Allegheny High School - Wah Hoo Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1945
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35 S WE, the class of Ianuary, 1945, go forth
from the nails of Allegheny into a war-
torn woricl, we are leaving a record of our school
life. It is the hope of the editors that this record,
our Yearbook, will through all the years to
come recall time memory of our class, its work
and play, its friendship with schoolmates, and
its respect for and loyalty to principals, sponsors.
and all faculty members.
Am PORTER Boss, for four decades
member of the social stuclies depart-
ment, retired from active service in Iune, 1944.
C. A. Mecitock, mechanical drawing instructor,
for thirty-six years, will retire in January, 1945.
in gratitude for service of distinction not only in
their own departments but throughout the school
the class of lanuary, 1945, ciedicates its Year-
MARY PORTER Boss
In S tlistory instructor. Ma,ry Porter Boss intrortucert
many Attegtleny tvoys anct girts to the rictn,
pageant of ttie past. The cotorfut illustrative material
atways to tae founot on the tzuttetin boards in tier room
and tier discriminating interpretations have illuminated
for tler pupils great tzistoricat movements.
Att the memtners of this class were Miss Boss's
pupits. Att prize ,IGF instruction: att witt remember
tler as a finely cuttureot and gracious woman, devoted
to Attegtleny Higti, to which stie made a rictz con-
tritmtion tnottl as student and as teactter.
C. A. MEDLOCK
R many years C. A. Mediock has taught
mechanical drawing at Allegheny Higll. Expert
in his field, ine has prepared many of his pupils for
responsiimie positions as draftsmen and has directed
others into engineering and architecture. As financial
sponsor of tile Wah Hoo for more than a ciecade,
gate official at bail games, and earnest worker for all
Allegheny proiects, Mr. iweciiock has given to Allegheny
a fine and friendly school-wide service.
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ROBERT C. MILLIKIN
ROY T. MATTERN
ROBERT C. MILLIKIN, Principal ROY T.
W. BRUCE ALLEN
A. DOROTHEA ALSTON
ALPH E BLAKESLEE
MARY I. BOWER
MARY I. CALDWELL
M. R. COOLEY
GEO. J. EMMINGER
AGNES M. FLINN
F. H. FLOYD
ANNE M. GEORGE
JOHN A. GRUBER
EDNA M. HECK
LOUIS G. HOLE
W. HOWARD KEISTER
MARGARET G. KLINE
ROBERT B. MAGILL
MATTERN, Vice Principal
MARY S. MAURER
C. A. MEDLOCK
ELLA M. MESSER
GRACE H. MILLER
LAURA M. MYERS
ALICE M. SCHWARTZ
CLARA A. SCOTT
HELEN M. SMITH
HARRY M. SPRINGER
W. BROWN STERRETT
SARA C. TESH
MYRTLE E. WYLIE
AUGUST SIPPEL, Book Clerk
MARY GRAEBING, Secretary MARGARET MEJCKINNON, Dietician
'Kon Sublmliml Leave.
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eepi er ind '
Is in hir s rts.
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rk-haire an I Baba
excels i rc stra d Eng-
ish. mbe of .iris
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e on en tate he is
t v' e id of the
irIs . Barbards
outs' e is the CiviI
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witty. makes ef SI:
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w ing c ooI.
l Iish. etty is
oss 1.9 sEi.Lo
P - se i -I' re'I r of
th ' e th rad rama
C b,a -,-1" mem-
ber of h .2 oo Staff.
Her ambition 'co become
a teacher. Se ng occupies
her Ieisure time.
0'-' I L I VEK
v ri e b 1 i a ebr
o e time
evoI:e writin ervice
n. Sh p ns o , in 'che
Women's Marine Corps.
be ome a Wy,
ebre grea G- i . -
t su , 'c ' Ig
st mhz isu '
me Ia t
subject is aero-
Garry plans to
GEO E I LA
T lc' a g n -A - rse.
rge lil: - ' and
h cal , r ry' Fo
ba - - r 1' e
fa orit Q-I , rge
op to ' t th
h es e e
Marine C rps 4
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l IJ! eel: a v n is
ice esid nt Girls
ine Sh Club. Her
' e ntly. He n'
re is ' rd d en
bo l' and da .
s to becom a s e og-
R N er
r na s n achin
a ar o s n
s blects -
t lbuted ex r
in scho aff .
becom ra n
machi s ' im.
name ha een o
Vice President of the Senior
Class is shy but friendly
Bob. His interest is. in
sports and mechanical draw-
ing. Bob is also an active
member of IZA Drama
honor roll ver '
i SHIRLEY CROOKH M
T ativ a d ee e
my Shir quali s. e
' i n, too f er ex-
ent i n eciting
in Dfx lub. Sh ey was
a Wa Hoo Rep ' e
would like to become
if i r
for five semestersisgfix
n-o ' s
r orking .att
ool and collecii ' ,
.which ' . eep
her b she's not
sewing. o be me a tele-
phone operator is her de-
Dorothy's orite ubject '
boolrlree i A be
the Sq ,
plans o a b -
lreeper s r. e
commercial ur as
helped D h ork
Duncan is a member ot
Boys Leaders Club. He
enjoys mechanical drawing
and machine shop, the sub-
ject in which he excels. His
ambition is to become a
machinist. The Army will
soon claim Rufus.
Always smiling, Margaret
enjoys skating. She is tak-
ing commercial subjects but
enjoys orchestra more than
any other subject, She is
a member of Girls Wood
Shop Club. She worlrs atter
iet oe enjoys achine
and his es es
in ma . a ' g
the out-o o
team u es is e' ure
time. .l reters the avy.
MY RTLE FAWCETT
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o e a
Engl' ' F
ish and typin are h
a or s her many hours ot
WILLIAM ,FKN f
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GLEN NA FO RSYTHE
Friendly but shy Glenna
wants to be a secretary.
A member of the Senior
Girls Leaders Club, she en-
joys skating. l-ler tavorite
subject is English. Glenna
is frequently on the honor
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cludes me h r wing
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I it u I ' ris in
MA G CHO
a re ary is e's
an th ut re4 igb
now I ime 1 b
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ci a vorit
GERAL NE G O
To ' Aeauti ' is
m urs oller skat-
w rlcing a er
Qera i e bits eral-
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: o ies
s es not It
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Ray's inter st i .
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Ha o-luc ary ai
becom sea .
Sh enjoy ing
ugh r igh
ye rs er sl: ing owl-
i nd dan ' g are
fav rite p . is
a m er Wood
Ajoba eandymah-r ytzpsl.
Nicl? sy aftensoh . is
kms e subjec ,ls ch -
istr his favo e s or s.
wing and ic slrgting.
A r graduation Nick will
enter the Navy.
GLORI LaRUE INMON
G y ulcl lilre
e n f r a er
favorite su 1 . All sports
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NXfithJ a Tllard o o
anddafglirls il AIS
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fun-Ming na r . She e -
joys her English as well as
excels in it. Doris works
half a day as a stenog-
ienclly' - ' Y , iv
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-. he pro -- '-
I or e sc 4 s
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cellxng s e
often wi p
:Nez 1 NS
followed ral course
Dom stic ome loving
Inez li er best liked
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the Ho Xia
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6 0 a air
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em -V t e 2 I e
ad, an - D a lub.
4 ' ha h
'I a I o the
' . fr' 1: . 'l" has
s b fying hair.
I she will
d ea culture
.lack is now in the Marines,
Well lilced by his class-
mates, he was the live-
wire of all his classes. .laclc
was a member of the Jano
Club and the Fort Pitt
football team. Collecting
half dollars is Jaclfs hobby.
VALENTINE KAN '
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a His ' v ' su 1 ,
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for one seaso
my and my b c .
rgaret i l ng 'to e-
cgme mm. Roll I sk
ing ' er favori er-
. She wifi!! n the
C t Cor a
atte o ti is taken
by or ing n owling.
i ' is em of t e
Part as ice'S
J Chine op ub. ak?
y ing h ommer ill rs ,
s a s to be e df .
l ' would like 'si to I
e Cadet Nur
jzndly Catherine enjoys
and sewing. She is
' g I: for the war
by w ' er
sc 0 . a erine is p -
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t th h
s , is re 4 co nize
s th g in sth h ll sell
DOROTHY A. KLUVO
Charming Dorothy will enter
Penn State after graduation.
Her winning manner will
be a great aid in helping
her achieve her ambition
as an Air Hostess. A
member of the Girls Col-
lege Club. Dorothy finds
dancing her favorite pas-
THELM KNO DLER
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renc n e .- ' f -
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1 . occupies
of hcr ex ra curricular
s se retar nd
trea u c ine
e e -
ing ps. S i an
ar asebahb' a a ra
fan and would Ii e to be
T tive Joy winning
ys. Hcrf i pastim
is danci is
er of e ervi quad
s se ve
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SAMUEL A. KRAP
' La-vfom o art andy
a ne f
tw all call. He
-gzten s t his life
w ' s occup gchf
his Q, a ' wwe
as dramat entertaining.
Phil ' eni e i
loving and o spirit. e
co to mx
a math. 0
ten college, where e
likes dancin and spor
take the technical ourse.
Dwain is very ' ' in
sports, both in and of
school. ' vice pre
dent of the Lead
Club and p ' ' ate
baseball. H d like
become a dra ts . but
the Navy comexsxiirst.
Jolly Franlr's desire is to
become a chemist. for he
excels in chemistry. Franlc
has held the offices ot
president, and vice presi-
dent ot his home room and
of athletic representative.
Franl:'s name always ap-
pears on the honor roll.
As bby, ie likes to
cl ct na s ts. Her col-
l tion ' e and varied.
arie's vorite subjects
are English and chorus. This
songbird of I25 works and
attends school at the same
W UDREY ANCE
OR . LAMARK
I FI pe c president ot
d Shop Club, is a
' il Air Patrol Cadet.
his honor student is inter-
ested in music n aero-
nautics. She pl s to be
either a ch stry or an
EDWARD SAMUEL LEE
Handsome Eddie. star quar-
terback of our football
team, would like to become
an aviator. He is secre-
tary of Boys Leaders Club
and excels in art. His favor-
ite subiect is math review.
Ed is known in Allegheny
for his ability in athletics.
IAM lk WFLLYN
ntelligent d " erved.
ill is presi t the IZA
s, v' pr sident' of
ent ou . qnd, 'esi-
dent'jhis ' eroo' An
aciv er q e
' m b f ii.
of hz! tewhelehjoys sir
K0 if ejryiky .5 anis
lff"" if 6 L -
"Come esta usted. Senor
Hayward?" You've prob-
ably guessed it. Hayward
takes his Spanish very seri-
ously and intends to make
use ot it in some Latin
American country. He is
also a drama and a sports
l t .' . .
er ' apprn oug
J dhsic? She-"'2i1Toy5"l chorus
nd intends to a pro-
! essi aliiingqy' Out ot
schogjahe isna member of
the oundkdlleoples Club.
Rosie sends boxes to her
C m y o
mm' , ska ' 3 p
tty y af s l
JTO bec e n ir es
A is her m 'on n ' 4
and in re h fav e A
subj cts 0
snaps of her
tion as a stenographer is
lap! . K
and owl' . Al ugh
lil: m h i ' is
to com thor. ois'
fr dly vi cio man-
her wide popu-
L s e ler a g
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Margaret, friendly and
charming, was with us for
just a short while. Her
chosen course was the com-
mercial one. She excelled
in shorthand and typing.
Margaret was athletic
minded and enjoyed all
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Jolly Bernice is the secre-
tary of her home room.
Otten on the honor roll,
she enjoys English very
much. Bernice is well liked.
Making friends and bowling
are her hobbies.
Br ' s and brawn mixed
'th humo are he makeup
o Rus . v t our
ablet e a a
mem r a le s
ath tic ams ongs
hn' mbition to be
a che ical engineer.
Norma is small, but her
ability is great. She has
talcen the commercial course
and would like to become
a beauty operator. Her
favorite subject is chorus.
Tennis is Norma's favorite
sem' JE y E
a ing cou
re u ler slnat
to teach in
e m - ch o
T lc' e 4' be I: t.
hoy em :dltindis
g Sp eas i r 4-
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B nd i gre Betty's
t su . B tt
er r. h l
h e I r s d
b s t
n ak p
' ' co' kating
f- ancing are
' . Zor a belongs
to baske ball and volley-
ball team .
60,1 -f 1- rl aders
is orka r ". ori e sub-
c i t - - ,
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er af i k
BET Y RI ARD ON
if Z Y
e make usrc
car In atte c oo
ours e an
a er po u r.
ing, skating, tak-
ing pictures of r class-
ates are llon" favorite
iversions. Il is akin'
ans o e
nur r oc or. ona is
ban asure mber
I2th ra e am 5 n
fj d o a t
Lf V' college pre atory c e
n pl b c e a
Wah Hoo resent 'l .
Excelling in clothing and
typing, lively Jane is taking
the commercial course. An
excellent tap dancer she
enjoys dancing, sewing,
basketball, and football.
Her clubs are, Twelfth
Grade Drama and Cheer-
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in my te . K i V
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an c us are her tawgcyjg
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D st a er, lr s ook-
find reat ple sure in
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nd l rlen
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avo te sybj rs
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Tony m its
onlte a tc er
A Sarah Heinz House mem-
ber, pretty Frances likes
swimming. Excellent in
secretarial training, she in-
tends to become a secre-
tary. Frances' name has ap-
peared on the honor ll
iany ti . IW
JOSEPH S. SEPAC
A member of the e
crew and c repe
r , an o
l es e ' j rawing
rcs. His gb
zdi and ' ' not for
the o 3
tuna collige urse in
Elmer, a lively member of
424, hopes to join the
Navy. Interested in all
sports. he is a member ol
Boys Life Saving Club. His
favorite subjects are aeros
nautics and mechanical
To com gob p
Geo e esi e. m-
be oys Club
X ad' an rtrst he Wah
h-loo sta rge excels in
art. He rs alcing a general V
Fri d E hs s t a
Se .l o bln lloweq de-
ecome a mem-
r the Marine Corps.
r h r ambition. She
H some Fr excel in
'str . ' v nd
d ' .
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ris ' '
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is 1 Q - r on
graduati h' '-Y mem-
be ing 3 thi Arr
PAULINE E. ETAC
Pauline, who ' ' a d
res ed, finds s ory
En he es ' ts.
T h r will
train for n in the
Shadyside ospital School
ROBERT 1. THOERNER
' g is h ppy-go-l clcy
ob's hobby ber
oy e ' io
ancinytndge rpo .
aim is to e cert' ed
public accou ut first
comes the v Q!
OLIVER THO S
N elev on
ba s Ol'
ir minded. he exc
rr rr -
n . is extracurricular
c avi res rn e e esr
resentatrv and of
l25. and of Boys College
Club. Ollie's interests are
sports and college.
W fl ai
Editor ot the Wah Hoo,
secretary and social chair-
man of her home room.
stamp and bond salesman,
Ann has chosen journalism
for her career. Always an
honor student, Ann enjoys
all subjects, especially Eng-
Albert is talcing a college
course, excelling in math,
although he enjoys chem-
istry and physics more.
Always on the honor roll,
he would like to take a
scientific course in college,
but upon graduation will
enter the Army.
Althou r ' t. J k
I ' ' ing d b vl-
J ing. H i oirj art
, er .
l tt a u ti
' Jack plans tol
Friendly and witty Marcella
is the secretary of Girls
Machine Shop Club. The
subjects she likes best are
English and typing. To be-
come a salesgirl is her
ambition. The Waves have
caught Marcella's eye.
LeRoy needs no introduc-
tion. He has served on
the football, the basketball,
and the baseball teams: as
athletic representative: and
as a member of Boys
Leaders Club. LeRoy's ex-
cellence in art won him a
place on the Wah Hoo
Shy and quiclc, George is
now in the Army Air Corps.
George was manager of
the baslcetball team, a
member of Boys Leaders,
and sports reporter for the
Wah I-loo two semesters.
George maintained con-
sistently honor rank.
HE Y YEE
ry' ef interest is
il ing model airplanes
alth he also enjoys
foo I , baseball. and
s ll. A member of
Leaders and stamp
pediter of his home
room, he hopes to enter
the Army Signal Corps.
The Lily Pons of the class
is small and attractive
Mary. A member of Girls
Machine Shop, of the
volleyball and of the
basketball teams, Mary
plans to become a sales-
girl. She enjoys all her
subjects, especially chorus
E gI h d h I
d 5. He Irlres to play
I tb II H h t k
mer coo. en is. a
GRADUATING WITH HONOR
WILLIAM JOSEPH ADOMITES
DORIS JEAN JACK
VALENTINE KANTZ, JR.
THELMA JEAN KNOEDLER
FLORENCE H. KOHLER
PHILLIP I. KURTZ
FLORENCE J. LAMARK
BERNICE MATHILDA NUSSKERN
JOHN S. PALKOT
FRANCES C. SELJAK
OLIVER JOSEPH THOMS
Ken, with his pleasing smile
and gracious personality,
has taken a general course.
Although not with us in
IZA, he completed his
necessary credits in Sum-
Sh I K t
present. in the United
President - ---- William Llwellyn
Vice President ----- Robert Blaszak
Secretary - Florence Koliler
Treasurer - Thelma Knoedler
Sponsor - Mr. Sterrett
Hall o'F Fame
YOU don't have to be good at riddles to uncover the identity ot this
able graduate. l-le was president ot Boys College Club. guard on
the 'First string ot Allegheny's tootball team. business manager ot the
XXfah Hoo. president ot his home room. president ot Student Council.
You've guessed it. Oliver Thoms. These responsibilities did not prevent
his being active in social events. Studies took up a great part of his
time. Aeronautics and mathematics are Oliver's tavorite subjects. When
the list ot accomplishments is added up. the result is an energetic. un-
seltish leader-Oliver Thoms.
ANN has made a lasting name tor herselt in Allegheny through her
excellent work as editor of the Wah l-loo. That Ann is Allegheny's
Dorothy Thompson. is plainly evident in her tree-Flowing thought-provok-
ing editorials. Journalism at Pitt is to be Ann's next venture. Outstand-
ing in public speaking. play writing. play producing. and acting. Ann
balances her program by selling stamps and bonds. As a business
woman she has no superior. Prominent in both social and scholastic
activities. Ann always attains honor rating. Ann's bright smile. triendly
disposition. efficiency. and perseverance-she always sees things through
-assure her success.
HARD work. socials. and Walter Armstead just naturally mix. Capable.
well rounded Walt is our Yearbook Editor. l-lis etticiency was tested
by the many handicaps set him by a class numbering 'Fewer than one
hundred. Patient photographer, persistent tollow-up man tor club con-
tracts. able diplomat with engraver and printer. Walter carried his re-
sponsibilities well. Popular dancing partner. loyal supporter of football
teams. active member ot Boys College Club. and clever master ot
ceremonies. Walter lent his jovial spirit to all activities. The l-lallowe'en
Masquerade Ball. the great success ot the year. was initiated by Walter
Armstead and Oliver Thoms. Walter's boundless energy and sparkling
wit have won him many triends in Allegheny.
ATTRACTIVE, stylish Kay Johnson will long be remembered at Alle-
gheny as a sparkling mistress of ceremonies at many lively and
entertaining floor shows. Our class dances and socials were always
pepped up by her resourcefulness and talent. Kay, herself. an ac-
complished musician, makes piano playing her hobby. A portfolio of
music, both classic and popular, is always within her reach. Kay's
versatility found expression on the Circulation Staff of the Wah I-loo:
in the captaincy of the third period Service Squad: and in acting in
Twelfth Grade Drama. I-ler ambition is to become a dress designer.
WELL did William Llewellyn deserve the offices he held-president of
the senior class, vice president of Student Council. and president
of 424. Quiet, but at the same time jovial, Bill was on the track team
for two years, where he majored in high jumping. Although the various
offices which he held took much time, he found hours, too, for dancing
and bowling. The class appreciates his leadership in the solution of
many perplexing problems. William is an all-round good student. t-Iis
college plans have been set aside until the close of the war. William
prefers the Navy.
REMEMBER the busy fellow with the notebook and pencil who caught
every play at our football games-George Wright, our Wah I-loo
sports writer. This popular section of the school publication has long
been under George's keen supervision. Quiet and reserved George laid
down his notebook and pencil to join the ranks in Uncle Sam's Air Corps.
There is no doubt that he will establish a record there as enviable as
the one he made in Allegheny. While in Allegheny, he always held a
place on the I-lonor Roll. Intelligent and efficient, George is just an
all-round nice fellow with many, many friends.
WI-IEN it comes to selling bonds and writing shorthand, the versatile
secretary of the senior class, Florence Kohler. takes top honors.
Florence with her pleasing smile and manners, has fairly magnetized
dollars for Uncle Sam's cause. She spent a year as an Allegheny repre-
sentative of the Government. She is continuously on the I-Ionor Roll.
Florence was indispensable in many school activities.
ROBERT BLASZAK. reserved and intelligent. was a model student at
Allegheny. Knowledge and Bob naturally go together. Frequently
attaining a place on the honor roll, he claims as his favorite subject
history. with physics a close second. Very popular in the senior class.
Bob is noted for his versatility. l-le displayed his leadership as vice
president of 424. ln order to enjoy more fully his hobby. dancing. Bob
belonged to an after-school pre-prom dancing group. Bob is sedate
and mannerly. and his lively sense of humor makes him a jovial companion.
l-le would like to become a metallurgist.
YOU have all heard the song, "Sweet and Lovely." Well the composer
must have had some one like our class treasurer in mind. Thelma
Knoedler. For sweet and lovely she is indeed. Thelma was an honor
student throughout her course. She has a knack for asking for money
in such a gracious way that even the hardest senior surrendered promptly
to her appeals. Thelma impresses us all by her friendliness and her
knowledge for bookkeeping and shorthand.
JOHN PALKOT, better known as "Russian," is an all-round student.
l-le turned to sports. study, and extra-curricular events with an "l'll
do my best" attitude. Most people know "Russian" because of his
participation in football and basketball. l-lis closer friends know him
for and enjoy his humorous quips and bits of philosophy. One of his
favorite sayings is: "Poverty is no disgrace, but it's an awful incon-
venience." The title "Mad Chemist" was bestowed upon John not
without reason. for mathematics and chemistry are no sticklers for him.
Those subjects are likely to be the foundation of a successful career-
a career delayed by the war.
SMILING. dance happy Betty Blaha was responsible for the success
of many of our school social events. "Betz" was also a conscientious
student. l-ler untiring spirit in the Girls Leaders Club. the Wah l-loo
Book Shelf, and dancing was marked. l-ler joy in dancing is contagious
as shown in the l-lallowe'en Dance when "Betz" led some mem-
bers of the Girls Leaders Club in a country tap dance and later joined
the audience in "cutting a mean rug". English is her favorite subject.
but typing and shorthand are close seconds. Betty plans to enter
business school next fall.
September 5-On the calendar it's Tuesday. ln our minds it's 'the
first day of school. We return after a glorious summer vacation.
Oh, how good everybody looks!
September 7-Books all ready. Oh well, we're seniors, now. l guess
we can take a little bit of work with our fun.
September 8-Allegheny plays Bellevue in a scrimmage game. Score
is 20-6. Bellevue just isn't competition to us. Watch our smoke
when we play league games.
September I2-Tuesday is the new day on which we purchase bonds
and stamps. l.et's all back the attack! Buying bonds will bring
back our boys sooner.
September I5-Why all the Red and Blue? Are all these the backer-
ups of-our fighting eleven? South l-lills bows to Allegheny, 20-7.
That eleventh-hour rally pepped our spirits.
September 2 I-l-low good we feel up front in senior seats. Today was
our first assembly. Our own class participated in it.
September 22-Peabody also takes a back seat. Score is I2-6. Didn't
we say that our team was sure-fire?
September 28-l-lip, hip and pass that ball! Our dance was today.
What a success! A pep-rally-get-acquainted dance with over six
hundred people all dancing and watching the wonderful floor show
of singing. dancing, and even the football squad. Some show,
some dance! We want more.
September 29-Allegheny shows Langley who is boss as we trim them,
I3-7. Section ll, here we come. as champs again.
October 5-Allegheny meets Perry today. Well, maybe we didn't want
to be City Champions. What if we do lose one game! We'll beat
' Carrick next week.
October 9-Today we learn that five of our best men are hurt. What
luck! lt never rains but it pours. Drip, drip, drip.
October I I--The class decides on its photographer. We go to Strem's
for the first time. l-lere's hoping!
October I2-Columbus' birthday. What thanks we owe to him tor dis-
covering this wondertul country ot ours. We should all be grateful
that we are citizens in these United States.
October I3-Today is Friday the thirteenth. Carrick ruins Allegheny's
plans. 28-I3. This just isn't our year. Let's give somebody else a
chance at the title. We had it last year. Darn those black cats!
October I8-The tirst edition ot the Wah l-loo goes to the printer's.
The Circulation statt goes way over the quota set. Today every-
one's a-twitter. We can hardly wait tor the Wah l-loo distribution.
October I9-At last the much talked about report cards. Everything
seems to be on the cards except what we had tor breakfast.
October 20-The game with Millvale postponed on account ot rain.
We can wait till Monday to beat them.
October 23-A busy day. Pictures are to be taken. That is why the
seniors are all sharped up in suits. ties. and high-heels. Allegheny
comes back atter losing two games. We beat Millvale, I3-O. l-lot
dog! lwith mustardl.
October 25-First edition ot the Wah l-loo is distributed today. Those
bright covers make everyone's eyes pop. Boy, is it neat and is
the statf proud! Just watch them strut.
October 26-Why are there clowns, witches and devils in the lunch-
room? Oh, I know, advertising the l-lallowe'en Masquerade Ball
tomorrow night. Seems as it everyone is going.
October 27-Are we seniors busy today. The gym is being decorated.
Leaves and corn stalks are brought in and pumpkins dressed up.
What's the occasion? Why it's the l-lallowe'en Masquerade Ball.
This. the tirst all-school night dance Allegheny has had tor many
years. At the dance all sorts ot dignitied and tunny costumes.
Even a tew teachers come in costume. By the way, Oliver again
took the high light as they beat us by the score ot I3-7.
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October 30-3 l-Today and tomorrow the classes are interrupted by the
colhstant going and coming ot pupils who are having club pictures
November 3-Allegheny finishes her season by taking Fitth Avenue.
48-I3. Why couldn't we have beaten the other teams as we did
November 8-Why are the seniors so excited? lt's just that the proots
are here. In general, not bad. By the way, tonight's the night our
parents meet our teachers. Brrrrrr.
November IO-Today is Friday betore Armistice Day. Just our luck!
That means no Armistice Day vacation.
November I7-The last ot the club pictures were taken today. Now
the question is when will they be back. l-lo hum!
November 21-Those big beautitul books are distributed. All yellow
and brown, the Wah l-loo otters enjoyment tor all.
November 22-Bulletin says we are to be dismissed early. What's the
big occasion? Oh, gobble. tomorrow's Thanksgiving.
November 27-Today we return to school atter a glorious 'Festive Thanks-
giving. Who said turkeys were scarce?
December I-My. my. only twenty-tour more days until Christmas! I
hope St. Nick isn't late.
December 4-Once more those dreaded report cards. Still they don't
record what we had tor breaktast. Maybe next time. Anyhow,
the third time is the charm.
December 7-Three years ago today the infamous attack on Pearl
l-larbor rocked the world. We are "celebrating" the day by buy-
ing bonds to wipe the Nips into eternity.
December ll-I2-I3-Do you know what happens when you sing "White
Christmas" too much? Only a mere eighteen inches do we have
ot snow as a result. At least we had a two-days vacation. What
fun! My back still aches from shoveling snow.
December I5-Are you wondering why there are Christmas trees and
decorations in the Arch Street hall? l'll let you in on a secret.
lt's tor the IZA Social. You can bet your boots land they are so
hard to getl that everything will turn out super.
December I9-Santa, you're so early. Why? lt's the big all-school
Christmas Party with a tloor show, decorations, music. and all sorts
ot fun. The real Christmas spirit is going to be portrayed with a
really live Santa and a huge tree.
December 2l-Yum, yum! Don't you just love those nice home room
Christmas parties complete with ice cream, candy, and all sorts ot
December 22-The traditional Allegheny Christmas program. Again we
are put in the true holiday mood with a beautitul pageant and the
singing ot carols. This year the Boys College and the Girls Go-To
College Clubs are responsible tor the program. Aren't you just
thrilled by the tact that Monday is the great day? Well, Merry
Christmas and a l-lappy New Year, alll See you next year.
January 2-Well, here we are again after a glorious vacation. Let's malce
a resolution that this year will be better than any we have ever
had, and that peace shall reign throughout the entire world.
January I5-Oh, happy dayl Stunt Day. You know, the day that the
seniors pretend that they are youngsters once more.
January lo-At long last, Senior Day. Our memories ot you, Lady
Allegheny, will always be cherished. We, the seniors, present you
underclassmen, with the lcey that was bequeathed us by all the
preceding graduating classes. Talre care ot it, future seniors, and
ot all the traditions it symbolizes. Farewell, Allegheny. We do
not regret leaving because you have prepared us well for the
January 24-A big night tor all ot the Class ot January, l945. Com-
mencement Day is here. We are the proud possessors ot A.l-l.S.
diplomas. l-lail and tarewelll
Pugr- Tliirly Illrifr-
Tuesday. January I6, I945
March-Class ot January, I945
Salute to the Flag
Bible Reading - -
Stamps and Bonds -
Presentation ot Key
Acceptance of Key -
Presentation ot Athletic
William Llewellyn, President
- Mr. Millilcin
CLASS OF FEBRUARY, l945
January 24. l945
Presentation of the Flag and Flag Salute
The Star-Spangled Banner - - - Class and Audience
'Welcome Address-The Future of Pittsburgh - Joy Konstan
Transportation Facilities ---- Bernice Nusslcern
"Le Pere de la Victoire" - - Ganne
Recreation Projects - - - - John Pallcot
"The Smiling Dawn" ltrom Jephetal - - - - Handel
Betty Blaha Dorothy Dengiler Florence Kohler
Margaret Kellum Shirley Roth Norma Pesano
Natalie Miller Lois Novak Mary Zatfora
Bernice Nusslcern Marie Lance Pauline Stack
New Industrial Developments ----- Philip Kurtz
Selection-Entrance of the Sirdar from "Caucasian Sketches"
Violin Duet, - - - Valentine Kantz and Louis Martin
Farewell Address-Greater Educational Opportunities
Presentation of Diplomas
Retiring of the Flag-America - Class and Audience
"The Rainbow Division"-March - - - D. Nirella
WE. the Graduating Class ot January, l945, and the Yearbook Statf,
wish to express our deepest appreciation to Mr. Millikin, Mr.
Mattern, members ot the taculty, and underclassmen.
Xlffe appreciate the generous cooperation ot our associates in publication:
John Crawford Park, printerg Strem Studios, photographer: and John
C. Bragdon. engraver.
Finally we give a note ot thanks to the business men, our advertisers.
who have given us their loyal support. We are proud ot our Advertising
Section and urge all readers to patronize our advertisers taithtully.
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THE WAH HOO
STUDENTS OF THE ALLEGHENY HIGH SCHCOL
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ETHEL MARTIN -
PAT O'TooLE -
INA CJIIESTNUT -
JUNE CAssEY -
GEORGE WRIGHT -
KAY JoHNsoN -
GEORGE MARTIN -
MARY JANE PAPPAS
ANGELA PUSATERI -
- MARY S. MAURER Art -
- M. R. COOLEY Finance
- CLARA A. SCOTT
- ELNA TUOMELA
- PAUL FAETH
- ROBERT KNOCH
A .JAMES WYLLIE
- KATHLEEN ZIEGLER
- - SANDRA SHINE
A - BETTY BLAHA
- FLORENCE I.0RlTZ
- RAY HORVATH
- PAUL CARLSON
- DONALD CROFT
MARY Lou RICHEY
- PEGGY HoI.LuRoER
- - OLIVER THoMs
RosE MARIE ILWNDES
- - HAROLD DAHL
- NATALIE MILLER
- - RUTH DUVALL
- - ALLEN KRUPP
- MILDRED HLAwATI
- LORRAINE VESELY
Ross MARIE BELLO
A. DOROTHEA ALSTON
- C. A. MEDLOCK
FORREST H. FLOYD
WAH HOO STAFF
Mary Lou Richey, Ethel Martin, Catherine Vey, Betty Setzentand, Rose
Marie Bello, Norma Berardinelli, Mildred l-llawati, Florence Loritz, Natalie
Miller, Betty Blaha, Peggy l-lollinger, Ruth Du Vall.
lna Chestnut, Evelyn Bestic, Kathleen Ziegler, Pat O"l'oole, Betty Mc-
Cormick, Ann Waroblak, Walt Armstead, Kay Johnson, Sandra Shine,
Edna Tuomela, Mary Jane Pappas, l-larriet l-lodder, Rose Marie Lowndes,
George Seittert, Oliver Thoms, George Martin, Fred Melionitis, l-larold
Dahl, Paul Faeth, William l-lunzelcer, James Wyllie, Ray l-lorvath, Allan
Krupp, Kenneth Lippert, Robert Knox, George Wright.
Sponsors-Mary S. Maurer, M. R. Cooley, Clara A. Scott, A. Dorothea
Alston, C. A. Medloclc, F. Fl. Floyd. .
l'ugu 'lilnirlv niuv
Jean Richards, Richard Muclcle, Oliver Thoms, Jane Leech, Bill Llewellyn,
Rita Romano, Ethel Martin, Mary Ellen Stewart, Mary Alice Walsh, Elva
Armenia, Lois Timmins, Laura Long, Erma Draiger, Lois Schloesslin, Norma
Richard Kirmeyer, William Wheeler, Fred Melionitis, Paul Eaeth, Richard
Torquato, Frank l-lugo, Bill Slowilc, l-loward Minzenberg, Bon John.
Sponsors-Miss Scott, Miss Bower, Miss Cooley, Mr. Mattern.
WAH HOO REPRESENTATIVES
Edward Pacey, Leroy Blair, Robert Edmunds, Chris Politis, Ken Lippert,
Donald Keller, llona Rodgers, Dolores Martig, Pete Rinchiuso, Margaret
Kampas, Mary Draganjac, Joseph Pauline, Charles Schmidt, Dorothy
Geraldine Coomes, Mercedes Bir, Doris Scherer, Charis Valieslca, Theodora
Neotis, Marge Di Armit, Ann Giovanelli, Joy Konstan.
Priya' Irurlx' mu
Norma Berardinelli, Rose Marie Lowndes.
Marie Milligan, Mary Daley, Betty Cocheres, Georgia Rozalcis, Doris
Viclcers, Laura Long, Rose Marie Tezalc, Eileen McNally, Frances Kolcinalcis,
Virginia Zubic, Georgia Learos, Betty Nedley.
Lillian Yoclcel, Arline l-loellerman, Eileen Gratz, Eileen Wolfe, Dvagretta
Kress, lrene Massie, Dorothy Milinarcilc-, Ella Snair, Dolores Jelacic, Alice
Bradel, Mr. Thorne.
Margarite Hamilton, Lorraine Vacelc, Eleanor Whitesell, Beverly Flagel,
Peggy l-lollinger, Grace Jameson, Katherine Vey, Marcella l-lirce, Mildred
l-llawati, Kathleen Reithmeier, Shirley Kohler.
Laura Long, Rosemarie Lowndes.
Rose Marie Tezalc, Norma Berardinelli, Eileen McNally, Doris Vickers
We've got the pep, we've got the team
We've got the tight, we've got the team,
Pep, steam, tight. team,
Priya' Furry ll
Margaret Ebert. Barbara Arbogast, Marian Franlc. Mercedes Biber, Irene
Ellenberger, Gloria Ellenberger. Inez Johnson, Willa Mae Childs. June
Cassey, Lois Belo. Dolores Bracken, Catherine Esswein, Jean Kenna.
Frances Kolcinalcis, Lorraine Vesely, Virginia Zubic, Wanda Walsh, Kit
Patterson, Betty Mundeliis, Frances Bozniclc, Alice Bradel. Mary Milligan,
Charmaine Schambacher, Mildred Miller, Lois Eberhart. Olga Thomas,
Regina Ochscinslci, Irene Podlaselc, -Angela Pusateri. Betty Cocheres.
Gladys Snyder, Mary Nugent. Lois Schloesslin.
Rose Marie Bello, Elvia Dengler, Kay Johnson, Dorothy Dengler, Leatrice
Ann Waroblalc, Ilona Rodgers, Florence Kohler. Marcella Wilcert. Thelma
Knoedler, I-Ielen Cemas, Alyce Kelly, Kathleen Reithmier. Frances
Thompson, Ruth Schattauer, James Kurcina, Walter Armstead, Phillip
Kurtz, Pat I-Ianley, Alice Rodgers, Tillie Buzar, Mona Werner, Stella
Primola, Doris Viclcers, Georgia Rozalcis, Lorraine Schloesslin.
Norma Berardinelli, Dorothy Kluvo, Mildred Franlchauser, Marie LaBeIIa,
Natalie Miller, Bernard Cohen, William Paganini, I-Iarold Aust, Ed Kissner,
Doris Scherer, Terry Russ. Barbara M'alezi, Lois Novak, Joy Konstan.
BOYS LIFE SAVING
Bob Bearrow. Tom Camarda, Alan Krupp, Frank l-lugo, Otto Dengler, Bill
Baierl, Carl Weissbart, Cloyd l-lefright, Ed Eichelman, Jim Levendos.
Ken Sill, Bill Laux.
Wally Harding. Ken Geyer, Ed l-loynoslci, Bill Sestric, Howard Link, John
Vetter. Jack Durler, Tom McGrath, James Zarbyniclcy, John Grimalfi. Clyde
Bohn, Jack Sieglen. Bob Ussaclc. John Funfar.
Ronald l-lugus, Richard Kirmeyer, Charles Vistein, Jim Selly, Vernon l-larvy.
Ed l-lodglciss. Sam Snaman. Eutuh Blair, Bob MclKennzie, Andy Peschka.
Jim Paulat, John Schlereth, Dick Randolph, Ray Bruener.
GIRLS LIFE SAVING
Anna M. Dietzel, Arrnella l-lahn, Lois Korniclc, Katherine Yalcsiclc, Rosemary
Berger, Sandra Shine, Rose Marie Metz, June Leitch.
Frieda Dohring, Margaret Skrtich, Patricia O'Toole, Betty l-lershey. Ann
Giovanelli. Pauline Staclc. Anna Fabina, Dorothy l-learne.
Eileen McNally, Florence Russ, Mary Draganjac.
Nora Bradley, Charmaine Schambaclrer, Alice Zarybiniclcy, Grace
Marquarcly, Gloria Johnson, Betty Beers, Edith Brill.
pugu Fnrly sum'
Valintine Kantz. Lorraine Cervenlca. Arline Smith, Howard Linlc, Louise
Martin, David Wilson. Theodore Neotes. Merle Shartt.
Florence Lamarlc, Barbara Arbogast. Ethel Schmale, Margaret Skrtich.
Margaret Ebert. Ruth McWhorten, Charles Williams, Anna Salvia.
Jerald Weisberg. Robert Kemper, Jean Fitzgerald. Sandra Lee Shine.
Pauline Stack, Kitt MacMichael, Marianne Nichel, Josephine Cochinella,
Lois Drum, Irene Ellenberger.
Elvia Dengler. l-larold Aust. Walter Lorenz. Christopher Leuba.
Lois Diclc. Grace Fitzgerald, Ernestine Lilli, l-larriet I-lodoler, Rosemarie
Lowncles. Dorothy Vogel, Clara Mae Miller, Armecla Angaran, Frances
Erzen, Lois Murovich, Lois Lang, Wilma Uttenwiller.
Edna Mae Riebold, Marie Bubash. Catherine Primrose, Doris Maclcie,
Marcella l-lirce, Thelma Donnelly, Betty Mae Hart, Marguerite Hamilton,
Dorothy Fatata, Anna Lou Myers, Esther Martig.
Josephine Cochinella, Wilma Meiser, Ruth Hood. Dorothy Scheutz,
Martha Piotrowslci, Betty Setzentand. Betty Blaha, Geraldine Coomes,
Florence Erb, Helen Frances. Zorlca Protulipac. Frances Adams, Irene
Krist, Charis Valeslci, Mary Jane Pappas.
Marie Zellcovich, Betty Burns, Betty Jo Wallace.
Roberta Simpson, Patricia O'Toole. l-lelen Lazar, Angela Pusateri, Dolores
Marshall, Shirley Markham, Jean Shively.
Shirley Bergman, Ida Therisod.
Barbara Welsh, Annetta Canatella, Gwendolyn Payne, Olga Thomas,
,lean Reardon, Marjorie Flaherty.
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Paul Faeth. Robert Eber, George Sietlert, Angelo Manesiotis. Roy Wolber,
.lerald Weisberg, l-larold Dahl. Bill l-lunzeker. Fred Melionitis. Oliver Thorns.
Frank Byrnes, Gordon l-lartman, Mr. Floyd.
Richard Kazena, George Martin, Fred I-loller, William Foon, Christopher
Leuba. Donald Blahnilc, Robert Kozalc. Joe Weloer, William Petterman.
John Pallcot. Chester Toslci, Richard Muclcle, Ray l-lorvath. Charles Yeager.
Stanley Darbut, Walter Armstead.
age F if ty- four
Jack Weyandt. Donald Timlce. Edwin Martin, Jimmie Nichols, Harry Little.
Ilona Rodgers, Harry Bolzert, Joseph Pauline. Betty Richardson, Elvia
Dengler, Howard Minzenberg. Robert Boyed, Douglas After.
Elmer Mracna. Lawrence Humphries, Dolores Jones, William Merlaclc,
Alvin Pinda. Earl McCabe. Betty Prade, Leonard Hendry. Robert Hirt,
Edward Ober. Harold Aust, James Palmieri, George Rozalcis.
Tony Giovengo, Johnny Grulobs. Jaclc Franklin. Julius Long, Samuel
Zollinger, Walter Krist.
Drum Majorettes-Natalie Miller llzrontl, Florence Erb lRearl.
Student Director: Eddie Ober.
Saxaplwonesz Jolwn Grubbs, James Nichols, Alvin Pinda, Lawrence
Trombones: l-larry Little, Eugene Vogel.
Piano: Lillian Mangold, Gloria Kisslcalt.
Trumpets: Albert Kerr, Leonard Hendry, William Merlaclc, James
Drums: Sam Zollinger.
Sponsor: Mr. Keister.
pugr' Filly Six
Dorothy Krasny, Elsie Berger, Ruby Longhery, Betty Mundelcis, Theodora
Lois Montgomery, Mildred l-llawati, Florence Loritz, Evelyn Bestic, lna
Chestnut, Gloria Ellenberger, Naomi Bussi.
Dolores Harrington, Joan Berger, Rose Marie Yuratovich. Martha Rosison,
Mercedes Bir, Anna Fabina, Gloria Ferris, Dorothy Klobucar.
llrryv lfillv svvvri
GIRLS WOOD SHOP
Lois Butler, Florence Lamarlc, Barbara Arloogast, Lois Belo.
Cecilia Trulli, Kitty Yochem, Maucle Blaclcwell, Ethel Lucas, Lee Anna
Clowney, Ruth Clark, Alice Bolster, Dorothy Clark, Betty McCormick,
Dolores Miller, Marianne Nickel, Patsy Peitter. Dorothy Reichle. Theresa
Jeslcey, Margaret Jackson, Muriel Muthler, Irene Swantex, l-lelen Sacherick,
Margaret Ebert. A
Ethel Schmale, Lorraine Cervenlco, Francis Seljaclc, Margaret Gocho,
Shirley Kocab, La Verne l-leigel, Shirley Klessen.
Mary Zattora, Helen Cemas, Hedwig Sattner, Mary Ann Barton,
Henrietta Hileman, Mildred Miller.
Alyce Kelly, Marcella Wikert, Florence Kohler, Geraldine Gordon, Willa
Mae Childs, Thelma Knoedler.
Mary Summers, Natalie Miller, Mr. Gruber, Dolores Umptirey, Evelyn
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Billie Jean Doherty. Dolores Bracken. June Cassey. Lois Belo, Ina Chestnut,
Mary Schmit, Nell Kunkel.
Gladwin Mehl. Margaret Kampus. Lois Schloesslein, Eve Bestic, Adriana
Antonopoulos. Barbara Malzei, Genevieve Cotton.
Rosella Osterrieder, Dorothy Baiers, Barbara Krausi, Maryanne Blasco.
Rose Wiedel, Frieda Dohring, Audrey Davidson, Dorothy Dickson, Martha
Reorson. Betty Leisiter. Stella Prirnola. Mary Lou Richey.
Lorraine Katzbeclc. Dolores Eichler. Elizabeth Burghart. June Schneider.
Florence Loritz. Esther Elzer, Kit Patterson. Marie Weber. Lorraine
Frances Duncan, Mabel Doerr, Anna Fabina. Teddie Neotes. Mariane
Mary Lou Peppel, Anna Lang. Arline Smith, Lois Timmins, Anna Lou
Myers. Dorothy Kluvo. L
TWELFTH GRADE DRAMA
l2th GRADE DRAMA
Mary Cogar. Jean Ward, Frances Kolcinalcis, Ann Nxfaroblak, Rose Marie
White, Jean Kenna.
Kit Patterson, Mary Lou Ritchie, Gail Tobias, Jean Thunell, Marie Goerl,
Ilona Rodgers, l-lelen l-lollenbaugh, Katherine Esswein.
Kathleen Ziegler, Gloria Lucarelli, Norma Berarclinelli, Rose Marie Bello,
Kay Johnson, Natalie Miller.
Hayward Markham, Harold Dahl, Sam Krapp, Robert Blaszak, Merle
President - - Kathleen Ziegler
Vice President Norma Berardinelli
Secretary Rose Marie Bello
Treasurer - - Natalie Miller
IOB DRAMA CLUB
Betty Beers, lrma Weber, l-lelen Lulritsch, Lorraine McCormick, Kathryn
McElroy, Alice Oswald, Vivian Maloni, Josephine Russ, Marion l-lartung,
Mary Jane Muscia, Dorothy Mathews, Rose Marie Mentz.
Verna Marth, Mary Miller, Dorothy Slcevam, Dorothy l-layson, Velma l-lilty,
Pauline Goldstrom, Barbara Richey, Dorothy Kobylinslci, Rose Marie
Grover, Irene Kallcowslci, Canella Alexander, Jean Freismuth.
Elizabeth Csupalr, l-ledwig McCarthy, Madeline Palis, Lois Farnsworth,
Betty Moore, Mary Nelson, Betty Marjorie Salcmar, Rose Wickline.
l-lope Riesrneyer, Catherine Borgo, Melva l-leidenreich, William Messner,
John Urbanic, Alan Lintelman, Phillip Rupp, Sophia Mariade, Catherine
Politos, Dolores Martig.
Sponsor-M iss Frey.
Tom Camardo, Charles Dubinslcy, l-lenery Yee. Morris Gaston, Dwaine
Kustes, William Petlerman, Edward Lee. Robert McKenzie, George Price.
Paris Paraslcos. John Strand, Paul Fields. Clyde Bohn, Ray l-lorvath, Leroy
Williams, Edward Butor. Calvin Freiss, William Baierl, Paul McCann,
Edward Chandler, Coach Springer.
Kenneth Geyer. l-lenry Smergalslci, Joseph Covington. Robert Thoerner,
Regis Harrington, William Sestric. l-lenry Schnarrenberger, Rufus Duncan,
ROVER BOYS AND GIRLS
William Llewellyn, l-lenry Yee. Gary Bennett, Earl Cowan, Louis Martin
Norma Berardinelli, Rose Marie Bello. Bob Blaszalc, Betty Blalra.
Sam Krapp, Lois Belo. Philip Kurtz, Ilona Rodgers, Joseph Sepae.
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Lawrence Humphries, James Zarbyniclcy, John Yeter, Eugene Vogel,
Eutaw Blair, l-larold Dahl, Walter Marquardt, Robert Guloich.
Jay Eieldmar, Robert Eber, Paul Carson, John Pallcot, Ray Wolber, Eranlc
Byrnes, LeRoy Williams, Richard Muckles, Edward Chandlers, Charles
Yeager, Morris Gaston, l-lenry Schnarrenberger.
Sandy Chapnon, Oliver Thoms, Edward Lee, Chester Toslci, Joseph
Ferrara, Dwaine Kustes, Stanley Darbut, Carl Stroh, Edward Eichleman,
Richard Kermyer, Richard Kazeva, Ronald White, Coach Bruce Allen.
F. Byrnes E. Lee
P. Carlson R. Muclcle
E. Chandler J. Pallcot
R. Eber C. Stroh
E. Eichelman O. Thoms
M. Gaston I L. Williams
L. I-laser R. Wolber
D. Kustes C. Yeager
S. Champlin-Assistant Manager R. White-Assistant Manager
S. Darbut L. Humphries C. Toslci
J. Ferrera R. Kirmeyer J. Zarbyniclcy
ALLEGHENY'S SEASON RECORD
Allegheny 20 ffffffffff South Hills 7
Allegheny I2 ffffffffff Peabody 6
'Allegheny I2 f f Langley 7
Allegheny O f f Perry 25
Allegheny I3 f f Carrick 27
Allegheny I3 f f Millvale O
'Allegheny f f f f f f f Oliver I3
Allegheny 48 fffffffff Fifth Avenue I3
The above record is one ot which the squad can well be proud.
It was through determination and the will to win that made the fine
showing at all possible.
Won 5-Lost 3.
'Allegheny tied for third place in the City Senior High Championship.
Williams f f 6 I 37
Carlson f 3 6 24
Yeager f 3 I I9
Muclcle f f 2 2 I4
Lee f f 2 ' O I2
Gaston f I O 6
Pallcot f I O -6
Kirmeyer f f I O 6
Kustes f O I I
I I I5 f
I I f
f Total First Downs f f 59
f First Downs Rushing f 45
f First Downs Passing - II
f First Downs Penalties f 3
f Yards Gained Rushing f 970
f f Yards Lost Rushing f f 95
f Net Yards Gained Rushing f 875
f f Passes Thrown f f 86
f Passes Completed f 32
f f Passes lntercepted f 6
f Yards Gained Passing f f 426
Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing f f I3Ol
f Number ot Penalties f f 23
f Yards Lost Penalties f f I6O
f f Number ot Punts f f 3I
Average Distance ot Punts f 32
f Ball Lost on Downs f ' IO
f Number ot Fumbles f I4
f Own Fumbles Recovered f 3
Opponents Fumbles Recovered f I2
SCORE BY OUARTERS
I 2 3 4
6 52 34 33
f I9 26 27 26
December, I944-January 2. I945
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
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1 1 1 1 1
f Millvale I6
"GLUE-FINGERSH has played football and basketball for three years.
At his end position on the football team he has proved himself
an agile blocker and ball catcher. As guard on the basketball team.
his spirit and good play have helped win many a game.
LEROY has been a rough and tough player on the gridiron in his two
years of play: first as an end and this year as a fast halfback. I-Ie
has also been one of Allegheny's basketeers for three years. As forward.
lie has been high scorer many times.
FOON is one of AIlegheny's fine swimmers. I-Ie held forth in the tired
swimmers carry event. A small man out of the water, he has proved
himself better than many a big one in it.
TALL and rangy Joe made his debut as center on Allegheny's basket-
ball team this year. I-Iis height and speed have made him a valuable
defensive man in the center slot. I-Iis height under the opposition's
hoop has given many of Allegheny's opponents a headache.
EDDIE has played football and basketball for three years. As one of
"Springer's Boys" he zipped many a basket from his forward posi-
tion. I-Iis opponents have found him a fast and tricky ball player. As
quarterback and passer. Eddie finally staggered over for his first touch-
down in three years.
"MORREY" probably gave his opponents many a laugh when they
saw such a small halfback as he. But when play started they've
had quite a time catching him. A fast and elusive runner, he has given
the fans many a thrill in his fast breaks down the side lines.
TI-IE names of Oliver Thoms and John Palkot are included in the I-Iall
of Fame, an earlier section of this Year Book: otherwise they would
be honored by a special tribute in this group of outstanding athletes.
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Fawcett, Marcella Wikert. Doris Jack, Rose Marie Bello, George Wright.
Joe Sepac, Hedwig Sattner, Frances Adams. Oliver Thoms, Thelma
Knoedler, Ann Waroblalc, Robert Blaszak. Rosalie Messner, Florence
Kohler, Philip Kurtz, William Adomites, John Pallcot, Walter Armstead.
Ilona Rodgers. Lois Belo. Zorka Protulipac, Dolores Belohlavelc, Marjorie
Davis. Geraldine Gordon. Edith May Smith, Rufus Duncan. Morris Gaston.
Earl Cowan. Albert Watson, Louis Martin, Samuel Krapp. George Sietfert,
Robert Thoerner. Hayward Markham, l-lenry Yee, Ray l-lorvath.
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Val were Willing instead ot Kantz.
Betty were Minute instead of Auer.
Frank were Butcher instead ot La Barloera.
Lois were Above instead ot Belo.
Jack were Stick instead ot Kane.
Doris were Jill instead ot Jack.
Walter were Legstead instead ot Armstead.
Glenna were Nearsight instead ot Forsythe.
Sam were Poker instead ot Krapp.
Ilona were Isaly's instead of Rodgers.
Rose were Jello instead ot Bello.
Hayward were Check'em instead ot Markham.
Betty were Concert instead ot Plalrade.
Catherine were Queen instead ot King.
Nick were Slow instead ot Hurey.
Mildred were Moth instead of Miller.
Myrtle were Spickot instead ot Fawcett.
Jack were Comeland instead of Wentland.
Margaret were Groucho instead ot Gocho.
George were Dog instead ot Catlalanol.
Pauline were Stalk instead ot Stack.
Bob were Rose instead ot Thoernlerl.
Florence were Warmer instead ot Kohler.
John were Caught instead ot lhisl Palkot.
Betty were Richardsdaughter instead ot Richardson.
Henry were Thou instead ot Yee.
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29. lvlildred Miller
30. Natalie Miller
31. .lohn Pallcot
32. Zorlca Protulipac
33. llona Rodgers
34. Jean Rossi
35. Hedwi Saftner
36. Joseph Sepac
37. George Sieflert
58. Edirh May Smith
39. Boln Thoemer
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41. Ann Vvarohlalc
42. "Doc" Watson
43. Marcy Wikert
44. George Wright
45. Henry Yee
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YOU MATCH 'EM"
10. Our greatest Romeo
5. Tallcative little gal
19. Witty Imle muy
24. Forever appearing on honor roll
30. Who is it this time?
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43. Tallcative lout "cute"
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7. Sharp numher
42. Genius who umalces with the words"
13. Forever studying
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16. Bet he'll miss football
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33. Getting out her mirror
20. Short, hut sweet
9. Friendl young chap
32. Good things come in small paclcages
34. The uslitterloug Genius"
21. Most intelligent
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35. Great helper at lunch time
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44. Nothing can stop the A.A.F. now
LOUIS G. MANESIOTIS
CLASS OF JUNE l928
ALLEGHENY HIC-SH SCHOOL
Born June I, I9IO Died November I6. I936
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Helen Francis, and the town Miller, Robert Blaszalc, in a King-size
wedding. As yet, no Kantz have been shouted to prevent the joining
ot this happy couple. The groom, along with his best man William
Llwellyn, Warlolblak suit and Adams' hat. Now tor a little description
ot the bride! Kelly green was the color worn by our bride. Her maid
of honor, Glenna Forsythe, together with the other bridesmaids, Shirley
Roth, Shirley Croolcham, Betty Blaha, and Norma Pesano, spread Joy
Konstanltlyl during the celebration. The ushers included Bob's dearest
Palllcotl, Oliver Thoms, Walter Armstead, and our own William lBeansiel
Adomites. We mustn't forget our minister, the Reverend Dwaine Kustes,
who performed the Wrightleousl ceremony. Smartly dressed was the
ring bearer, Elmer Seslcey, and Helen's tather, Joe Sepac, as he Hurlrleyldl
down the aisle, assisted by his Kane. Belolwl the minister stood our
pretty little flower girls, Mary Zatfora and Rose Bello, with a bouquet
of lProltuliplacl in their hands. After the great Prade, which, may l add,
was not a Messlnerl, the reception tool: place at the bride's home.
Among the guests, were Miss Nusslcern, Miss Johnson, and jolly Miss
Rodger. l could continue telling you about the wedding ceremony and
celebration-and yes, about the specially named ham they had as part
ot the feasting-you see, by mistake, Joe Fatata. happened to "swipe"
our next door neighbor's ham-Croolchamq but this is enough Blaha tor
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Earl Cowan not tallcing about decorations.
Walter Armstead not planning a dance.
Sunny Forsythe without her records.
Dorothy Dengler without Edith Mae
l-lelen Francis not teasing the boys.
Florence Kohler not selling stamps.
Francis Sporrer not wolting.
Anne Waroblak not in Miss Scott's
Joy Konstan not collecting money.
Elmer Seslcey tall.
Tony Scalise not talking.
Thelma Knoedler boisterous.
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Norma Pesano not laughing.
Eddie Lee without Claire.
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