Allegheny High School - Wah Hoo Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1949
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NOW'that we seniors have attained our goal
and stand ready to graduate. our thoughts
turn to one who has played such an important
part in our high school lite, but who, cannot be
with us to share four ijoy and glory. lt is to
Miss Margaret McClure we dedicate our year
book. y ' ' ' be '
Into Miss McClure's hands 'Fate delivered
us, a group of unruly IOB's, to be moulded into
valuable citizens ot Allegheny and citizens ot
the world. To our tormer report room teacher
go our sincerest gratitude for a good start and
tor guidance over the rough spots ot .those tirst
WHEN we leave these halls ot Allegheny. we
leave behind us many things which have
played a vital part in our lives, among them,
and most important. our friends. It is the sincere
hope ot the editors that this book will help in pre-
serving the cherished memories of our senior class.
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ROY T. MATTERN. Principal CHARLES ISENBERG. Vice Principal
W. BRUCE ALLEN
ELLA M. MESSEI?
GRACE I-I. MILLER
MARY I. BOWER AURA MYERS
MARY I. CALDWELL ' BENJAMIN s. PHILLIPS
ELLEN COLE P P , JOHN ROBE
GRA NELIUS Auf, , vuw3U44' MAUDE ROWLEN I
E DIEHL ' MARGARET RUTH
GEORGE J. EMMINGER ' ALICE M. SCHWARTZ
AGNES FLINN 795.7 35' HELEN M. SMITH
M RIE E. EALKENHXYGEK q ji I CLARA A. SCOTT
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MARGARET G. RLINE-'WU-mAuUww
SONIA LADOFF '
AUGUSTA SIPPEL. Book Clerk '
MARGARET MacKINNON. Dietician MARIE
MYRTLE E. WYLIE '
MARY RODGERS, Secreta I'
B. DENGLER, Assistant Secretary W
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hfvrftizfg. HHQXF o e! sub-
ject is gstofy.
' o 5. belongs to
l' J, irl Coll e lub. Game
A- U ' l o ri Clubi
, . Servi e is re
time is sp t re . He"
favorite subject a bool--
keeping and typin
AUDREY 'BETTY BEI LSTEI N
Pi y A . cheer-
cler two ears. i
also a m r F the Ga
alrma o h h roo
and ajrilembe o
0 ittee. r vorite
i es a d clng and
im i A ey un-
cleci about ost d -
Howard. a member of Game
Club and Boys Lite Saving
Club, was a star tackle for
our Football team. Howard.
whose 'Favorite subject is
math review, plans to join
the Navy after graduation.
o s find r
time: b slr ng 'pf
an After gradu-
ation Doo w go
Com tomet School
A' db - e -
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Eugene o g t Boys
Gle u . A rive
lu nd - r S .
as serv 'as pr
o is loom ice
l-list his f vorite sub-
je 1 school. ' slcat'
' is as Fre
t r r ,. ne 1'
W 4 . '
ses math d machine
A 4, .
5 Q . 'l ' J ,Zh 5,
pf e gr ,., " Club.
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A har orki a Q S
Rep nta e r if se- '
m ers.r Sh' y, .slti o'und
i e 'for the. Gi ollege' 2
d ' Life Ing ubsl
ervice 1 ad: L
n and s i 'ng Sak p
irl's sp tim 'Fav-
orite ects a nglish
an rthu 0 secure
ecre riel ' is her om-
ifaon. X b
fa .lily rjfalwfjb
,l gem in :J iriiirsf A
an B ife ving clu
? uPar " 05.1 " lisi is
H is ht: es m 'a al
drawi 9 ud fool: . cel-
uf, beslceibal and foo
all. Frank was st -e
for A. H. S.'s 'footb a
,After receiving his ip
Frqnl: will take a b-
Uncle Sam's Marines
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To be e chinisl:
l ee C. .
h w n t e '
ac . . . .
' ho t at Flei
I: Hou e elon '
"Bo Life v' 3 s-
s. an ers
swi 3 iteam. Shoo
'- p and swimmi occ y
his ubof-school ours. P
an rg em?
xss. l-le h gO4'
ketball and base
North Side Baro eds.
respectively, but still 'found
time for the honor roll.
-'ALICE CCSRNELL A
O CO R
new our class.
eo pl to help out
my Surg on his grad
' n ' ining the Arm
Nav orgev who i
a or s us' t am
fo all so as i
'fav ' obbies sp
as h 'Favorite su ject.
lists as l an
tball s hi fa e
Qrts ter sc ol, he s
KA a par ime j as a. ell-
oy. Most hi 1 ure
is sp sk n or
w ing on stem collec-
wcn. ans to become
a mot .
xPal:. l 'N' itbr e
l-'Vinh o :mis m ter.w s
I th ld S 3
. il Q ' . IV n
ai ces wr e H intl.
X5 aw' attend. Hi Q ' ol-
L le e o study .music or
Ed d wo mem
ec a. d
A v' e enj y
en e t e er
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b , i,. ,c ,
E e i st 'dh ' SQ8
pro c? O -I su -
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in - m :'- ll alll
Upon radu ' e will
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f'H1i3L SWR il Law 'lf
:M and slvfetff lfirley hcfw DJ
bee ia Qqsant m, of
Dru and yu ves
on he Wa' l-Ginn l er- i
vice S a K fm A' r i
spo?s f , sh
b Ls Il-s
Erwin YQ , .
S ce he! 'x?s shor'-
henfihliid 'fran cription, Shir-
fxlby will ,make on excellent
,i EFERGE L
dmsing me ager ol
O c-rg flnleti,laegxdl:lHi-Y
la NDC '
the Wah f ' J Foo
ld: es u Dnosl:-of' EC
fi time. george
,fUl!George irhaglfds to-'go
we x' ls
' K7-che sry rf' ics.
has a iol: i 'a4irugi tore.
Pitt's Schqdl of' Pharmacy.
sem ANE y
1 Q i . . r, Bett en- l
j 2- ing 'swi ing. i
X h , s e e e er X
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amei i b u'd tool:
Xin r m r i
Af e rad rl bn 'ple s
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Frien y. li e V' is 1
pr ent L G and
ing. c ct' ' tures, an
s t p rti i ion
' e s es. e Ven-
En , s .. nd
. er l
AQirls Co?e?rZcl b . Dani
o t t gert . Z
l f R Fmusv
l . . ' .i . y
Bob. a k ud -l
i ves' tat in an e
il in WQEQH rs. A
em ri- fha Band si
th rade. s
o t Ge , n C
clu er gr duati n
n to wo ncle
m e go to
I- ues n'
HEN RY GEISSLER .
Iwi Henry has
exge iousl ndedhto join P
N y. ivi airma o
him: r a -
ber Lea l .
h a n X
a s ol r s. .
wh e u ts are
hist ry V . works
as a b r go t
WILLIAM GIBBS ,
Bill, one of the more active '
members of our class. has l
planned for himself a career
1 as a radio technician or
sailor. An honor student. l
Bill is a member of "A" FU
Band and Wah Hoo Staff. '
He also participates in after
school sports, mainly basket-
ball and swimming.
' Mfinv As. sou?
" but !-' UQ
'C '. f . ' '
- ay r of th I i t i
'fd 0 IS
, 2 St
I m ' .
r ' 9 c ' Y'
Y 1' 4 - ' planning ,-
g ' o - n office after 1
+ R D G
- is lr n for
1 ' ,i won ' - e3heny's
. Cl.- S . een a mem-
, er Bo s L ders hd
s V . 't ..
1 o -. gxg
Q y" , !op" ind' P 1-
M in I
IW. ke. .Q i I
Q Jem ! A .r o n
His plans A, thai e e
future are undecided. r
EUGE E NE
fha fo nd o
Eu N -V 1
li - on l.
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- e 'i f so u 't
hisng a-2: 'i u s
l 'He h le en i el.
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Thelma, a member of Girls
Colege and Life Saving
clubs. has served on var-
ious home room committees.
ln addition to working part
iime at McCrory's, she still
finds time for horse-back
riding, swimming. and danc-
ing. Thelma would like to
cntcr nurses training.
M WD f
' ie" er ble
rso ' e ' g and
mai: as r -ilce sub-
. " 1 ' vi
reside F ' Co l
u d 'ai' be
' Dr' e
bs. rking es-
girl after scho ta es up
most of Margie's ol?-school
Fri Dan on fo
A sSavi Au -Drivs
rs clu . X ' e in
' nd ec , iv '
ar a sol his av ub-
Dan ' tends to g to col-
lege but hasn't' definitely
decided which one. i I
HD 1 'uLiA
ariand od-lo '
ta iz ' 1 iall c 'activ-
ave' ha yed an " or-
iti' rurin stay at
gheny. w r Wo semes-
ters he ld ihei office Q
hom r om 'preside
' year- he '
: cil. a
am for years
nds to join the ser
c rrning Shir-
ar' ci ' ' J
is V ' Game
. A O P
ow' . a se g ih'h
le e 'e. nd" lik
fter xool, hi
o i n 's.
ex s to e nog
TH H. R
P sident r seme
x.of Girls 3 l Y--
Trish also ' erii: of
h me room in IOA.
' 'ou has laid
go d n or
'Fu b '
t n s ' nd
5 r in s o . Her
e ctivity is
bow g. '
DOL IMME '
wim ' 3. sl: tin dana
9 ,along it ers f r
school ' tate up
f 'c ime f o ol
. A form r er o
P l b. s
now hol ye-, A e of -
' t. Gif in
u . With m dint
plans in mind or th mule
Dolores class speec a
crafts as her favorite su -
1' ' '
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MELVIN -.LEHNER l U SE K'
A member of -Lifei Saving ice . O ' 35 'ti' .1
and Boysvieaders clubs. oe C 'K , "- P3
M e l v i n enoys swimming. , " A
basketball , a n d baseball. yas b - I: resijln
Since Melvin wants to be a YC 'l y intendsc
carpenter. it is only natural ' 1 ' doit
that his 'favorite subject is h e ' f e ra duat
woodshop. His after school t 6 ' ' a er Sm '
time is taken up worlcin at
the Moose Lodge.
My 4 ' y ' WEW L
ST E OS I r
' , S ob e s! -, . y S
eworsame of 5 1'. ,,ir'-
el t rade r a Club an V er ar ,fl . mite
Ov a tive ' terest' in subie 6 ,, E5 gecfe-
etbal -baseball. f l l , 4' e room,
opular eve.: the "live 0 .ki d em-
'e" our class. inten?sl er a ly , 1-
o o ollege or o ' mitt as p ated
v ter th e. in a school etball
and aseball. Bob orlcs as
a stockgboy at present and
AMA plans t join the Navy.
JA ES McCOUR1l'
F Wag! -ai ber
h ping hand.
Jap ref rpath t his
r s cts a is fa-
orite o is a l. in
w ' 'he Is. is a
ber of ex ub.
5 DW' LI.-UL l L L Q NETTIE LEE,Ml
J r s, ,amber-of c, a ! 'QSM me I
is lub nd Servi - C
inluis 'tivo t - bj i, ' n ers i Ii ip
. Q- G a reaters - '
't ek-up is P after ' atnstit ts 'csz
Aof rs. U on.3radu- 'ish are O
a ron. plans fo enter,the ,I t - D 5,
nit States Navy. skatin bo aka
up most of her s are time.
' Ofl ' 1.
' no cer am one
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f ', 'f ' ' 'f i jl
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rl is . .J fr fgf '
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t . '
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will e 1
e veri t'
t t vrou
membDNcidB ,751 W
wo d th ' e anon
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mg e w mm o
th s o
Coun3 lu ayor'
much time at
s e v g sub
- ec I oo
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sh relei -
1' pld ' i
' CARL MORRIS
fcarl, Wah , o sport ter
and er of ' X 'Boys
L' si Club, s Basket-
' for th ' orth Side
avens. ter graduation,
he ' d to join the"Navy
ith 5 X Howard Univer:
sat stu 1
RALPH MU ROVI H
' . L h
mcal i ar
on ' lee has
olal ,a le-
's t H q d ans
ec dr Ft p-
ee a iv er of
t stag re nd presi-
t of I e ro m.
A DOROTHY NAPIERIXI' WW '
Quiet Dorot'ljgy,va membeiowk K'
6irls"'College Club.. plahs 0
to attend. the Michigv ,W
University' 'wherel she ' 'w
become 'either a teachelj.
or a lawyer. History, sew-
ing and,.Spe ish, are harm
favoritesubjeas. She likes .4
to boyvl'and"Qlay the,piano.
QE o b' a iifities'-al
bside sc .Pie lai
otb "Aan wl' aX
ho a hr
t r ne en ky!
'Fav "s'o N '
s 1' - s ' bestl' d su -
Nga'-u ' "Sa will ain
a o l
Bob aduate A fl
f ' cI
ork as a
L SHIRLEY OCHSENHIRT
. I tdkgsfan
I f I SIIG
I7' ' ext she
j5I,I.., 1 is a Honor
GENO 0 0 RATO
eno 'I wa r -
2 e ' aseball
. L ' mber of
.I-Ie as ed as
' is e roo .
v' ne '
' a u ' .
d r 'IL on
ll tb an
e Hi- I' Clu Basket-
all f s I1
pr I en Ph
4 o t
a t d I
J rene :sts
ame e Irene s
f uc a d
' R occu K - igure 'I:ime
'I- - ' f xi
I G A N I . I
' ' f . !3 4 Mr
I 3 ur
,s a , ,
f r Iee II ade
4 I uf - I '
ii mths 3 t i f Ie
I - q s In .1 A I' I .
X p in In us te
I sp 'rgnly B Ice
I I I
To el. -'i '! II
v 4 ' W: j'
1 I 'H " I '
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4. 9 he or'
1 1 e In IS a ers I
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staurant. he is constantly
on the Honor Roll. Mike I
hopes to attend college. I
GERT UDE PATRICK
' ri rt, of '
I irom o I: I s
, cing w a-
yorite hob s. utur 're-
ceptipn' e Q xooses ng-
i sgtsm A ' a 5
fit' L ' s. o 4' I
.P aII'dnd o 'y I.
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AUDREYJ N R STER
Pretty popula Audlre
ne o p ugs
1 J io c . '
a ass n ho oom
ls ret ry. me e
Coll Cu . o d s
a ver ap j as ito
of th an ' m
of t gh .
from al this, sh still nd
time fo her 'Favori sub-
ject. English. A ' plans
to attend busi school.
Tolls tele op r
for,m:iBqlti E rea Ohio
,ligilro 's D' f it, n.
lfxihloian in sp ', Dqgq
was, shun y membe of
tk chool dreams pdl: lists
l like hte ub-
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l 3 '
o eg c . ary al o
in - '
-c 'c ia e ' usy
C S W-for
r hobby.-.readin . 'Mar
socio ogy n Q 9 n i s . .
would like o s udi l-
a member f
W,Qodshon Club f. ur W
mema , ric
i e th y 3 - K
e s. V r I miss
-,a gem .I exce I'
.ing J' akes of her
'ownd clog WI heh intend
to cjxl cu
f,g,5aduatilan.n 5 wo
J Q EKEQHEAHAN
L55 anl the
to go to
bie w rc
H y, et lr n
" ', li Bo e
i Cl so e ns
vo joi ncl vy.
i e h h
ap I H n r t.
Among the sports which
Henry ikes, 'football ranks
5 . 1
Viv ious and so ial-mi d.
H .'G'ntends t r a a
childs ursse. as 9 ined
e e , ing ' pital
. Sh7e"5elong irls
' od hlsp an9g,Gam club
Tig ana bowli 8153
'err hobbies. Ida e o y s
c s. spite . ,
ca tai vo th e
b :grins JANE gym A
Charming Helen im mem-
ber' of' Service anfd Game
-Club. Her favorite subjekits
are English and shorthand.
Dancing' and swimming are
her outside- interests. Al-
thfiugh she has had experi-
ence as a salesgirl. she plans
to be a recptionist.
FRANQ SZCZURE Q
. ttra Fra es fre- ' '
nu h or cl nt. Aft r
Qc ool s rks . a
t tai 't a rug re.
XS ' es ll he iec
,N pl e , t
a ., uation. s
X79 ' l s
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ele s feta thdah Fri Y' 3 in E l
tetmra s ' l FTM: or? es' -.asl b I he- YS .
' . 3, lub. ..' - ot
favcar rec . e Hs Woking after. vm. . h.
to e 3 ' pap a -,- 'f .i sual
ex nce he onen- be lv, . li eu 1
Dair ehind er. A or VI' . V' La . b F I2 ,
ember of Girls College I fr I, ' 3
, En Q f-31 th , -
Club. she also enloys dan- his ' I edt . C Q I i
, a .L . r i
Cmg' J' ear future h i es to l
ecome one of cle Sam's '
soldiers. . l
A f 42" ELLE IDMAN'
ni , 1
xx 0 8. T - C C 'n Quiet in Ellen
O Zia s .. - haf k l e? eis e -Z her b D u jeati
I v ku ys c ing a
0 lu ' X - "'- fer - sports. r is a past mem- l
of l B n de 0 th ber 3 am Cuba and
. 4.1. n. ' s coming
NE' :ix ' 3 fo I t e a steno r after radu
. s x a on .
I ly, ' lall 93
lr N '
JU 'WATT I '
. .IL 4 . . ll- I
5 ef ki Memjber Q. '
uto., iers a Ge e R o to u all
Cl .x VIOIIN . she es nd la s este was
Or es e P ,of -all her reside clay Glee
S cis. e es t sew. To 1 ' e Navy i us-
che nd ek After el' mbition an r aps
radu I n she like to m t to egg, He
go to business s ool and Iso enj 5 ,ns basket.
I r secure a 3 rnment ball. ' avorite subjects
I ere sociology and economs
I e a si n energetic,
en is gi mahy in-
r s r ' n , of fer
h p ion
ecr io -Le ' r-
e su er ' at ns.
o oo th 9
so I he
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MARY BERINIICE GOLD SARAH LOIS RICE
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President ------ Fred I-Iausler
Secretary - - Audrey Riester
Vice-President - - - Charles Cerny
Sponsors - Mrs. Bonsall. Mr. Keister
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HALL CF FAME
NEEDING no introduction. this semester's Yearbook editor 'Finds herself
in the midst ot all important school activities. Popular with teachers
and students alike, Shirley, a high honor student, will be one of the prin-
cipal speakers at our commencement. Shirley, who has at one timesor
another held a position on every home room committee, is also a veteran
ot tour radio programs, two ot which were Junior Town Meeting broad-
casts. A former member ot Junior Girls College Club and Auto Drivers
Club. she now has a role in the Twelfth Grade Drama Club's play. Be-
cause ot her journalistic ability, she was chosen to represent Allegheny
at the Westminster and W.P.S.P.A. journalism conferences. l-ler part-time
job does not prevent her from enjoying her tavorite hobbies which are
skating, bowling. and dancing.
HANDSOME and popular, Eugene is well known around Allegheny.
l-lis friendly spirit has won him many friends. President-ot his home
room tor two semesters, vice-president one semester. and home room
treasurer in IZA, Eugene was chairman ot the Scholarship Committee ot
Student Council. The orchestra claimed Eugene as a member tor tive
semesters, 'Four ot which he was concertmaster. A memberxot Glee Club.
Boys College Club. and Chess Club, he also guest-starredsinf the I I2th
Grade Drama play in l2A. Serving the Wah l-loo for tojurfsemestefs as
advertising manager and a member ot the School Notes Stafff.Euge,ne 'is
now a Yearbook Editor. Despite all his school activities.. he still. tindstirne
to pursue his two hobbies. tennis and photography-. ,--, On they honof roll
since IOth grade. Eugene is graduating with high honor, and is-,a comq
mencement speaker. Eugene's tuture plans include college,-Allegheny will
miss Eugene's service. 1, . ,
SARA, gracious and charming in manner, has taken part in many of
Allegheny's activities. She joined the Wah l-loo Literary Staff in
IOA: became Literary Editor in I2B, and this semester served as Wah
l-loo editor. Sara's part in student government includes home room presi-
dent tor three semesters. vice-president two semesters: secretary ot stu-
dent council in l IA, and chairman ot the Guidance Committee ot Student
Council for three semesters. A member ot orchestra since IOB, Sara is
also president ot the Chamber Music Club. A high honor student. she is
chairman ot her speech class and is a commencement speaker. She ap-
peared on several ot Allegheny's radio programs. Active in the drama
clubs, Sara was president of llth Grade Drama Club and appeared in
two l2th Grade Drama productions. When Sara isn't busy with school
activities or her part-time job, she likes to dance and read poetry.
PATRICIA. friendly and attractive, is always on the high honor roll.
Active. gay, and full of tun have been her entire three years at
Allegheny. Pat has participated in many radio programs. and the Junior
Town Meeting of the Air twice. I-ler singing has famed her socially. The
Wah I-loo hasimeant a lot to Pat, and she has contributed a great deal to
it. Several clubs have claimed her as a member. She has taken part in two
drama clubiplays. She was secretary of the -I Ith Grade Drama Club.
Singing a solo for the commencement program was Pat's contribution.
The song+bird ot the January class can always be counted on for any ser-
vice. I-ler plans are still indefinite, yet she would like to attend I-liram
LIVELY and energetic, Fred is the president ot our senior class. This
semester he is also president ot his home room and chairman of the
Attendance Committee ot Student Council. Busy Fred, sports editor of
the Wah I-loo, likes history and English, A high honor graduate. Fred is
a hard working student whose lively wit and pleasing personality have
contributed greatly to Allegheny. Atter school, basketball has taken up
much o'F Fred's time. Upon graduation he hopes to enter Pitt.
INDUSTRIOLJS James has served Allegheny in many ways as home room
-' president, 'scholarship chairman, guidance chairman. a member ot
the ServicehSquad. Jim's ability in social studies led him to be an Alle-
gheny frepresentative in the Sun-Telegraph History Contest. Jim, the
possessorot a fine speaking voice has participated in three Junior Town
Meetingprograms and tive ot the Democracy In Action series. Although
school work keeps him busy. James takes an active part in church work.
Since he' hopes to be a Greek Orthodox clergyman, he is very 'interested
in the Greek language which he has studied 'For ten years. Jim will attend
I-Ioly Cross Seminary after graduation.
RAYMOND IJE GRAND
WITI-I high honor, and a scholarship coming his way, Ray occupies a
prominent position in our senior class. A high ranking orchestra mem-
ber, he has been chosen to represent Allegheny's music department at our
commencement program by playing a clarinet solo. Although he is kept
busy with his studies, he has found ample time to engage in many ot the
extra curricular activities. A former member of IOth Grade Drama Club
and now in the I2th Grade Drama Club. he has starred in two plays pro-
duced by these clubs. I-laving held an otlice in both Math and Chemistry
clubs, he adds to his Iaurels with the fact that he spent many weary hours
practicing with the marching band of which he was an honorary member.
A member ot the School Notes Staff of the Wah I-loo for three semesters,
Ray will attend Hiram College in February.
DAZZLING and energetic Marie, our cashier in the lunch-room, is the
author of those exciting stories and wonderful poems which appeared
in the Wah I-loo for the past two years. She has really demonstrated her
talent in Allegheny by participating in several radio programs. helping in
the office. and taking part in a club play every year. I-ler dramatic ability
as a mother will always be remembered. A high honor graduate, Marie
presents an excellent speech at the commencement program. Marie pos-
sesses prophetic abilities. proved at the I-Iallowe'en Dance. I-Ier pleasing
manner has won her many friends. She finds great interest in economics
and German. At present, Marie is employed as a part-time shoe salesgirl.
With all these activities she still has time for music which is her hobby.
Marie's plans after graduation are still indefinite.
POPULAR Dave. President of Student Council, has held the presidential
office in his home room for the past two semesters. I-lis assembly
participation and part in sports will be remembered by the students of
Allegheny. Sports are extremely important to Dave since he played on
our football team for two years and lists sports as his hobby. Dave has
belonged to the Band and Boys Leaders Club. Speech and mathema-
tics are Dave's favorite subjects. I-Ie plans to enter service upon
CHARLES CERNY A.
CHARLES, the vice-president of our senior class, is an accomplished
artist whose cartoons have appeared in so many Wah I-loos. Athletics
have been an important part of his life out of school as well as in school.
for he has played on several North Side baseball and basketball teams.
With all these extra activities, however, he has still found enough time
for study. I-le graduates with honor. Charles is gracious and efficient.
A HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF I949
AS we, the January Class of l949, assembled in Allegheny l-ligh School
three years ago, we felt that the seemingly insurmountable obstacle
which lay before us could never be overcome, and that the ultimate goal
could never be attained. lt was difficult then for many of us to imagine
that we, mere lOB's. just entering Allegheny, would someday be receiving
our diplomas in the very auditorium in which we were first gathered. But
today we are startled that our years at Allegheny have passed - years
that sped all too quickly. Not only are we startled but almost dismayed
that the three happiest years of our lives are at an end. Now, as the
class is preparing to leave, we take a moment to reminisce.
Our thoughts take us back to the first time our group assembled as
a class. lt was a proud and happy group that congregated in Allegheny's
auditorium that first day, for we were no longer children but high school
students. lt was at this meeting that we were first introduced to our
present principal, Mr. Mattern, who was vice-principal at the time: and
to the rules and customs of Allegheny l-ligh School. It was comforting
to meet again our friend, Mr. Millikin, then principal. We all went home
that opening day feeling important.
Our first edition of the Wah l-loo was truly a work of art, for it had
our names and pictures in it. We all felt then that we, too, were a part
of the school. Our next treat was our first Allegheny assembly held in
honor of the lOB's. But the upper classmen didn't stop with that, in their
effort to make us feel at home.
Our first introduction to the social life in Allegheny was the big Get-
Acquainted Dance held in the gymnasium. lt was there that we learned
to know the other 'members of our class as well as the upperclassmen.
lt was a rather exciting day when we students held a parade in honor
of our basketball team, which had won top city honors.
Probably the event which took place that first semester that will be
remembered longest and best was the exciting vaudeville show produced
by the music department. lt featured skits and acts of every conceivable
type from Shakespeare to a wild western, and had a two-night stand in
our auditorium. This memorable event brought our first semester of high
school to a close.
We returned to Allegheny in the fall with renewed zest, ready to
tackle any problem which we would encounter. We were all surprised and
somewhat saddened to hear that our principal, Mr. Millikin, had left us to
take over the position of Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Schools.
But we were also glad for him that he had received such a splendid pro-
motion, and we were equally glad to welcome Mr. Mattern as our new
principal. Mr. lsenberg, a newcomer to Allegheny then, but now one of us,
became our vice-principal. g
A standout that semester was the exciting l-lallow'en party which.
with a brilliant array of costumes brought gaiety and excitement to the
whole school. This party over, we found Thanksgiving was upon us and
then Christmas. Those of us who were spending our first Christmas in
Allegheny were awed by the beautiful and inspiring Christmas tree and
We were treated that year to a rendition of a scene from Shake-
speare's Romeo and Juliet, which was presented by the Boys College
Club. A wonderful concert by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for
the students of Allegheny and Oliver in our auditorium. rang down the
curtain on our first year at Allegheny.
After a brief respite, we took up our duties as Juniors. We all enjoyed
meeting the newcomers to our school at the Get-Acquainted Dance
and the colorful Saint Patrick's Day Dance. We carried ourselves with a
little more pride that semester, and well we could, for our Wah l-loo won
the Westminster Press Award of Western Pennsylvania for the outstand-
ing school magazine in that area. To add to that. our school had the honor
of playing host to the Western Pennsylvania Student Council Conference.
This conference was attended by representatives from all schools in Wes-
tern Pennsylvania for the purpose of discovering how other student repres-
entative bodies worked.
The activities which followed brought us to Stunt Day. Senior Assem-
bly, and finally Commencement of the June Class of I947. We were
amazed to find that half of our three year term was over.
We came back in the Fall fired with enthusiasm. for we anticipated
a repetition of the previous year when the football team's prowess on
the gridiron enabled it to seize Section ll Championship. We cheered our-
selves hoarse at our first pep rally. The team got off to a victorious start.
but Carrick's victory ruined Allegheny's chances and left the Red Devil
fans somewhat disappointed.'The Christmas celebration delighted us. We
were all somewhat moved by the resumption of the old Allegheny tradition
of singing around the-Christmas tree. We enjoyed, too. the Christmas
program in the auditorium. a
Something very important occured this semester -- we got our rings.
There was no doubt about it, we were moving on! With rings a symbol of
our achievement. we left the rank of Juniors.
As Seniors. we began to feel the responsibility of promotion. We
were to serve as models for the underclassmen. The highlight of our l2B
semester was the production of Shakespeare's 'Taming of the Shrew,"
presented by the drama department of CarnegieiTech.
"But what's this, the time couldn't'have gone so fast," were thoughts
stirred by the l2A Senior Dance and Stunt' Day Programs. As we stood and
watched the passing parade, we realized that the semester had marched
also. in an unfaltering tempo with Father Time, and slipped through our lax,
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unwary grasp. We found ourselves accepting the challenge and best
wishes from the graduating seniors. We accepted the responsibility gravely,
and in our hearts' we all resolved to live up to the expectations of the
gThe Fall of I948 came. With a sense of elation upon us, we took up
the reinsias leaders of the school. determined to get the last full measure
of enjoyment' from this, our last semester. But, as usual, the time escaped
us. By the time we had our pictures taken, name cards ordered, prom dates
arranged. and had been measured for caps and gowns. Christmas. our
last at Allegheny, was upon us.
The carolers in the halls. the fine program in the auditorium. and the
singing around the Christmas tree left in our minds a cherished life-
time memory. A
Senior day arrived. With pride but also with reluctance we passed
the key to the new l2A's. ' '
i Our task accomplished, we make our exit. the night of January 26.
l949 from Allegheny l-ligh School.
As we walk the path trod by so many before us. we turn for one last
look through the halls wherein we experienced our greatest joys and ac-
complishments. We wave goodbye to friends whose companionship can
never be equaled: we turn, and to the nostalgic strains of our Allegheny
Hymn. cross the threshold. and step out into the world -- Allegheny
September 7-It was with mingled emotions of joy and regret that we
entered our newly-painted Allegheny to begin our final semester.
We found that there were to be only two report rooms. but this
brought us closer together to take up our task as school leaders.
September 8-It seemed like old times to welcome back to school Robert
Clark. Marlene Eberhardt. Joan Pearson, Ronald Williams, and Robert
Stoehr. all June graduates. who repeated the panel discussion on the
Freedom Train given at their commencement.
September I4-We were excused from afternoon classes to attend a
Rededication Program at Flagstaff l-lill.
September I5-I7-The long awaited Freedom Train arrived in town. The
huge lines of people coming from miles around and waiting for hours
to see the famous documents, showed us just how much America
values her freedom.
September 29-Pennsylvania Week and the Keystone Ouiz. We discov-
ered many facts about our state and its famous citizens.
September 30--The gym was the scene of the Get-Acquainted Dance.
We wore gay namecards. got acquainted, and enjoyed the entertain-
ing floor show.
October 7-Playingin a sea of mud, our Allegheny eleven won its first
:league game from Oliver. Score 26-6.
October I4-The eagerly awaited first issue of the Wah l-loo, with 'its
usually fine content was distributed today. We read the book from
cover to cover. admiring the IOB pictures. The Wah l-loo will be
one of the best reminders of our life at Allegheny.
October I4-Again Allegheny is triumphant. Under the lights at Monu-
ment l-lill. Perry fell with a score of I9-6. With our two traditional
rivals defeated. we wonder if the rest of Section ll will follow in
the same path.
October I5-It was off to school for our teachers as the faculty attends
institute. and we have a day of vacation.
October 20-2I-Does my hair look all right? ls my tie straight? Should
I smile? - Yes, this is the day we get our pictures taken at Strems.
- Everyone has a feeling the proofs will be terrible.
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October 2 I-This is indeed a busy day. The tension of receiving our first
report cards was broken by a novel assembly that featured every-
thing from a talk by Mr. Mattern and a special arrangement of the
Allegheny Hymn to a majorette number and cheerleading.
Again Allegheny is the gridiron victor. Score Allegheny I3. Fifth
October 27--The annual l-lallowe'en Dance. sponsored by Student Council
and the Yearbook. is held in the gym. Home room -jack-o-lanterns
help to complete the gay decorations. Fortune telling and games
are featured in the Arch Street Hall. Colorful and original costumes
add a perfect touch to a perfect evening.
October 29--Carrick outscored Allegheny at Philips
November 4-The Mixed Chorus and the Orchestra
assembly. lt is a preview of their performance
School dismissed at l:3O for a special teachers
Field. Score 27-6.
give a concert in
on Parents Night.
November S-The Red Devils bring to a close a fine football season by
defeating Langley. I3-l2.
November 9-"Smile Now! l-lold it! Steady!" Yes. today-the group pic-
A tures for the Yearbook are talcen with the weatherman on our side.
Several of the senior boys gave the photographer a lift.
November IO-Tonight is Open l-louse. the night our parents meet the
the faculty. A program. featuring the speech. music. and clothing
departments-and also the majorettes conclude the evening's activities.
November ll-Another day off. This time it's Armistice Day.
November I8-The second issue of the Wah l-loo is out today. We read
tit with a bit of regret knowing that only one more issue will mark our
" stay at Allegheny.
NovemberR25-26-Thanksgiving is here. It is a clay to thank God for our
many blessings. It also means two days vacation.
December 2-The lOth Grade Drama Club gave an hilarious assembly
program consisting of five short plays. lt was a fine performance
with plenty of talent. ,
December 3-The reason the seniors rushed to the cafeteria today is
that our pictures arrived from Strems. Everyone is secretly pleased
with the results and flattered by the "ah's" and "oh's" of their
December 9-The l2th Grade Drama Club present two plays in assembly.
Again the rollicking experiences of the Jones family keep us rocking
December I4-Today we receive our second report cards and find out
our standing for graduation. The first event of the Yuletide season is
here. We hold our home room Christmas party.
December I6-The Christmas issue of the Wah l-loo is distributed today.
We'll treasure this last issue forever. and look forward to the Yearbook
which is now being composed. -
December I7-Deadline for the Yearbook. Editors, typists, advertisers
work fast and long in the Activities Office to meet the line before
three o'clock. '
December I7-Tonight is the l2th grade social. Dancing in the Arch
Street hall, a tloor show. and games on the balcony highlight the gay
December 23-The annual caroling around the Christmas tree and as-
sembly program mark our last Christmas together at Allegheny
After graduation, we shall miss the traditional Christmas Celebration
January 6-The llth Grade Drama Club gave us an unusually good as-
January I3-lt's our big night. At last we're at the prom. The Colonial
is the place where handsome boys and pretty girls 'dance to the
music of Walt's " Knights ot Music". The rainbow-hued gowns
arellovely. ' f A '
January 2l-Stunt Day! We 'play host to the l2B's and show them that
we -are really "kids" at heart.
January 24-To-day is our last day at Allegheny. With pride -andsorrow
' ' we 'march into the auditorium for our last assembly. We feel that
weiare leaving behind the best time of our lives, but-we know
Allegheny has prepared us to accept the challenge of the world.
January 26--Commencement is here. We are no longer Allegheny stu-
dents but alumni. We'll miss Allegheny. our home 'for three years.
but we shall try to make her proud of us and we shall keep her stan-
J J idards in our struggle Onward and Upward.
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Monday. January 24, l949
Flag Salute I
Star Spangled Banner
Presiding - - - ---- Fredl-lausler
President of the Class of January. 1949
Welcome - ---- Charles Cerny
Vice President of the Class of January. I949
Scripture - ---- Audrey Riester
Secretary of the Class of January, I949
Hymn - - - - "Come Thou Almighty King"
History ot the Class - - - Mary Gold and Sarah Rice
Awards - - - Scholastic, Athletic. Miscellaneous
Presentation of the Key Michael Paris
Acceptance ot- the Key - - Anthony Simile
V President of the Class of June, I949
Farewell - - - - Fred l-lausler
Allegheny l-lymn '
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Allegheny I-Iigh School Auditorium
January 26. I949
Theme: The Spirit of Pittsburgh
Presentation of the Flag
The Star Spangled Banner Class and Audience
Welcome - - Shirley Ochsenhirt
Libraries and Museums - - Eugene Grebner
Concerto No. I - Q 10591-711 Paulson - Ray LeC5rand
Clarinet Solo acco mpanied by Ben Akerley
Music and Theaters - ----- Sara Lane
Social Settlements A - - - Marie Williams
A Brown Bird Singing - Haydn Wood - Patricia Day
Alto Solo acco mpanied by Ben Afzerley
Architecture ------- James Kalaris
Presentation of Class to Board ot Education - Roy T. Mattern, Principal
Presentation ot Diplomas - Representative of the Board of Education
' assisted by Fred l-lausler. president ot the Class
Allegheny Hymn V
Retiring of the Flag
America - - Class and Audience
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THE WAH HOO
THE STUDENTS OF THE ALLEGHENY HIGH SCHOOL
Vol. 48 January, 1949
T H E S T A F F
Editor ---- ------
Year Boch Editors - - SHIRLEY Ocx-ISENI-IIR1' -
Literary - - - - GEORGE AUER -
MARIE WILLIAMS -
RosE MARIE PERscI-IY -
- SARA LANE
- CHARLES BOYD
- IRBNE RozARIs
School Notes BEN ARERLEY - - RAY HOFFMAN
ANNA GoRMAN - - RAY LE GRAND
DONALD BIEER - EDIS Bufcx-IER
RABi0NA GONZALFZ - MIRIAM CoDAN
SIIIRLEY LURENAS - HELEN RUTNER
IVIARY L. KLICIIER - - NANCY CLARK
BERNARD SLOVESKY CARLoYN HEURICI-I
Sports - FRED HAusLER - - - CARL MORRIS
Alumni - - PATRICIA DAY
Exchange - AUDREY RIEs'I'ER
Snoop - - - - NANCY MILLER
Typing - LOIS Scl-IWERER - - - SARAH RICE
SHIRLEY FAwcE'r'r - - HELEN SUBOTICH
Photography - - ---- RoIsER'r STUART
Business - DONALD BERGER MARLANE BAIIER
Advertising - GEoRoE FEnEANIs - - RITA FANRELI..
HELEN VAzzANA - WILLIAM Gmns
HELEN HAMIIERS - MARIAN ANGARAN
Cirmlation - IRENE JOHNSON - NANCY CI-IRIs'roEE
KATI-IRYN DICRMAN - PAT LYNCH
DOLORBS ENGLAND - DANIEL HILINSRI
Ar' - CI4IARLEs CEKNY - Run-IGAY SI-IERTER
JOANNB YAUNT - JoI-IN ALLEN
WILLIAM KUSTES - - WAYNE YE'r'I-ER
FACULI Y ADVISERS
Stuff - I - CLARENCE E. WORLEY Art ---- MARIE E. FALKENHAGEN
Finance - - - FORREST H. FLOYD General Adviser - - CLARA A. Scan'
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WAH HOO STAFF
WAH HOO STAFF
George Auer, Ben Alcerley, Ray l.eGrand. James McHugh, Don Berger.
Fred Hausler. William Kustes. Wayne Yetter.
George Fedeanis. Helen Subotich, Sarah Rice, Shirley Ochsenhirt, Sara
Lane. Eugene Grebner. Bernard Slovesky, lrene Rozalcis.
Rose Marie Perschy. Miriam Codan. Marlane Bauer, Shirley Lukenas.
Anna Gorman. Patricia Day. Caroline Heurich, Rita Fankell, Marie Wil-
liams, Edis Butcher, lrene Powlenolc, Shirley Fawcett, Audrey Riester.
Helen Rutner, Nancy Clark.
William Gibbs, Robert Finley, Helen Vazzana, Katherine Dickman, Helen
Hampers, Patti Lynch, Nancy Miller. lrene Johnson. Lois Schwerer, Romona
Gonzalez. Mary Lou Kucher. Ray Hoffman. Charles Boyd, Donald Biber.
Charles Cerny, Carl Morris.
Sponsors: Clarence E. Worley, Forrest H. Floyd, Marie E. Fallcenhagen.
Clara A. Scott. ' Q
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STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE BODY
Walter Krasneslci. Anthony Simile. Rita Newell. David l-lilliard, Joanne
Paulat. Vince Murovich.
Elaine Kokinalcis. Rosella Chezosky. Doris Mcl-lugh. Dorothy Beck. Flora
Tolomeo, Joyce Alder. Naomi Crain. Blanche Jedliclca. Sylvia Ondelc,
Richard Facemire. Lawrence Ebert. Louis Haber. Fred l-lausler. Leonard
Aftanas. John Maley. Patton Pannier. Frank Lewis.
Sponsors: Miss Bower. Miss Scott. Mr. lsenberg.
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WAH HOO REPRESENTATIVES
Rose Klucszan. Elva Thornily, Nancy Roth. Bob Finley, Pat Lynch, Shirley
l-lruby. Barbara Milcan. 4
Helen Rutner. Barbara Wright. Mary .lane Ortlieb, Angela Caltellaro.
Ruth Radovic, Nancy Rudolph. Barbara McCalmont. Betty l-luttenlocker.
Marilyn Makoslci. Mary Lois Rebholz, Earleen Eichelman, Arden Barie,
Christy Christott, Robert Dick. B
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Ilth GRADE DRAMA CLUB
Rose l-lartigan, Naomi Crain. Anne Lutz, Peggy Figdor, Urania Christy.
Shirley Begler, Nancy Christotf. Richard McKee, Edith l-lerron, Rosella
Chezosky, Betty O'Keete, Carolyn l-leurich.
Frank Louis, Anna Victor. Marjorie Pusateri, Shirley Shelton. Esther Cochi-
Betty Anne Schlie, Annamae Schutz, Shirley l-lotfman, Irene Rozakis, Don
McKee. Anna Gorman. Ronald Mayers, Joyce Alder, I-lilda Balbach.
Dorothy Morris, Marion Angaran, Joan Paulat, Lawrence Biclcel, Shirley
Pyndrfws, Frances Ridiclc, Donna Moser, Rosemarie Toski, Delores Yes-
c en o.
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Mary Sacoulas, Rosemarie Sugrue. Dorothy Taube, Patricia Day, Ray
LeGrand, Lorraine Prycl. Rita Fanlcell. Betty Wayman. Jean Krummert,
Lois Raclermacher. Helen Weidle. ,
Steve Levendos, Sara Lane. Marie Williams, Lois Kimmel, Shirley Faw-
cett. Ruth Bolzing, Virginia Catalclo, Amelia Debes. Marilyn Koenig.
Shirley Ochsenhirt. Dolores Shelbur, Pat Lynch. Rita Newell. Ruthgay
Shelcter, Irene Johnson, Dorothy Ebitz, Nancy Miller. George Auer. Ben
Alcerley, Helen Zelkovic.
Sponsor: Miss Ruth.
GIRLS COLLEGE CLUB
Shirley Ann Lulcenas, Emma Slaughter, Rosella Kuss, Dolores Karanzas
Dolores Scarselli, Alice Cornell. Virginia Fichter,' Evelyn Curry, Mary Hart-
man.-Mary Kay Frederick.
Frances Catherino, Mary Ann Yetter.
Betty Taube. Janet Geyer. Shirley Brezina, I-lope Beattie, Mary Capps
Cecelia Brennan, Dorothy Napier, Mary Jane Fitzgerald, Thelma l-laas
Audrey Riester. l-lelen Subotich, Lucille Reagan.
Sponsor: Miss Myers.
GIRLS LEADERS CLUB
Joanne Kohler. Dorothy Tegethoff. Rosemarie Toslci. Nancy Subotich,
Patty McTague. Dorothy Comport. Alta Marth. '
Jean Krummert. Shirley Dallmus. Treasurer: Kathryn Dickman. Secretary:
Helen l-lampers. President: Rose Kluczan. Vice President: Joanne Wolfe.
Rita Fanlcell, Mary Zupsic, Elizabeth Sacherich, Loretta Edmonds, Patti
Sponsor: Miss Rowley.
Marian Lunz, Betty Velte.
Jean Fatata, Dorothea Daugherty, Barbara Neely, June Burkey. Grace
Malara. Joanne Kohler. Jane Montgomery. Patricia McTa9ue. Lillian Man-
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Shirley Paffle. Bernard Sloveslcy, Ray Hoffman, Pat Bizet, Nancy Lusk
Mary Ann Lucas. John Lyons, Ken Hamilton, Eleanor Buechele. Louis
Schattauer, William Reiser. l-loward Schlieper. Robert Christopher.
Mrs. Bonsall. Jim Shannon. Ludwig Suchacer, James Kalaris. Bernard Kosilc.
George l-lolusha, William Keller.
Absent: Glenn Hoskins.
Sponsor: Mrs. Bonsall.
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Peg e Fifty-six
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Delores Kraus. Virginia Cataldo. lda Stork. Mary Kay Frederick. Peggy
Rice Sarah Rice. Ruth Gay Shekter. Dolores Shelbur. Cleo Mears. Dolores
Tolbert. Mary Gongas. S
Lorraine Harms. Loretta Skadra. Shirley Hotfman. Mary Ann Yetter. Mary
Sacherich. Nancy Miller. Rita Newell. Helen Zelkovic Dolores Franz.
lrene Johnson. Lois Schwerer. Peggy Rogers. Ben Akerleys
Richard Munch. Herman Bott. Fred Hausler. Harry Miller. Leo McCarthy.
Mike Paris. Dolores Lutz. Rose Marie Perschy, Claire Balas, Jean Fugent,
Lillian Hartman. Helen Mountz.. ,
Marie Williams. Alice Foster. Jacqueline Sheahan. Hope Beattie. Virginia
Fichter. Mary Hartman. Dorothy Ebitz. Anna Dax. Helen Subotich. Thelma
Humphries. Martha Pridgen. Loretta Edmonds. Eugene Blair.
James Aust. Sara Lane. Shirley Ochsenhirt. Pat Day. Mary Sacoulas.
Shirley Neill. Shirley Schaefer. Shirley Dallmius. lrene Paganini Shirley Faw-
cett. Helen Syka. Dorothy Roadman. Mary Ellen Volkman. Ken Hamilton.
William Snodgrass. . .
Ray LeGrand. Eugene Greloner. Melvin Lehner. Clifford Brooks. Donald
Berger. Paul Gallagher. Donald Humphries.. George Cotter. '
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Thelma Humphries. Alberta Onopa.
Dolores Feitl, Dolores Franz, Lois Schwerer. Joan Lislca, Edith Ligons.
Sponsor: Mr. Emminger.
Peg e Fifty-eig ht
Janie Simpson. Florence Taylor. Martha Parker. Lucille Simpson. Betty
Heard. Janie Pridgen. Thelma l-lumphrey. Edith Ligons.
Eloise Gray. Vera Duncan. Chattie Brown. Marie Taylor. Carolyn Weston.
Martha Edmunds. Peggy Coles. Euretha l-learcl. Norma Immon, Geraldine
Annie Humphrey, Mary Midcllebrooks. Mattie Washington. Roberta
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Sponsor: Miss Miller.
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I0th GRADE DRAMA
Carol l-lutf. Marylois E. Rebholz, Barbara l-lare. Marjorie Lowe, Shirley
Abel. Phyllis Nelson. Joyce Tarasovich, Clara Sullivan, Audrey Knieling.
Victor Foster, Lois Mullen, Margaret Jones, Rose Capps, Mary McCloskey,
Maryann Wiedenhoter, Ronald Sutherland.
Dorothy O'Brien, Marda Kleebanlc. Emilia Olson, Virginia Willoughby.
Frances Ward.' ' ' 1 '
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l0th GRADE DRAMA
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Mary Farr. Jane Montgomery.
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Betty l-loltelcler. Aydrey Betzold. lcla Riebold. Jerry Stott. Janet l-lensel.
Barbara Reiser. Dorothy Comport. Rose Miller.'Betty McC5orty. Mary
Castriota. Nancy Clark. Mary Anne Brown. Flora Tolomeo. Lois Lache,
Sponsor: Mr. l-lettinger.
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Joanne Genter. Mary Kenneweg. Mary Ann Lucas. Pat Pollock. Shirley
Jordan. l-lelen Morrow. Lucille Reagan. Beatrice Jamison. Audrey Scott.
Geraldine Stott. Marion Miller. Ruth Barnes. X
Dorothea,Dau3herty. Lois Kimmel. Lois Milkovic. Ramona Gonzalez. Evelyn
Wutter. Grace. Verge. Alice: Schmale. 'Norma Sevcik. Thelma Haas. Ruth
Raclovick. Jeannie.Pearson,Nancy-'Tho,rniley. Nora Stanton. Wilma Scheu-
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Peg e Sixty-th ree
Violins--Ramona Gonzalez, June Watt, Lawrence Ebert. lrene Powlenok,
Marjorie Pusateri, Mary Lou Kucher. Sara Lane. Alice Foster, Audrey
Scott, Shirley Shelton, William Neofus, Theresa Boellca.
Viola-Margery Neill, Arlene Bailey, Helen Morrow.
Piano-Joan Waldau, Pat McTague. A
Clarinets-Ray LeG5rand, Robert Leech.
Trumpets-Dewey Bryant, James Mall, Donald Humphries.
Cello--Joanne Mills, Ferdinand Roehlich. Sara Sault, Mary Kenneweg.
Horns--Victor Foster. James Ellenberger.
Sponsor: Mr. Phillips.
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Mr. Diehl, George Fedeanis, Louis Schattauer. Philip Murray, Clifford
Brooks. Edward Black. Arden Barie, Michael Baehr, Richard Goettman.
Thomas Sunday, William Cole. Robert Keener. Roy Ziegler, Earl Williams.
Russel Smith. Clitlord Manley, Erwin Gairing, Owen Manley.
Elmer l-laas, Steve Lillion, Alfred Zendarski,wLarry Simonovitch, Frank
Kosik, William Snodgrass. Jack Kalbtell, George l-lolusha.
William Gibbs. Wiliam Keller, Norman Gottron.
Absent from picture: Charles Facemire, John Patterson. Oliver Rodgers.
Regis Birx. Jack Bunce. Frank Kamalich, Walter Bauer.
Sponsor: Mr. Diehl.
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Nettie Mike, Dolores Lutz. Helen Dinter, Virgi a Fichter, Joseph Liska,
Shirley l-lotfman. Irene Paganini. Ida Stork. Marlyn Koenig, James McCourt.
Lois Schwerer, Dolores Franz. Mary Hartman, Catherine Heard. l-lope
Beattie. Gertrude Patrick, Rose Kamalich, June Watt, Louise Lekinslcy,
Dorothy.Stahl, Theresa Boznick. Rose Marie Perschy. Dolores Feitl. Dolores
Miller, Helen Zelkovic, Lois Radermaclcer. Frank Buyna, Robert Vandevqrt.
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Shirley Neil','Beverly Benz, Nancy Roth. 'Dorothy Ebiti. B' 5 I W
Edward Klein. Mary Gold. Earl Zentgraf. 'Mrs.'Bonsall, Paul Gallagher.
Doris Markman. Betty 1WaymQan.. Mary Ann Yetter. Audrey Beilstein.
Margaret Rice.iSarah'Rice.Q,lglelen Syka. Willlialm Kustes, l-lovirard Bergman.
Wayne Yetter, Rodger Bolster. J J' L 'X
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Steve Medvan. Charles Lukenas, Robert Vaux. William McClelland, Larry
Muschar. Neil Mills, Robert Suto. Earl Lindner, Harry Miller, Larry Lower.
Elia lanelli. Casimer Ciply, Joe Alt.
Oliver Rodgers, Bernard Freismuth, Frank Kamalich, Orlando Oronato.
Tom Manson, Jack Sietz, Pres.: Gerald Krupp. Sec. 81 Treas.
Sponsor: Mr. Allen.
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Geraldine Gruen, Dorothy Onopa, Claire Balas, Alberta Miller, Anna Dax
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Joe Liska,sAndy Cotton, August Lang John Ritter, Lawrence Bickel
Dave Miller. Charles Millei, John Johnson, Joseph Alt, Orlando Robbiloaro
Dewey Bryant. Russell Willis, Ike Lazar. John Simile, Coach Allen.
Dick Schafer. James l-lirsch, Wayne Vetter, Bill Mundy, Robert Suto
Ray Fabina. Tony Simile, Clarence Washington.
Missing: J. Maley.
Coach: Mr. Allen.
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Herman Bott. Manager: Ray Caputo, Ralph Morrow. Geno Onorato,
Andy Zarybniclcy, Al Garret. John Johnson. Don Graeb. Ass't Manager
Paul Slcupniclc, Tony Simile, Vince Murovich. Charles Westo. Fred Thomas
Richard Patterson. Don Bradac, Pai: Pannier. A '
Faculty Manager: Mr. Diehl.
Coach: Harry Springer.
SWIMMING TEAM l
Charles LLrkenas,'Jel'm Zarrgg l-lawarcl Schlieper, Don Black.
Victor Zang. Neil Mills. Harry Marshall, 'Charles Thorniley.
Oliver Rodgers. Tom Manson. Jack Caatleblerry, Richard Facemire. James
Mall,' Larry Muscl'1ar,Q'La'rry Llower. Cl16flCS.Mlll2F, Gerald Krupp..
Coaeh: Mr. Allen.
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The above record is one of which the squad can be wel
was through determination and the will to win that made the 'fine show-
ing at all possible.
T. D. P. A. T.
SCORE BY QUARTERS
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27 27 I3
LEAGUE GAME STATISTICS
First Downs Rushing
First Downs Passing
First Downs Penalties
Total Yards Gained
Average Distance Punts
Passes Intercepted by
Own Fumbles Recovered
Opponents Fumbles Recovered
ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME
A SPEEDY and slick basketball player is Geno Onorator. Geno proved
his ability this year when he switched from the guard to the center
position, and even though none too large. he outwitted many ot his
taller opponents with his crattiness and sharp shooting.
s JOSEPH LISKA
A GUARD on Allegheny's stalwart wall, Liska is known tor his brilliant
defensive work. His competitive spirit and all-round good play made
him a major player tor the team. Few people knew that Joe participated
in tive games with a broken hand but even with this burden. he was
JACK CASTLEBERRY I
A STAR swimmer in any pool, Jack is known for his speedy swimming
in the 200 yard tree style and tree style relay events. Jack has
never placed lower than second in any event and has great flexibility
as a swimming performer. .
BIG and rugged "Murvo" proved. this past season, to be one of the
hardest objects for enemy linemen to move. Always working to win
in football. which to Ralph is the only and best liked sport. he will be re-
membered by his team mates and classmates tor always having a big smile.
DAVE is best known tor his capable work as a substitute for .lack Seitz
at the guard position. Every year Allegheny has a twelfth man on
the team and this past season, Dave proved his worth as that twelfth man.
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. FRANK BUYNA ' g
FRANK. was the regular end tor AIlegheny's eleven tor two seasons and
a member ot the basketball team for one. His age made him ineligible
in his senior year. but Allegheny will long remember his outstanding
FEW students saw "I-Iawk" play ball this year as he played only the
exhibition games and then was declared ineligible to xplay in the league
games. It was at this time that he was reaching the peak ot his playing
ability. and it is only right that he should be acclaimed in the Athletic
Hall ot Fame.
DAVID Hilliard. who merits characterization in this section. is acclaimed
in The I-Iall ot Fame.
GIRLS ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME
HELEN WEIDLE I
HELEN, who participated in-all athletic activities, has the highest num-
ber ot' athletic points. She has been captain ot many after school
volleyball and basketball teams. Helen is also an excellent swimmer.
I SHIRLEY BREZINA s
SHIRLEY is an expert and enthusiastic swimmer. She is the treasurer
ot Girls Lite Saving Club.
AUDREY has helped cheer our teams to victory tor three semesters.
She will be remembered tor her energy and enthusiasm in leading
Allegheny in cheering football and basketball games.
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Flow on to the sea. Ages shall roll by
Stands a school above all others Thousands yet unborn shall praise thee
Very dear to me. Allegheny High.
Lift the chorus. speed it onward
Raise a mighty cry ,
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Always collecting money - Nly one foots in the poor house
Flirting with ULU' Abner" - Iust call me "Daisy Niue"
Having Be-hop glasses - - They fit my complexion
Being quiet -
Being in love -
Being a cartoonist - - -
Giving plus points in gym -
- - I haven,t any teeth
- How did you lznow
- I trace all my copies
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Having various colors of hair - -- It isn't easy to do
Singing in speech class - -
Nly throat neecls the exercise
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Sarah Rice - -
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Helen Syka - - -
Nlary Ellen Voncman
Russell Willis - -
Mary Ann Yetter
Mrs. Bonsall -
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Loving music -
Being a good student -
Being cute - -
Being a Big wheel
Being friendly ----
- - - It comes natural
Somebody tickles my feet
- - - I swallowed a dictionary
- - - - That's not all I love
- - Work! Work! VVorteI
Oh! You maize me blush
- You should see me roll
- - - I like people
Being with George --------- Who else?
Vvalking home with Mike Paris - - - I get lost easily
Having coal black hair - - - Anna paints it every night
Having service in the lunch room - I like the smell offoocl
Being a small fellow ---- Somebody cut off my feet
Sewing in English class - - Don't have to tell everyone
Being the other twin ------ XVasn't my fault
Going steady --------- All ,the time
Vvriting sports for the Wah Hoo - - 1 see every game
Always reading ------ Books are interesting
Always handing out money - Fm close to bankruptcy
Never doing his homework - - I haven't enough time
Playing Basketball in his sleep - - It's easier that way
Being shy with girls ---- 1t's my inferiority complex
Having curly hair - ------ I have a Toni
Being a cooh - - - - - Thanks Miss Cole
Giggting in Nfath Class - It's not my fault
Working in Art class ----- How can I?
Chewing gum -------- I get it for nothing
Being quiet ----- You alon't imow me very well
Vtfriting to service men ------ Fm patriotic
Not having 5th, 6th, and 7th periods - School sure is easy
Being sweet ----------- - I eat candy
Vvriting letters ---- - - He's in the army now
Being a Bookworm - - - - - Are you kidding?
Being an actress -------- I can't help it
Playing football like Buddy Young - That's my miclclle name
Not getting to school ------- I tive too far
Calling us l2A's ----- You are, aren't you?
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Howard Bergman with a tenor voice
Bernadette Black missing Religious Education
Ruth Botzing listening to symphonies
Frank Buyna working X
lash Castleherry not on the balcony with Celine
Goerge Coffer with Mach hair
Robert Craven stuctying
Eclflie Draganiac not giving orders to the stage crew
George Fecteanis without Theresa
Betty Ferrara not being nice to everyone
Henry Geisster in home room
Xvitliam Gibbs without hooks
Robert Gortlan without ctimptes
Eugene Gretmer a. math teacher
Thelma Haas without Shirley
Catherine Heard listening
Dan Hilinshi being aggressive
Dave Hittiarci without friends
Shirley Hrlihy without her glasses
Donald Hurriphries without his music
Rose Kamalich agreeing with everyone
Iames Kalaris without his tie
Leo Katie with a wave in his hair
Delores Kimmel being afraid of water
Sam Lane without her Vvah Hoo
Ray LeGrand without his clarinet
Ntelvin Lehner always talking
Iune Lippert being on time
Robert Llewellyn with straight hair
Don Miller living in Nfanchester
Thomas Mike without Jetentions for heing la
Ralph Murovictl being 5' 2"
Shirley Ochsenhirt knowing shorthand
Irene Paganini playing a violin
Gertrude Patrick without Frances and Iune
Audrey Riester without Helen and quiet
Mary' Sacoutas not working at the "YP
Henry Stewart talkative
Tom Sunday Being a pate face
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Frances Siczurete without her boyfriend
Robert Vauz ectitor of the Press
Iune Watt without Rose
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HOME MADE BAKED GOODS
NORTH SIDE MARKET NO. 75
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ALTHOUGH it is always said that the production of a yearbook is the
sole responsibility and creation ot the students, we. the editors, as
well as the Statt and school. know and realize how little can be accom-
plished without the wholehearted cooperation ot all those who are in
any way connected with its publication. So, with this thought in mind.
we would like to express our most enthusiastic appreciation to:
Our printer, the John Crawford Park Printing Company, for its
patience and promptnesslin helping us meet our deadlines.
Our engraver. the John C. Bragdon and Son Company, for their
invaluable advice and gracious consideration when dealing with
matters which were both puzzling and perplexing to us.
Our photographer. Strem Studios, tor arranging the schedule so
that it would be available when needed, and tor prompt and
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advertisers. tor their cordial reception of our Static. and for
their loyal support.
We. ot Allegheny, like to think of these people as a part of Alle-
gheny. and we consider it an honor to have been associated with them.
Our 'final vote ot thanks goes to our principals and faculty members.
our statf advisors. and the underclassmen, who. through their willing co-
operation and loyal support throughout, made it possible for this book
to be assembled.
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