises are a part ot the club. Distorted teatures
and gaping mouths are necessary to pronounce vowels and consonants
clearly and distinctly. Although there were no tormal meetings, since
all time is spent in reciting, otlicers were elected in order to have an
organized club. l-lenry Maitz as president and Clare Schroedel as secre-
tary collected and distributed poems and generally aided Miss l-lowe
in this novel club.
QCTHE members of the band appeared for the first time this semester
' in their new uniforms. Wearing red hats, blue coats, white Sam
Brown belts, and white pants they proved to the students and the com-
munity that they well deserved the support that has been given to them.
This semester, although the band has devoted much of its time to parade
worlc, rehearsals for future performances have not been neglected. The
band meets the eighth period in the morning in Room lO5. Drum major,
Charles Andon. Director, Mr. Kiester.
IOA DRAMA CLUB
l-IE IOA Drama Club, sponsored by Miss Ruth, has just completed
another successful season of drama work. The club was unable
to present a chapel program, as our auditorium has not yet been com-
pleted. Quite a few good plays have been presented before our club
and that of Miss Kline's IOB Drama Club, among which are the following:
"Where But in Americas'-directed by l-l. Linlc.
"Weenies on Wednesday"-directed by D. Maxa. '
"Anybody's l-louse on Monday A.M."-directed by A. Erzen.
"Movie Offer"-directed by John Swain.
"Fourteen"--directed by Ruth Ketter.
"The Neighbors"-directed by l-lilda Link.
ID you buy an Allegheny football pin from a Booster Club mem-
ber? We are glad to announce that our sale of these badges
was a huge success-made possible only by your cooperation. Our
interest is not only centered in school activities, but in the community
as well--especially during the Yuletide season. We were quite busy
making colortul scrapboolcs which we gave to a tew ot the many un-
fortunate children in local hospitals. To give variety to the meeting,
we have had occasional talks given by members ot the Allegheny Alumni.
Isabel Kazeva - - - President - - Marion Pandolto
Stella Kappas - - - Vice President - - Betty Nason
Pearl Lazzara - - Secretary - - LaVerne Cook
Bessie Kolarik - - - Treasurer - Louise Mangieri
Miss Miller - - Sponsor - - - Miss Messer
N spite of the lack ot space and time. the Senior Girl Reserves
heldrparties celebrating l-lallowe'en and Christmas. visited the
Cathedral. and also a radio station. The Junior Girl Reserves held parties
celebrating l-lallowe'en and Christmas, too. They visited the conservatory.
and also held a theater party. Together the two groups trimmed and
untrimmed Allegheny's Christmas tree. They also dressed dolls tor poor
children in the Kindergartens or the Pulolic Schools. Next semester, the
two groups will merge into one club.
Opal Ferrell -
Pearl Feil - -
Lillian Abel -
Betty Roll - -
- President -
- Vice President- -
- - Secretary - - -
- - -Treasurer- - -
- Dorothy Penman
- - Lea Clayton
- Irene Wunderlyf
oc'-Il-lE Stati ot the Annual and the Class ot January i938 wish to thank
Mr. Beachley, our principal: Mr. Fisher, our vice principal: the
home room teachers and all other members of the faculty: the ottice
secretaries: and the students-the hard working Wah l-loo Representa-
tives: the loyal subscribers, and the contributors-tor their constant sup-
port and generous assistance in making successful this Year Book.
bc-THE Statt and Class are appreciative ot the cooperation of our
associates in publication:
JOHN CRAWFORD PARK, Printer
STUDIO GRANDE, INC., Photographer
JOHN C. BRAGDON, Engraver
STI-lE Stat? and Class wish to thank cordially the Business Men who
received so graciously those representatives of Allegheny l-ligh
who approached them in the interest ot both School and Advertisers.
The Statt and the Class are proud ot the Advertising Section of the
Year Book, and urge the Readers to show their appreciation by patronizing
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OOKING back over Allegheny's l937 Football Records. shows us
that although Allegheny did not have an outstanding team it was
in the thick ot the battle. Again Allegheny was handicapped by not
having its own field to practice on and by having double sessions ot
school. This year the squad practiced at Langley l-ligh's Field. Alle-
gheny took two long trips this year going to Aliquippa and Martin's Ferry.
Allegheny had an entirely inexperienced team, and ended the season
with a record ot one win, tive loses and two ties.
Once again Allegheny was honored by the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph
which gave Maitz, Mall, and Jankus honorable mention 'in their selection
ot the All-Scholastic team.
Congratulations to Coach Springer, manager and the boys. Good-
bye team-Not by your records but by your spirit and sportsmanship are
FOOTBALL SQUAD RECEIVES LETTERS
N December 22, Allegheny's football squad received its letters.
Twenty-three members, the greatest number in a long time. re-
ceived varsity letters. They are:
Edward Butkovic Robert Lascher George Sirakos
Francis Dutiy l-lenry Maitz Chester Sobotka
Edward Dvorak Paul Mall Leonard Sokoloski
Clarence Elwood Regis Markle Bernard Vogel
George Giltoyle Regis McKay Robert Wurdock
Robert Grabowski William R. Marshall Edward Zilian
Joseph Jankus Angelo Petrakos Raymond Earlin, Manager
l-larold Keller Joseph Robibarro l-larry Springer, Coach
C ANY of Allegheny's players will graduate this semester. They
have all shown their worth as athletes for Allegheny. We wish
them luck and success in the future. I
The following are the senior members who have excelled in athletics.
EDWARD ABE BUTKOVIC
N BE'.' showed his real worth this semester as a player of both
football and basketball. l-le was half-back on our football
team. "Abe" scored only once but played a big part in our defense.
At the time of this writing, "Abe" is strutting his stuff on the basketball
court. l-le was high scorer in our opening game, scoring sixteen points.
Allegheny will surely miss Butkovic.
OHN was one of the five senior members of our basketball quintet.
Although he never played to the grandstand, John was a very fine
and rugged guard. Opponents found him very hard to score on. We
wish John luck.
HENRY "PANKA" MAITZ
C AITZ, one of our finest football players, played the full-back
position for Allegheny. Time and again Maitz would stop the
thrusts made by our opponents. Henry also gained many yards for
Allegheny, tallying a total of fourteen points. Maitz received fame by
receiving honorable mention on the Sun-Telegraph All- Scholastic team.
We wish Maitz success in his career as a Sandlot Footballer.
. OUIS was a member of our basketball squad, being one of the
five seniors. Louis played the forward position capably, a fine
defensive and offensive player. l-le gave all he could for the best of
the team. Loads of luck, Louis.
LEONARD "SOKO" SOKOLOSKI
FlNE dependable quarterback was "Soko." Although he never
carried the ball "Soko" led the interference and called the
signals well. A fine tackler and fair blocker. "Soko" is a friendly fellow,
and will certainly be missed.
HEER LEADERS CLUB is one ot the most popular clubs in our school.
A very enthusiastic group ot students gathered regularly every
Friday at noon this semester to practice the various cheers. Because ot
the over-lapping in the schedule, club meetings were changed to the
activity period. The purpose ot the club is to encourage more students
to see the excellent playing of our athletes. Doris Timmins added an
extra attraction by her splendid acrobatics during the cheering.
President - - Tony Bruno
Secretary - - Kay McVey
Sponsor - - Mr. l-lole
WILLIAM R. MARSHALL
ILL played a guard position on our tootball team. Although not
a regular, whenever Bill got his chance he tought hard and gave
all he could. Bill was on the squad tor two years. We wish him success
and luck in the years to come.
CP ETRAKOS was a tine end on our football squad. 'IAng" turned
in a nice completed touchdown pass against Martins Ferry.
which had the Ferryites worried. Angelo is another member ot our senior
quintet playing the torward position. I-Ie is known as a high scorer in
EORGE got his big chance when Keller, our regular center was
injured. George played such tine ball at the center position that
he was used often. I-le was also on the basketball team, playing the
guard position. A time passer and shooter. We wish him success.
ODDITIES IN THE IZA CLASS
Bill Guyton arriving on time tor O. E. his tirst period class.
Norma I-Iolden, going through the day with a shiny nose.
James I-lawley not wandering around the halls.
Roy Colt coming to school with his hair combed.
Matilda Keller telling a tunny joke.
Dragatine Mamich talking in a quiet voice.
Louis Slais not asking tor Prom money.
Walter Schiller actually coming to his report room.
Alex Berger speaking in a loud voice.
Bill Stewart with his hair marcelled.
Tony Bruno knowing his lines on O.. E.
Russell Baumbaugh sitting quietly in class.
Gerry I-Iickel not crashing a party.
Favorite Diversions -- IZA
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THELMA BAUER 1
EDWARD BOTT 1
GEORGE BURLAND 1
WILLIAM COLLINS 1
ROY COLT 1 1 1
THEODORE EBERT 1
JAMES HAWLEY 1
JOHN KATZBECK 1
NORMAN KEHRLI 1
LENA LUZZO 1 1
FRANK MAOUIRE 1
MICHAEL MANOS 1
ROBERT MARTIN 1
FREDERICK MILLER 1
MARY MILES 1
DAVID MORGAN 1
HOWARD MOSER 1
HELEN PAULOS 1
CARL RAITANO 1
EDWARD REUTER 1
JOHN SCHNEIDER 1
TILLIE SELTZER 1
WALTON STAPEL 1
JOSEPH SUKITS 1
WALTER ZOTTER 1
1 1 1 1 SPORTS
1 1 1 1 1 SWIMMING
1 COMPOSING MUSICAL PIECES
RALPH CHEETHAM 1 ' '
1 1 1 BASEBALL
1 1 1 1 1 1 BASKETBALL
1 COLLECTING AND WRITING POETRY
1 AMATEUR RADIO
1 1 1 LOAFING
1 CIRCULATING THROUGH THE HALl.S
1 1 CRAFTWORK
1 1 1 SLEEPING
1 SEEING BOB VANDERGRIFT
1 1 1 1 SLEEP
1 1 SWIMMING
1 1 1 1 SPORTS
- 1 DRAWING
1 DRAMATIC WORK
- - SINGING
- - 1 SPORTS
1 POOL SHOOTING
1 1 MRS, MAURER
LUCY ALIMENA 1 1
VERA BOTT 1 1
MARIE CANDIOTO 1
ANGELINE CODAN 1
EDITH CROWLEY 1 1
BOBETTE FAFATA 1
ALBERT FEITL 1
OPAL FERRELL 1
MICHAEL FRISHKEY 1
JOHN FULMER 1
MILDRED GILBERT 1
THOMAS GLOTH 1
DOROTHY GUNTHER 1
NCRMA JONES 1
EDWARD JUST 1
MATILDA KELLER 1
THEODORE KEY 1
CHLOE KREDEL 1
HARRY MARKOS 1
JOSEPH MCVEY 1
ALYS MEYERS 1 1
MARGARET MIKUSH 1
ROY MORROW 1 1
JUNE PEFFERMAN -
ENIS SARTORIO 1
VIRGINIA SEIGLEN 1
WILLIAM STEWART -
ROSELLA VAZZANA 1
RUTH WEIDNER 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 OLGA E. S
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S anything really important? Well, I don't think So. To worry is
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of some kind. as you're more than likely to worry yourself into thinking
you have an ache in your head or back or tooth or some other part ot
your body. Some people take upon themselves the big task ot worrying
about the financial condition ot the country. Can he by worrying relieve
it? Can anything relieve it? Least ot all, worry will do it. Then again
some people worry about the younger generation. Why? Because in
their day their parents worried about the younger generation and their
parents before them. And then again, a tew people go so tar as to
worry about holding their jobs. With Such an unemployment situation,
I ask you, is that necessary? There's always room tor one more on reliet,
and the W.P.A. still tunctions. Yes. taxes are a wonderful institution.
I might even go as tar as to say. certain individuals worry about School
work. You laugh? Yes, iSn't it tunnyg but yet it'S true. Science has
not yet determined the reason tor worry on the part ot certain members
of the so-called human race. It is a tunction as common as eating. as
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But-worry is the foundation ot progress. worry is the means ot
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whose sentiments are those ot the previous paragraphs are not those
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'Future generations. So. mark ye, seniors and underclassmen. Responsi-
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appreciation ot work well done, and your enjoyment ot a fuller, better
lite. Ot course one can't worry continually: so my advice is: set one
day in the week aside and do all your worrying then, and you'II find all
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A MUSICAL INTERLUDE
N EVER In a Million Years," "Will I Ever Know" the joys l've
known in my dear old Alma Mater--Allegheny I-ligh. 'You
And I Know its spirit will live torever within us. "So Many Memories,"
exalting. tear-jerking, and humorous will never die. When I think ot
graduation and its atter etfects, I know there's going to be "A Lull In
My Lite." "Someday, On a Little Dream Ranch, Down In Arkansas,"
in "Our Penthouse On Third Avenue," or wherever each ot us may be,
we'Il feel a "Desire" to be back in old Allegheny. As we trudged to
school this "September In The Rain," little did we know how tast the
time would tly until graduation. "There's No Two Ways About It, But
Detinitelyf' we will miss our triends and acquaintances that we will lose
atter we have Iett school. But the thoughts and dreams. no, "They Can't
Take That Away From Me." Some ot us have gone through school
"CareIessIy, I-Iaving A Wondertul Time," and now realize how wrong
that attitude was. and "Make A Wish" tor a new start. "Words Fail Me"
as I sit and retlect upon my stay in Allegheny and "I Know Now," as I
leave, "There lsn't Any Limit To My Love For You." "Will You Re-
member," the IZA Social, the Football and Basketball Teams. and the
Prom, when we danced "Till The Clock Strikes Three?" No, all these
are "Gone With The Wind." But now "No More Tears," but "Sing
And Be I-Iappy.", All the things we've known in Allegheny have been
grand, but we must "Make Way For Tomorrow" and plan our careers
with earnest thoughts and eager endeavors. "Once In A While," in our
busy routine ot lite, we will stop and think ot the old days in Allegheny.
"Without A Word Ot Warning," the tears may tall, just to say "You
Rate Four Stars With Me," Allegheny I-ligh.
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Ages shall roll by
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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE
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