Allegheny High School - Wah Hoo Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1953

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A ffm ar -Q ax. W ' if X 1-' , x X2 x f X Q X 1 ., xi X 11 D x'X'x 1. 4 I Q I Q 5 fi xl ff ,, R 1 I . NVQ As. 'R QS' ff-f -5' ' 2 1 CCDME CLIMB WITH US Three years ago we stood hennth the steps lC'ld1I1U through our days at Alle Qfheny shyly yet e1-ferly 'wx lltlllff our journey Far off in the dlstinee vlexmed our goal grlduation Tf1VtllHKY side hy side with our el lssmates we moxed earnestly forwlrd Gathering ls we went knowledve experience and happiness Only too soon we reached our list strep And now with a smile on our lips and a te1r in our To you our friends and our plrents ut happily s1y Come climb with us Page Two The hearing Allegheny F11 the se ll with the motto Onward and Up ward is unveiled at a speti il assembly K K T Tl T I I 15 X K K I T, S ' , '15 . 'z 3 ' . . ' Sz ' 5 'z ks- 1 .'. .',," fa' 2:5 ',' ' . 2 , 5. ' x 4. N N 5 , ' ' , . . ' . , . z ' ' . , ' ' ' ' ' ' . ' eyes, we shall travel again "onward and upward" along our stairway of memories. , ' ' . 4 ., H . 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Mr. M1111g c41r11c 111 A11cg111'11y from I.4111g1cy 11'11cr1' hc 114111 1111111 V 4 E 11311 1'. 'hc . ' ' fy :4,., 44-1 f 1 Aft- CL 11' 1 AllQ1hc 111 as ,111 1 M51 C11 -'11 ' 111.1 '. I '-. XV1114 s111111,s11c 4 gl 11 1 1' "5 c14ss1's. M1ss 1 111114 ' 11'1Cz 3' I S' ' A "1'1 1 Ejfgh- 1,s11c "11s1'11 1135 1' 411 1.41111 E I1Lly1IIg 11r111g' 111111 g 1f1111. ' k , Ha " U, ' 1 A11CLhI V S1 ' 11',lJ3I, 'SS C '. 1 'S ' A 1 '. 1-. A l1c1h- 55111 4 ,11 ' 1 '41s 11""s. M1ssS'11'4 1 ""'111111' B4c11'1 'SQ dM4s"sD'gc1s .S . 1 S"'1' ' .1vI'ssS111'a :114s11cc 111111-113 - . 'I-11's4 1 411' '11 1 1 '14. 1 s. 11 '1111 THESE HAVE HELPED US Allcghcnyk physical cducation dcpart' mcnt conccrns itsclf with hclping studcnts dcvclop hcalthy hodics as wcll as hcalthy minds. Mr. H. M. Springcr, physical cducation haskcthall, haschallg Mrs. Eranccs Mason, matron: Miss Agncs Elinn, physical cdu' cation, intramural sports: Mr. Bruce Allcn, physical cducation, foothall, swimming. Ahscnt from picturc: Miss Mziudc Row' lcy. physical cducation, intramural sports. Preparing studcnts for futurc occupaf tions or collcgc arc thc shop and scicncc tcachcrs. Mr. Thomas Wt'hstcr, hiology: Mr. Louis G. Holc, scicnccg Mr. E. H. Floyd. draw' ing. math: Mr. john Gruhcr, shop, math: Mr. bl. Ercdcrick Kunzc. scicncc. math. vis' ual aids: Mr. Wciiclcl Swartz, shop. math Latin, Gcrman. and Spanish arc taught at Allcghcny. as wcll as English. Standing: Mr. Clarcncc XVorlcy, Eng' lish, Puhlicationsg Mr. Charlcs Hcttingcr, English. Actiyitics: Scatcd: Mr. Cyrus Vxfcckcrlc, English: Miss lvlargarct Klinc. English: Mrs. Mary Alcilrics. Spanish: Miss Eli:ahcth McWil- liams. Clcrman. Thc music and art dcpartmcnts provide training in usc of lcisurc timc apprcciation of the linc arts. Mr. Benjamin Phillips. hand, orchcstraz Miss blanc Hchcrling. vocal music: Mr. Carl Hcync, art and crafts. Girls wh-i iiitcml tw hcqwliic .1 "Mi'sf' .irc liclixmi gi-i-.irly iii their pi'cp.ir.iti-iii hy Alles uliquyl hifmc cwiiiiriiius .md Ulllslllllil' x'kiL1C.lIi1'Il LlCP.lI'IIUCIlI4. N-.iii-il: Niiss Hulvii lxixift, Cliiiillllll Miss M.irg.irct M.iQKimiwii, ihctitiing Mrs. Lu' fills Cfmiphull. hump cwiwiiiigs, Staiiiliiig: 1N4iss L.ii1i'.i Mycrs. UHIINUINQI' cdiigitii-iii Miss Paiilixiq Biwstwii. Girls Ad' YIQCT. Typing, slim-rli.iiiil, ti'.msQi'iptiwii. hwkf the siihiccts Liiight hy this gmiip wt tixichprs. M11 Thiiiims Stuxx'.ii't. Llistrihiitivu Ckllllil' . , . , tum: Mr, C,l.iudc Difhl, mnmicrciail. F40 Lllty Mmiiigcr i1fArhIi-riusg Miss Riwiimayric r - v XXuri'rlI. wiiiiiiui'ci.il1 Mrs. B.irh4ir.1 Ix.irlf wich. Ch'I'k1 Miss Qlcmldiuc Digkinsim, cuninicrmil. Ahsciit fruiii pictiirvz Miss Myrtlc NY5' hc. Qwriiriicrcidl: Mrs. Mary Rmlgcrs, Qhiqt clcrki Miss Augiisni Sippcl. hiiiik clcrk. Allcghuiiyfs studcnts .irc kcpt iipftimliitc mi uiirrcrit uwiits .is xwll aus huing naught thi- hippciiiiigs wt, liiiig .igfi hy thc sugigil scicncc dcpartinciit. Miss Ihirwthy Muiqk, sugml stmhcs: Mr, Stuphuii Gilh-git. fXttQml.imc iwfficcr: Miss Ell.i Mcsscr. sfmml studics .ind En' glishg Miss Clmgc Milhsi' .ind Rh. Thin-nu. histwryg Miss Mildiwil MgXY1lh.ims. hhmrf mn. kucpiiig. .mil ilisti'ihiiIix'c uliigitiuxi .irc OUR CLIMBI G I Q vs Q. 06 WE JOIN A CLASS CLASS Ol JAXUARX 1956 Front Row 'vlx Vlmtk Clrrenee Remer Pxtrma Cato Ruth Rou e George Bennett ornn W Cher Cenexlexe S hhe Namy Klng Helen Conte Margaret Enengart Donald P1 reky Leona Krh Second Row Piltflxld 'Krehty Carole Ros oan Feltt :me Mmgone oan K rmx Rohertr bhmahm Pxtrlen Kelly ohanna Deiueustme Vwrlhrm 'vlarhnll Mary Lou Bro ouch Vlxry Carpenter Donna L li o eph Pate Damel Louehery Top Row jamex Hexley Fred Potet Robert Strktley Gary Ixer on em Hljdukovlth Prtrxtla Shu betk Kenneth Murrry Prtrr-.rr U uk Rlta MIHUCLI Rohert Cermtk 1 k Genner Mmrexret H1 tlng, Picture at left b Iver on utr ple rdent De Augu trne pre ldent C' 4 etrttrry trer ure: xre 'ldffllllllg the new Vw 1h Hoo etunpaxgn poxter Front Row F W Floyd Buddy Ivlareelle joetta Hall Bexerly Fertt Exelyn Rob on Peggy Vvltt Mary Teets Frredl Sacoulrs Lnerne Butler Conme A hbaugh Lrlllm Chrx toll Colletta O Mrlley Second Row Wmllram Hoegel Helen Gmhrm Donald Frnke Walter Madara Margaret Klrkprtrxtk Arlene Kuka Arlene MtW1ll1amb Ellen Plummer Patrma Noonan Carol Chutko oseph Alexander Top Row Thomas Kennedy Paul Smxth Doreen Craxen Gemldlne Blttner joan Llppert Doloree Kreme xlfglflll Angell Shxrley Grryeon Sponsor Mr Floyd Picture at left H W1 h eeret1ry trea urer C Chutko pre ldent IN 1 ohy nee pre ldent eonduet 1 homeroom meeting Front Row Angelo Conti Leon Weltershatrsen Barbara Kttk Sandrr Fulton Anna Ferl Madelme Metz Athena Knllrm Marlene Tlmtho Frame La Barbera udxth Klllkllli Kenneth Snyder Walter Butler Second Row R1 hrrd Grunt om Loxbmm Helen jakulmutl Arlene Stern H21 el 'Kme une Cobtello Adrxenne Sell: udxth B1 hm Eh aheth Qummmg Reel Brmey Top Row ohn Vw olle Carl Pnollna Troy Roeha Wrllram Wolxerton VN alter Mahol lo Tom Patter on Sponsor M1 Klme Prcture at left -K C mtl t pre rdent S Fulton ecre tary T Patter on ple ldent are IH pe tmg the new 1 ue 1 l the Vrah H2121 Page Eleven ,-, - 2 2 4 , n,x, I g :. 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' N , 'K 11 5 fc 'ss I F V 4 CLASS Ol JUNL 1051 Front row Helen Kappw Rodger Wyckoff Eleanor Brown Shirley Kenny lrxncea Guenther Glorla Frank L1ll1an Stoecker Betty Brown Marwa Adams bhlrley Mann oan Lynch Norman Baehr Second row Rose Mrry Dugan N rney Uwens Edna Mae Sehwe1ger Robert oeitlexn Eleanor ohn on Barham Favors Helen Wllaon Margle Hemlem Angehne Darnno Ernestlne Morgan Anna Mxe Co xta Elmer Huerhln Ethel MCIQCF Audrey Tracey Roaemxrv Konopaskl Lon. MeElhaney Irene Sehexble Shxrley Van Seyoc Ch1rleQ Lazar Top row Dillijfli Mlller Emma Rem Roy Fark erry Brlneko Kty Mourtaco Ruth Blttner Brrhara Campbell amex Brmk Herman Axhel Phmlhp Thompson Rlchard Brown ml n Beatty Kenny 'Knderxon Absent from PILIUFC Anna LaMann1 ohn M1rtuQ Pat Sehuheek Plcture at right C' La rr secretary B more nee prev dent A Coate treaQurer L Stoeelcer pre 1dent prepare lor tomouow homework nmgnment Front row Mvrtle Mllhgan oAnne Luzarra o'Knn Hulme Glady johnxon une Knuth Dorothy Darr RoQe Marxe Troxell ohn Ewa Hlyw Mme Kelly Marle Mxller Elleen Mrmmay Charles Wexcensee Second row Mr Heyne Thomae Hood Audry Brlttner ohannt Almhof Mary Ann Gyrlk Harry Fueh TDCTCSI Pro haika C3.fOl1I1C Idzakoxxc Rohert Spelkman Fharlex Martn, Ronald Colemm okeph Pace Bll Eul Fred Naatz Ronald MeDowall Dorothy Derovun Ceelle Glh son Marte Beatty Top row Mrrgaret Duffy Chlrle Whlte Stephen Zumc Mme WllltCfhdltCT Marlene Lang Edna Brunner Arlene l'en11ch Rohert Cxroeco Elwood Scott Herman Boehmn, Betty S hlegrl Ronald Cnal lonardo Mary Lou Erh Charlotte Henlce Grate Stoner Mirgaxet Dunphy Absent from picture Berthr Lyons llorenee Rlgg Picture at right Knuth etretuy R cllll0l'1lILlU M d It Il lc Front row In Turner Roe Mdlllll Mlry Haywood frthexxne Ltw lN1nty Stamhxugh oe Blrx lNor1n1n lenk Dnlene Stlllllldf fharlene Clzelc Vlolet Bower learl Ronune Dnld KAN ello Second Row Arlene Hepp JUILN e er oxrune 1 ll Eelnor Yin out Dorothy Kline Mlldled llltllllllg Helen Hnddulronek '1 Mltttrlnen lent t mt f rthtrlne Vu 111111 llltlll Mlttlxtws ot ru le LH 1 one on Lexthely Hmy Vven el Thomn Kotrner Top row Annu Sexellc Annette Stelanoll D111 Klfili Mlehae Brogrn 1 ell Nexdorltx toree 1 ner cont Btrcm beneuexe Gehlert bump, Not Ron tld Ernherger T mmy Ixey ohn BlllCX1x.l1 l mul Eflllllllll es f rrl Lum Lo1 Th rler Absent from pxcture Bexerly Daugherty r l 1 Pxcture at rnght L1 Lmtlxoxmt Netnetary T Ixey prrqdem tN1L1 ct TCI tl! 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' , , . a . 'F ' -l 'AE ' ' , A . , - . ' z . I, ' ' " , a . ' 1 ' . ,. . ' ,. , l , . . . 1 7 4 7 SV 2 V ' ' E . 5 ' ' . a .,j 4 , 1 4' J af ' J: : J . , , 4 . ,l 4 , J 4 , J 4 , 2 4 2 Y . , J 3 : ' a . ' ' : . , 1 1 ,. , 4 4. . , 4 , ' , 5 '- 'S 1 t4 : 1 , Yi S' ' , '. ' 4 . 4 .4. 4 J S 4 4. 4 . ' -, , ' 1 1 4 , 4 , 1 , 2 4 . ' 1 , H, " ' 4 , 'I is , 4 J r , s . . 4 4 4 : . , 4 J 4. McClelland, james Thorns, Robert Lane, john Koerts, J A , 1' L- ' , 1 , 1 f , . ' ' 1 . ' , as 1 , ' " . 1 . , r f f 's ' , 1. 1 se ' Y ' 2 s' 1 J , - 4 - c ., , 1 44 ' ' 4 4 , 1 4 3 1 - 1 -R-X I ' , ' , ' , 2 4 , , z' , 1 : , , Q . ' , . . , . I J . 4 f S 4 , ' 1 1 : : ' s , '4 4 , ' , a z , ' 4 4 . 4 . 4. .4 4 ,, 4 - 5 , , ' , 1 ' lf '. ' 4 ' :4 . ' s , 1' 1 , .4 ', V ,ya 11. -, s s ' ' ' '- 1 4 V x V ' W W Z .if f ,fi . Q K f i -2 f , ri ff. 3 4 f. Q... A -L im!! if A ,z ,.,: V ,Q K W Q ix X ?, 1 Q Y X H ,. X .4 1 M gk If 15 is 5 1 W Q bf f Q, .E , 5 .3 Q- Q.?mHqg9 5 f x Q 3 ' it ':'22-1- 2 ,.:.,., ,. 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O 5.- xxq ont row D 1 1 X 1 I1 1 111 11,1 S111 1 1 1 1 1 1 QQLU row E 111 1 1 1 I1 1 1 ll 1 1 1 I1 1 1 1 1111 11 1111 on w IJ 111 1 1 1111111 111 111 P1 XR 111 11111 1 1 II 11l 1 IX 1 cture at loft B 1 KI 1 11 1 111! 1 1 run! row N 111 1 1 1 1 '1 111 1111 I 1 lY1lkL 111 Xl 11 11 '1 1 1 111111 1 Sccon ru 411 1 TL W H111 K L11 111111 LI 1 1 1 11 1 N IIN 11 HN 1 K K I 11111 'V111111 lll 1 111111 lL1 1111111 op row D I1 1111 111 1 L nk 1 lllk 11 I UNL l KI INK 111 Q 1 1 11 1 1 lt 1 1 LT ll 1111 LI 1 E11111 51 111111 'v111t1ll '111t1l11ll Absent from pnturf: TI111 11 1 1 ICIUFE at left I 1 1111 K.. l l ll '1 K H1 ont row D I 1 1 T1 1 111 R 11111 N 1 1 11 111 11 111 111111 1 1111 11 Secon 11 ll 1111l1 I1 1 1 11 11111 1 I I1 1 1 1 T1 111 1r 1 111111 I1 5 1111 ll X1 111 11 11 111 To row 'X I1 1 11 LI 111 1 1 1 1111 111111 1 11111 1 XX 1 1 ture at left I '1 1 1 D I1 1 1 1 111 V CLASS OF JLIXI 1934 Front row Dorothy Duntan Dolorea LrBella Donna Knox Anna Hryson omne Rudy Llllxan Falxert Evelyn Stoner Marlene Urschler Dolore Vrhowek Ber me Vletrneler Ann Stewart Grate Matthews Second row Geraldme Merlo Edward Prlenty Frank Kurtz Ruth Herman Bertha Malone Eugene Mrthel ThereQa Tremel Mary ane Cape Edna Barkley Eleanor Cunnmg ham Blll Derrlck john Kmkle Ronald jre Walter Kaye Top row ameQ Ferguwn Robert Swartworth Ronald Mohr Blll Rhodex Edward Roh on Edward Shup ky Rodger Ryan R1Ll1dfd Wrshlngton Alfred Becker Fran cxs Alder Leo Dumphy Picture at right F Alder preeldent M Ursehltr Vw nh Hoo Reple entatlxc F Kurtz wee preeldent D Vrhox sek treasurer aw t thexr eacher m Hlmg thedule tard CI ASS OF JANUARY IO54 Front row XX1lllam Satherlth Arlene Allerton Rltr Fran gok Mary ane Ends Anna Dague Martha Flemen Patrlua Brnoxatz Pearl BYOCIOUS Patrltlr Baehn Betty Flack Ernu Battlstl Ruth Stahl Second row Irene Creek ane Park Elzune Noxak Margrret Mtflo key Carol Chlhlllllm M1r1e Brlsamo -lamee Clyde Dolore Tempert Lllhan Shearer Alxce Brrtkett Eather Engel Henrietta Brehm Warren Blackburn Dorothy Prxdgen Rlehard MtKam MISS Myere Top row Edward Malezl Fred Hmtemeyer Ralph unghane Ronald Kornxck Ronald Hoffman W1ll1am Balhach Bernard Slmone ames Blttner Rohert Holusha Paul Fr1t Thomu Borgo Huhert Ivey Rlehard Hlll Denme Kurtz Robert Gange Edwlrd Helgermrn Donald Hardy Glenn Izydore Ab Qent from plcture Alhert Corhm Lorralne Fexlxng Eugene McLaughl1n Plc ure at right Blttner pre ldent E Engel x t pxesldent B Fluk etretarv R C-ante treasurer type thelr Engll h theme Front row L1ll1C johneon Marlyn Ketterer Nadine Hen derson Dons Shxpman Brrhara Stexenw Eleanor Frenth Lorralne Flynn Dorn Huy Marlene Lang Pat M1kepe'rce Lafayette Burlexgh Rue Ludwig Second row oanne Wrwrpd ane Getz Mlldred Stakely Freddla Heard H1 el Wade -latkle Wehwter ohn Westrwn Paul Prnhrk Brll Grech Tony Maru IC Top row B1 xl Pa th rledr f harle Burger Tom Tau atk Danrel Paul Mooney Leo Lukenaa ime North Bull Butler Don Nauyokak ame Shroadi Absent from picture Mlldred Bon uhm Fedeinl f rrolvn CJCISY Gerry Cnund 1 Lea Hue om Huttenlotker Imnette Ianellx Shlrley Keller Pat Numer Glllfll Swetrrd Cr nme XX otkenfu Tom Gallagher Picture at right F Heard treaeurer L Luken N pre rdent Get etretxry Vs ood wee pre ldent rre tomp1r1nf, u ln p eprrmon 1 ehenu w r Page Twenty . 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' strj est. 1 N 3 i I I 5' Ill Ill NEI at .5 'U el ! 5 " 3-WV We Get 5 ' 'S rl 1 :Vg IA 'X -' - 5 gi , A6 N or H 1 1 Q ' ' hmm! . 4 . 1 fy XXX ,xxxx N 'qqlillll' 1 V, .v . , ,:::::r' J - I P uilifiiigi if, 9 ' 5 S 5:::::: Ni Q 1 A. ? -K 1 X L 4 E! Q . , , ,, Acquainted THESE FACES AND PLACES lluttiug .xuqtlatilmtctl nt Allughcny ilmxmlws much more than just mccting muck clzzssnmtcs amd tcztchcrs. Among thc Al-QqLlQl1I1tll11CCS which unc shun mukcs Arc Mr. Hcttingcr and Mr. Dichl, Allcghcnyfs nctivitics tlircctwr amtl faculty I11QlI1ilg1CI' ut' nthlt-tits. Mr. Gilhcrt, the truamt officer. cncuumgcs students to alttcml xhtml regularly, Mr. Iscnhcrg. Ll fbricntl in time uf. truuhlu. ht-Ips mamintgnm fricntlly rclantiwns hctwccn thc stu' tlcnts and thc mtulmurs. 1111111 InI'll1U hl I I XRII1 Ill 1 4 Dr Cuhtn 5 BECCME FAMILIAR TO US Mrs. Rodgers and Mrs. Karlovich are Alle- gheny's two office clerks who undertake the joh of producing each day's bulletin, along with their many other tasks. Her helpful advice and friendly encouragement are qualities for which Miss Willetts, vocational counselor, is noted. Here she lends a student a college catalogue. Mr. Mattern, the principal, congratulates a memher of the foothall squad as he presents him with his letter. From acquaintances made in the halls of Alle' vheny. many lifeflong friendships are formed. -ual O 0 ' -.. I Wikia. if 5 E V,Q,f- Qig i51TA"'W "F , K' ff 1 un .iw M--Q. , , ,, K .m,,.QA'?5?Q2n 'af' fm! ,QT -...I 6 'Wi Fl ' -,,,,.- . ' 1359? lu., f' E fpg U f ' far. 4 , 'ig'-"2" ' S vi 9? , i'.:n"?n v P'2i'i'g' W NU .. 4-rfW1"'Q.mg ' STAGE CRIQXV - DRAMA - SOCIAI. DANCING - BRIDGE Joining Ll eluh is hy fur the hest wily tu meet guitl make frieutls. In 1-Xlleglieiiy. stutleuts take ntl' vantage of their cluhs for just this purpuse. The st.ige crew not llllly gets gneeiuaiiitetl with the equip' ment necessary tn make ll prutliietiuii run smmwthly hut .ilsw with the IWCl'l-LlI'II1CI'S. Ilesitles temehiiig poise and grace on the dzmee flwur, the Dancing Cluh serves als :L metlium Ihr s+wei.xl emit.1ets, lvlemhers ut, the Drama Club leairn the Iuntlgimeiitnls ut, stage makeup .mtl puhlie sptxilxiug while they .iequmiit them' selves with egieh other. In the intimney uf gi e.irtl mme. ex'erx'wiie is t'rieutllx'! This I.iet has umtle the Bridge and Cguiustu Cluh one of Allegheiiyk must 1WlllWLll.Il' eluhs, The Iliees uf the Mlwie Squad are welcome throughout the sehmml, Vxfithcvut these huys the stutleiits ewultl 11-it he iiitlwiiieel uf the uuiegising wonders of visual Qiitls. Whether it he :I Llunee or .I shlg-J priitliietiim. .ill stutleiits are 41w.ire uf their pres- ence hy uriginail zmtl aittrznetive pwsters auiel tlee-ir.1ti:i1is. These .ire pruxitletl thrwugh mush time auitl erhirt hy the Art Deeurgltiims Cluh, ART I JIAICURATIOXS CLUBS APPEAL TO MOST OF US YISIAI. AIDS CRIQXX' lV1A.lORli'l'l'lf CLUB Essentials necessary to become a member of the lvlajorette Club are a slight knowledge of twirling a baton and willingness to learn. The girls meet first period on Vsfednesdays for practice sessions. bl. Goettman. R, Lorenz, C. Stahl, and L. Zang are pictured here during one of these practice sessions. Miss Rowley is the sponsor of the club. THERES NOTHING LIKE A CLUB- CHEERLEADERS CLUB The Cheerleaders Club, which meets each Monday, has always attracted a large number of girls eager to become Allegheny's Cheerleaders. lts members are taught the basic fundamentals of cheering. and compete for the positions left open by graduating seniors. In the picture at the left, cheerleaders Betty Lou Schmidt and Gloria Castriota teach the new members, Evelyn Stoner, Darlene Schmitt, Barbara Mzihler, joan Schoettle, and Gladys johnson the proper ways of cheering. GIRLS l.lfAIJliRS Girls Leaders Club is a select group of girls - those who are outstanding in physical education They orficiate after school tournaments. keep the point record, and provide all-round leadership. as the name of the club indicates. Ar the left N, France. W. Feyig fholding ballj. Potisek. N. Nye, and H. Shaw fstandingj are a few of the outstanding leaders of the club GIRLS l.lI"Ii SAYING To he admitted as a memher of Girls Life Saving Cluh one must he ahle to swim four lengths of the pool and tread water for two minutes, Menihers are taught water safety and methods of res' euing a drowning person. The picture at the right shows a few of the girls demonstratinf' various life saving earries. s HI-Y CI.L'Pm All hoys interested in elein sports, clean speech, and elean o join Alleghengfs HIfY Cluh. I p ereate, maintain. and extend hiv Christian eharaeter throughout the th munity. Rudy Berger, Frank Zeho. Rithi Ronald Quigley inspect their eluh en picture at the right. T0 HELP U GET ACQUAIN BOYS LIFE SAX INC Memhers of the Boys Life Sixin fundamentals along with the knatk c safely, Entrance tests are given to hility of the hoys wishing to en e GETACQUAI TED DANCE--HALLQXXfEEN- Of all the activities here at Allegheny the mics hest liweel are the dances. Picturetl here are scenes from the Halloween Dance and the Blue ,lean Huh, Another early highlight uf every year is the Uetfficquaintecl Dance in humor of the lUB's. The Art Deeiiratiuiis Cluh :iw tu great lengths tu make realistic and heautiful decorations for thesc dances. The Zwmhie un this page is une Ill- their maiiy ercatiiwiis, To add tn the enjoyment of these socials, the dance committee usually tries tu pi-fwiele swine entertain' ment. such as The Mellcvxx' Harps which were featured at the Blue ,lean Hup, Alleglieiiys claiices help the students to get better acquainted with their schiml, teachers, and fellow students. ,Sw CHRISTMAS Christmas .it Allegheny gives one il feeling nt' eiimplete pe.iee and serenity. An immense tree illuminates the first floor h.ill .intl the ehiiirs' xwnees eehu thruugh the eldssrimunms, The tl.iy hefore viiegitioii, the entire student hotly gathers around the tree where eairuls :ire sung. Lziter, at sulemn prugmm in the aintliturium elimiixcs gin impressive day. Pictured here Aire several txihlezius of the hirth nl' Christ piirt uf the iiwef inspiring program. AA' p. 'Z J, ww, Vgtriwus usscnmlwly prwgmnus were givcn thruughwut thc ycalr but thc most amusing prwgrzun wat 1 thc Vvfth Hmm Skits. Huh smuustcr nmuluncrs uf spccch class cnturtnin the students by presenting hilgtriuu skits. Althwugh tht' stutlcnts clmjwy the unnutly, the mmm purpwsc of thc skits is tu btmst nur l'l1LlQll.'liI1C sales This thcy Ju sw t'Ht't't1wly 111.11 thcir p1'csc11t.ttw11 h.ts bggunn' il tmditiun hare nt Allcghcny, Page Thlrty-twc WE CCDMBI E CDUR TALENTS IN "NOW AND THE " ln wrdcrtupL1rclmsc rflcwisimm scts fur thc sqlwwl. Allcf ghcny prcscntul ll Variety Show entitled "Nmx' .md Tlxcnf' It was held un April 21st and Zlml in thc Llkklllllfllllll. Thc "Thou" purtion umt.1incLl mugs xml skits which worm pupulnr ymrs Agn. Likcwisc, the "Nmx'M purtimm CllIl4lSlCLl ul' mmlcrn Llumcing and :Wu j.1::. FL'.llUI'CLl in nhl- elwxx' wsu' Illllllillllllii singcrs, Ll.1mc1'4. urxnuli.m+. .xml .1 unnlw. J MW 4 We Show O X O 4 C I A 3 Cut School Spirit SCHOQL SPIRIT FIRST SIflVlIiS'I'lfR A night lmskctlmll garmc fnllnwcd by .x d.nntt proved tn lm unc nf thc lwiggcst succcsscs ut tht sein-sstcr. Studcnt Council ulsn spnnsurcd thc trnditinnt Gut Acquznintcd Dance for thc ncw IUBF. Lu tr in thc scgmmlm the Thrcc Dash-ss and zz Dut wt funturcd nt thc Scninr Fzlrcwcll Duncc. :mt wlnt 1 at gnnd timc was had by alll. At thc left the Assembly Committee hunk mtr plans fur Il Corning progrr Btlnw strc thc nfficcrs nf Student Cnunt Bctty llurlciglm. wcrttzlry: Alitt' Thnxnds. xltt prcsidcntz Thnnms Vrana, prcsidcnt: Frgnnccs lxn bet. t 122 123 I2-4 ll? IIS ll'-1: www I3 227 NWN! 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J In -.-f Za 4 , P 'llwlfl -' 'uf A fe S R K .14 ,K Thomas Vrana Yearbook Editor Cynthn Nlst joseph Rnbar Frank Rouser Art Editor Gcorgene Schlxepcr Miry Sham Peggy Ann Stoehr Magazme Editor Elaine Knox Frank Zebo SPREADS SCI-IGCDL SPIRIT Wilma Hlnkel Assocntc Editor Dolores Swlderskl Associate Editor Frank Lelstner Busmess Manager Page Tmrty nine , f Y- , 1 - ' 'W " Q "A K 4' ' ' Q .. 1 . X Q- Q A E U Q E fy ., , '5' , f , . . Barbara Peltier . " ' , ,"2E33 1? .,,, H' mg . ---- - - ' ' - , , 1 Q ' x C V , F 1 1, E3 E l 43 'gf'-ri' r f 1 A STAFF QF 50 PUBLISHES WAH Hoo smifrf lntn nur yearhnnk and magazine goes sweat and hlnntl that nl' our yer ' ggi wahle editors. Largel ' V - I . . 1 V . 5 . X respnnsihle lnr the success nl the magamne, alrvng with its writers, spnnsnrs, phntngraphers, typiats, and artistg are the circulation and advertiiing stall memlaers. Mornings may find them giving peppy salei talks to hnniernunms, preparing clever. eyefeatehing pnsters, ur canvassing the area for ads. Below. meinherx nl the Yearhnnk Staff. alnng with the Inllildzine edit-wr. cheek the hnaneial xtatn- The Circulation Stall eheekf fnhferiptinn- with with the hu-ine-s manager. Seated left tn right: Allcghenyl enrollment here. Seated lelt tw right: Shirley Al'wriwinm'it:. Alice Thomaf. Twin Vrana. Melissa Bell, Margaret Emnry, Martha Clemenx. Frank Leistner. Standing: Margaret Apel. Peggy Standing: Betty Lon Sehmidt, Elaine Nnyak. and Gray. Dulnrex Swiderski. and Vfilma Hinkel. Bah Bauer. emherx uf the Sehnnl Nritef Staff read prnnf A lalt-minute ruxh ii made l'-y the Literary md make linal enrrectn-ne helnre it in tcm lmgk SMH rn meet their deadline. Seated: Barham Peltier. tn the printer-. Standing: Marlene Uairing. Gerry Peggy Ann Stnehr. Paul Mminey. Standing: Rwaln' C,-rundza. Chuck Dahlinger. Evelyn Stwner. and Rnzal-ti-. 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X 1 L P X N XX 1 III II I11N11 xx II rw- rx ul In Q5 XVAH I 100 R EPRESENTATIYES FIRST SEMESTER lst Row: Vfni. Balhach, Joyce Sellman. Edna Brunner. Vslalter Bohn, Barry Ferris, Rose Lorenz., 'lane Goettmanz 2nd Row: Nancy Vsvitt, Niarlene Urschler. Violet Bowers. ,loan Coleman, Gail Casey: 3rd Row: Lorraine Flynn, Eleanor Herp. Carol Rice: Standing, Rear: Marry 'lane Vidinzi, Dolores Miller, Rohert Bauer, Joanne Bergman, Louis Cherpes. SECOND SEMESTER lst Row: Roee Lorenz, lvlarcellu Kelly. Nancy Kunfelinan, Violet Bowers, Dolores Miller, Nancy Vw'itt, Lorraine Flynn. Eleanor Herp, Helen Appleton. Grace Mzitliewig 2nd Row: Joanne Bergman. Geraldine Faulkner, Rohert Bauerx. Rohcrt Hurley, Loui- Clwrpcx, Vfilliam Nlurxliall. Vfilliznn Balhuch, W'21lter Bohn, 'loan Laihman. Marry 'lane Vidinzi. SPIRITED SALESMEN SELL THE WAH HCC Although they .irc not orlicially memlners of the W.rh Hoo Stall. the Vw'ah Hoo Reprcscnnitivex play :1 vitally important part in the Nuccess of the sales campaign. Theirs is the job or collecting the suhxcription money and Qeeing that each suhscriher receives hi4 magazine. Page Fyty-two SERVICE SQUAD CREATES A SPIRIT DF FRIENDSHIP AND CDURTESY SERYlCli SQUAD Maintaining order throughout the halls of Allegheny are memhers of the Service Squad. which is eomposed of seniors who have completed two years of physical education. Iviemhership on the squad is on a voluntary hasis and mernhers use their period as a time for study, Here, Loretta Vichheck and Edith Thill point out things ol interest around the school to a visitor. First Row: Ronald Corbin, Katherine Potochnilc, Ivlary Loeoeo. Alniira Gillespie, Marianne Knorr, Nadine Hen' derson, Brenda Elder. Lloyd Engel: Second Row: Mildred Boris, jane Park, Don Colosiino, Ed Helgerman, Doris Huy, Dolores Tcmpert, Doris Shipman, jo Ann Vsfoods: Third Row: Don Nauyokas, Gayle Xyuigt, Jeanette Gairing, june Paulat. Don Phillipps, Daisy jaecke, Martha Cle- nicns. Ruth Stahl, Don Hardy. 5 i -nr THIS TOO IS THE ALLEGI-IENY SPIRIT I'Ic's over! And :mother six points arc ziddcd to Allcghciiyk score. With the ulficiail npqning ot football season comc thu lwrisk windsofScptcn1lHcr. thc ardcnt cries of thc ovcrjwycd ci'uwd, and thc bustling cxcitcmcnt of thc rcfrcslimciit scllcrs. Front row Gluru Cd tnuta Vv llflll Hmkel Ro c Mme. SLh1llcr Second row Geraldlne Grundza Shlrlcy Kcllcr Glurm Swcgard Mchssa Bell Bcity Lou 5Lhm1tt 'Xt nglat Lxcrnl Lftht glll g,utl1roug,l1 mc mo n L L cum to c LntLr CHEERING IS THEIR BUSINESS CHEFRL1 ADERS III t t mt In cr of t L tort I III I t 1 1mL tr t rL1Ll r Lm 1' L fl 1 L LL l11X Lronlltx 1 L Ln llll ti III r lr t L poltlwn ot 1 1 PYIXIL tml in honor e F ' " 's ' ', " 1 ' , S . 'A' S" 2 v ' "As Y ' tl f tin s amd t'll tlm' tz to "Pass it tl'1 Add' g nw hc sp" 2 Llqwlm - hW'wb1llz Lllvskclwllgz 'sz c l1cChccl':c S uf the squad ur' clwscn H thc luis nf 'huring slfltj, p' 5 al' j, and gm' zl schtvll S' 1.1 Ll cgl Ll h' 91 lw hzsz 'lxgcz 1 . BAND AND MAJORETTES- lst Row: U. Huffman. R. Burghl. R. Gfmzulcz. R, Gmllrmzardu. R. Bauer. D, Shcllcy: 2nd Row: G. Xxvllldxihlllldf. Benton. H. Przmtl, VC, Buhn, P. Tlwrupxmw, DI. Immun: 3rd Row: T. HliFI'14. F. Nanz1t:,Vs'. Earl. R XY:1NIx1r1gt1111,Cf. L11 1 R. Ryan: 4th Row: H. Vfcnzcl. D. Huy. S. AADI'2lHlIIYllZ, N. Edltlundx, C. Hubert, E. Admmng. Sth Raw: C. Mgqrug. D B ickburn. L. Vogel, M. Mltchcll. U. Hammm. G. KL1hl:6th Row: F. vw'l1I1dCI'IlI1..l. RAN. R Krzmy-. Y. SP1v1Nky,vN Urcch. .l. Rnccz Back Row: E. Mrwrgdn. If Alder. A. Bcckcr.D. B41 WW! ,, f '...4..A.,, f . , nt., ff , -,3 " W, 'ai W ':1:n'4'k,,-0 :fini Nu Front Row: Donna Ammon, Gail Cassey, Irene Greek: Second Row: Lorraine Zang, Frances Kohet, Violet Lawrence, Pat Numcr, Hazel Painter: Third Row: Rose Lorenz, Grace Satariano, Constance Stahl, Gloria Hanselman, jane Goett' man. SUPPLY THE TUNE AND TEMPO School spirit, to most students, means football. At halfftime, the majorettes and marching band provide entertainment to the tune oft the Pennsylvania Polka and the Charleston, while the crowd Cle- vours hot dogs and coke. The picture below features the band, majorettes, and cheerleaders at a practice session at Monuf ment Hill. preparing for an allfimportant league game. I x 'pf ., N ' ' A "wx 'l'H.lf l052 SQUAD Front Row: Ed Sparrow, Bob Ciroeco, Ronald Giallonardo, Ed Schultz, joe Lang, Milton Hinterleiterz Second Row: Paul lvlouney, Bob Gange, Hubert Ivey, Ed Skoch, joe Peretic, Willie Williaiiis, Vladimir Spolskyz Third Row: Coach Bruce Allen, Donald Cogsville, joe Dietz, Bob Mitchell, Vvlillie McCants, jack Laquatra, -lne Ribar, Bill Butler, Andy Metro: Fourth Row: Fred Hintemeyer, Ralph Vw'eiss, Paul Kallams, jim Bittner, Dave Allen. Tom Slat, Rudy Berger, Absent from picture: jaek Sell FDOTBALLERS BREAK EVEN The Allegheny football squad of 1952 turned what seemed to be a disastrous season into a 'very good one. After losing three straight exhibition games and a tough league opener to Carrick, A, H. S. swept its next tour games and finished in second place, topped only by Carrick. Allegheny dropped its opening game l3f7 to the McKees Roeks Rams, and it was only the second time in fourteen years that the team has opened with a loss, both times to McKees Rocks, Aliquippal powerhouse, the only team to shut out A. H. all year, downed the Allenfcoached crew 9241. Bellevue then nipped Allegheny 1312. Carricks Zflfo victory over the Red and Blue was the last setback of the season. Langley was the first to feel Allegheny! sting as they were swamped Zio, on their home field, Allegheny then blanked Perry Foffl, Oliver HH, and defeated a tough Fifth Avenue team lUf7 in the seasonis finale. The season record showed four wins and four losst . The team scored Ill points. the same amount being scored upon them. og-' F-mt, 4""5'Fi. , . A rw 2 ,,xA:'f,,u,ag1 ff M5 1'-' f, , X k , I X. f ,N23 ,...N A, W ,.m. 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FLOOR SQUAD FOR 1955 First Row: R. jae, Ribar, G. Achilles, H. Ivey, B. Ferris, R. Holusha, R. Karanzas,Vv'in, Thomas: Back Row: R. Krist. j. Huliek, VVm. McCants, E. Morgan, Vv'm. Vv'illianis, Mamich. R. Lane. R, Vvasliington. j. Dietz. ALLEOI-lENY'S CAOERS SNATCH SECOND PLACE Alleghenyis basketball team completed the 195211953 season with a record of 15 wins and 5 losses. This was quite an improvement over last seasonis 3 and 9 mark. The Red and Blue opened the exhibition schedule with a 59151 victory over Schenley. A.H.S. then dropped games at Midlziiid 7146 and at Wilkinsburg 6659. Allegheny returned to form against Apollo. winning 9946. Then came one of the best and most exciting games forthe Red and Blue. Allegheny rallied from a li point deficit midway in the final quarter to down Shaler 71f66. This was followed by victories over South 6243 and the Alumni 5948. A.H.S. opened its league schedule by trouncing Allegheny Vocational 7949. Langley, however. halted Alleghenys winning streak at Hve by upending Coach Springeris boys ii'-47 on the victor's court. Allegheny then nudged Perry 4367 in a real thriller. In the next encounter A.Fl.S. romped over Oliver 53641. Then Allegheny traveled to Carrick and forthe second consecutive year was beaten by 1 point. This time Carrick nipped Allegheny 7453. ln the South Hills contest Allegheny really turned on the steam and managed to pull out a 7f7f67 victory. The second half opened with Allegheny once more routing Allegheny Vocational. This time the score was 9163, Then came the game that ruined the works. Allegheny met Langley and this time the game went into overtime before Langley squeaked out a i7fi-1- victory. Next A.H.S. downed Perry in one of the dullest games ofthe season ill'-11, Allegheny then proceeded to hit its stride. The cagers slaughf tered a game Oliver team 6144. Next the Red and Blue romped over Carrick 63'-W to gain some revenge for the early season setback. ln the final league game. Allegheny poured it on South Hills. This time the Tunnelites failed to even make it close as Allegheny rolled to a decisive 6343 victory. This gave Alle' Uhcny a 9'3 league record, which was gooel enough for second place in the section and a chance to play in the consolation game at the Pitt Field House, At the Field House Allegheny completed a successful season by completely outplaying Fifth Avenue and brilwllli lwmi ll H57 Yiifofyi Page Pity-:'e . - - V - - IENSI NIGVH NIS OX IHIL COLRT On thl px ez 1 rc ordcd the eumn thmll ff a In ketbill Lame at Allcgjmgnw The pmge fmturn the tartm g ll pmtc mow 1 txme t c rg g mmm m pnturc gquen L mm the game In plcturc it the butt m ldt of tha page duwtc Frzddx Fcbruarx 1 19v l dy 'KIM hgny to Langley the turnmg pomt Page Fxfty two r 1 Q vm . I - ,V 4 . v f . a , L , 4. A L X44 L I . S eg 'S C img A91 .S 2 ' 1 ' '. af 'L 'N f 'Q quintet, 21 huddlc durin a timefout, a :gh 1 114 ' ' d " 'd, h.lf ' in h d H-Niryr , 1 d " v qw f f 5, T 1 ' 1 H 9 f f N Q ' 1, I' 3, '3. me d' '. Wg N 'lwt , , u ATHLETES OF THE YEAR JIM VELICOFF Jim Velicoff has been one of Alleghenys most underrated athletes. His outf standing ability as a swimming speedster has gone unnoticed by many Alleghenians, but to those who have watched closely, it is apparent that Jim is one of the big rea' sons for Alleghenys sudden rcsurge in swimming. Jim's specialty is the short freefstyle events. BARRY FERRIS In basketball Barry was an allfaround performer. He was a deadly set shot artist and performed extremely well in the pivot. Barry was also a fine playmaker and a good rebounder. During his senior year he captained the basketball quintet. Because of these outstanding traits he was chosen as a member of the AllfSection II team. In baseball Barry performed equally well, BOB KARANZAS Bob Karanzas has been picked for the Hall of Fame because of his out' standing performances in basketball and baseball. "Tuffy" has been an unsung hero of the basketball squad. He was rarely high scorer, but was always a 'vital factor in the success of the team. His most outstanding contribution was the fine job of playmaking which he turned in each game. JOE RIBAR On the baseball diamond Joe was not only a terrific slugger, but also a def pendable hitter in the clutch. On the defensive side, he was a slick fielding, trigger' armed third baseman who gobbled up everything that came in his direction. In basketball Joe's allfout, aggressive style of play will cause him to be rememf bered by everyone. He was a deadly accurate shot, a steady playmaker, and a ref bounding sensation. On the football Held, Joe, was also a standout. TOM SLAT Tom's amazing speed and deceptive style of running enabled him to score touchdown after touchdown and earned him a place as a halfback on the All City Team. Tom was also a star in baseball. His clutch hitting, daring baserunning, and steady play have won many a ball game for A. H. S. JOE PERETIC Big Joe is a 6'2" giant who tips the scales at 220 and uses all his size. power, and speed to great advantage. Joe is a real rough, tough, aggressive type tackle, a coach's dream player. On defense he is a terriic tackler and stonewall type of guy. Offensively Joe is an aggressive hard charger who is sure to open a hole a mile wide every time. MILTON I-IINTERLEITER Milton Hinterleiter has been chosen to the Allegheny Hall of Fame because of his outstanding performances in football and baseball. Solid Milt tips the scales at 180 and is a small 5'6". But this in no way tells the story of his value to the football team, when Milt plunged. chips were sure to fly and when he tackled any of the opponents, they made sure they never came his way again. Yes, our boy Milt was a football player in every sense of the word. asses , 4' 7 .. :s I , V- 1955 SVVIIVIIVIING SQUAD First Row: Zugec, R. Kranys, C. Powell, Ed. Schultz, C. Dahlinger, M. Quinceg Second Row: R. Bamrick, D. Biesecker, E. Shupsky, D. Allen, R. Bauer, H. Boehmig, E. Robson, H. Prantl, j. Bulevich, Battisti, Velicolf, Leathery, E. Kurtzg Third Row: C. Lazar, Obidzinski, K. Anderson. SWIMMERS REGISTER SECOND PLACE FINISH The Allegheny swimming team completed its best season in history. The mermen won 8 and lost only to city champion Oliver. A. H. S, won all four exhibition meets including a 3966 thriller over Westinghouse. Allegheny dropped its league opener to Oliver and then swept the remaining meets. An outstanding feature was the 4728 licking that A.H.S. administered to Perry. This was only the second time in history that Allegheny defeated Perry in swimming. Allegheny entered 7 swimmers in the city finals and 5 quilified for the Western Regionals. jim Velicoff and Ed Robson placed high enough in the Regionals to go to the state finals. SWIMMING RECORD Allegheny Allegheny Allegheny "cDliver :kAllegheny :l:Allegheny Allegheny :'4Allegheny "'Allegheny 3'cDenotes league meets. Totals: Allegheny ff Uppoiwlits Page Flfty-four Central Catholic Peabody Connelly Allegheny Carrick Langley Westiiighrmuse Perry South Hills CXNIFRA Cl INIPNI N HX! -X NIEII XKIWWIIIN' LUN LK' QNX IUL1 W V1 g I 1 nil ' null IN. x X LXIIP t. L Plxlllf 1 K 1' U11 l 11. Y 1 'II' Hun 1I IPL K1 1 lNLI' 1 uv 11- t'1111xx "1 '1 ' Xly 1 1 ' 1 11 g yknnt 1 1. 1 L 1 11 L1 1111'l1 I1 De Ft L 1 ..'-1' I.. VZ.. 1 1 1 The 1 , li. 11: A111111 1' 11' ul.: .1111 111 11111' 111 1111 41111111 11111 by fifllxhllil xc' d 111 1 '11 '1t,'f-1' 111. Th-O ' 1:1 -11 11' 111.15 111 the l11,1.1g11tQ that 1111 111 1111 wut. .1111g Nix. S11 't .1 1111 V11 pil and 1 1 3 by . ' '1111 .I Q :11.1...1gcr 111.11 the 1111111 U1 c1'Ic111'.1Zc 41 ' '11 ry. 111' 11119 1111 the 1c11.11 111 t?11'11gh 1111 N Xuth 01-' 114 'hc N: 1dc12t lwdy :111d 11g 115' ::1Q11.1N1 N 11111k 1111 111 Lid!!! 1 . " YZ,-fr' 1955 BASEBALL SQUAD First Row: Dave Allen, George Murlis, Cordon Achilles, Bob Beam, Ralph -Iunghans, and Chuck Chezosky: Back Row: Norman Achilles, Bob Karanzas, Russ Valentine, Barry Ferris, Tom Patterson, Bob Cange, Joe Dietz, Bob Holusha, and Coach Springer. '52 CLUB FINISHES THIRD Allegheny's baseball team ended the '52 campaign in third place behind Westiiighcmiise and Peabody. A. H. S. ended the season with four consecutive victories, but it was just too late. The Red E? Blue defeated North Catholic SQ in its only exhibition game ofthe season. This victory along with the six and four league mark gave Allegheny a record of 7 wins and 4 losses for the season. Tom Slat had the most hits. 12. for the season and Barry Ferris and Phil Corsello each drove in 9 runs to tie for the lead in that department. Cordon Achilles and Edgar Izadore turned in the only Q -hutouts The boys were really rolling in high gear at the end, but unfortunately the season ended too soon. BASEBALL SCHEDULE -. l955 April 6 Open April Vyfashington Voc fhomej April 8 North Catholic fhomej Mzty fpostponed games, April 13 Langley fawayj Iviay Schenley fhomej April 16 Schenley fawayj May Peabody fawayj April ZH Peabody fhomel :May Connelly fhomel April '14 Connelly Qawayj Ivfay Westiiighouse fawayj April 27 Westinghouse Qhomej May Wzishington Voc fawayj Page Fatty-sin SPRING PRACI ICL Cuath Sprmger pumt out ba elull ine pomtu to h1 three outhelder Allegheny top fllght mflelder talk mer ba chall know hovt Coach Sprmger wxth hm hree .1 ltd watch the team run through warm up dr1ll Gordon Aehxlle demon trate the proper pltehmg tyle to two Allegheny moundimen Three Allegheny lugger poe for a ple ture Daxe Allen slxde afely into home The tatcher faxled to hold on to the ball Page Fnfty seven ,X I .- 1 , Y 'wa A R f, 3 ,x'.: V ' 'Liu ' -. f , 1 , f s . 9 . ' s f t . ,fi v. 'W ,Av 'X Q M , :. I , A t f 1 Y I I , A. 'Il' ., , . 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'hw Nz' 5'lh:sz'X z'3 hx H 'H ' -5 s,sh1 S'f"5 ' ll1Vh11y" LEADERS IN GIRLS COMPETITION THELMA ESHENBAUGH Tlioucli Tliclnia is littlc. slic lias a lot or pup. Tliclniais tinc lcatlcrsliip alaility and hartl work liaxc ciriictl licr tlic wt-ll clcscryccl Allcglicny "A", Swim' ming and laaskctlaall still lctt Tliclma timc to cxccll in yollcylnall ancl softlaall. DOLORES M. ABBOTT Prctty liolorcs is a familiar tigurc arouncl Allcglicny. Slic was onc of tlic tincst participants in tlic girls sports tlcpartnicnt. Slic lountl timc .intl cncrgy tor yollcylaall. swimming. antl laaskctliall. Dolorcs tlcscrycs tliis placc in tlic Hall of Panic ancl also licr Allcglicny HELEN UJHAZY Outstanding lcatlcrsliip antl alaility arc two of I'lclcn's many asscts. Bcsiclcs lacing prcsitlcnt antl sccrctary ot' Girls Lcatlcrs Cflulx slic was also a mcinlicr ot' tlic Girls Litic Saying Gluli, Vollcylaall ancl swimming arc tops witli Hclcii liut slic also cxccls in liaskctlaall ancl cycn softlaall. SHIRLEY ABRAMOVITZ No onc is morc tlcscrying of tlic Atlilctic Hall of Panic than cncructic Sliirlcy. Hcrc in Allcglicny slic rcaclily participatccl in all of tlic girls actiyitics including yollcylaall, liaslictlaall, ancl sottlaall. Also. slic was yicc prcsitlciit of Girls Lcatlcrs Club. Hcr acliicycmcnt of oycr SHIP points in licr tlircc ycars of sports won her the Allcghcny Shc was also an actiyc mcnibcr of thc Y.MtC.A. JACKLYN POTISIK Bcing an actiyc participant in yollcylaall, baskctlaall, ancl sotitlaall still lcft jacklyn timc to lic a mcinlacr of Girls Lcaclcrs Clula. Slic rcccivccl licr Allcglicny "A" aftcr slmc acliicvctl licr SHO points tor participation in tlicsc sports. .Iacklyii could always lic sccn cliccrintf tlic tcam on no inattcr what thc sport was. NANCY NYE Tall, graccful Nancy was onc of Allcghcnys actiyc participants in sports. both as a playcr and as a spcctator, Nancy was a proucl posscssor of licr Allcf ghcny "Au wlicn shc acliicvccl SHN points in licr atlilctic actiyitics, Tliis was ac- complislictl by licing laoth an official, nianagcr. and playcr ot yollcylmll. sotitlaall. and baskctlwall tcams. Shc also liclongctl to thc Community I-Iousc. LAURA SCHAUB Participation in atitcr scliool sports awards Laura an Allcglicny "A" ancl a placc in thc Hall of Panic. A nicnilacr of thc Girls Lcatlcrs Club for two scincstcrs slic was an ayitl sports cntliusiast. Bcing a spcctator at footlaall gamcs antl practicing fancy swimming strokcs arc Laurais two fayoritc pastimcs. RITA GRUNDHOFFER Ritais fricndly smilc is known to cycryonc around A. H. S. I-lcr placc in thc Hall ot' Fame was wcll carnctl lay licr cxccllcnt participation in yollcylaall, laaskctf laall, and softball. Rita rccciyctl hcr Allcglicny "Au for hcr tinc work. 4 GQ. Q59 Saga, We Begm N?-U. ' N - 4-N5 bf' X X482 X 1 A , F l x 'I ? -1-1-2 0 Gut Preparation CLUBS AT ALLEGHENY SERVING CI.L'l5 Enjnying tliciriwlxw :ix they wnrla. invinlwix of tlic Sowing fllulw we llicir tinic tu inxiku Nmnu vcry lwzilitiflil qlnilwx. Lclt in right tlwy :irc Elcginurzi Hsrp. Nldrgzircr Klilku. lunc llauilxit. fvlzirlcnc Riznnnndi. Ucraildinc Muzcjku, and Maury Purkm-iclu. HALL AND NEEDLE Cl,L'l5 Virginia Kryl, Patricia Dnnikc. Rrmsclmd Siinpf Ninn, lvlrs, Bonszill, Mildred Buzzir, Caroline Idzxrkiwic, and Gcncvicvc Gclilcrr, mcrnlwcrs ul tlic Brill and Ncccllc Clulw, lwuxily wink all tlicii' knitting Lind iiccdlcfwork, GIRLS MACHINE SHOP Unclcr the sponsmwliip ui fvlr. Grulwcr, 1HCIHlWCl'5 nl' Llic Girls Nlzicliinc Slinp lczirn tlic misc of lzitlicf, Left to right tlicy :irc Alqinzi Snxiir, Nurnizin Bryan, 'Iunc Lzidclwuc. Eugcnigi Mqfllclf land, Ivlairjuric Silva. and Elizxilwctli Mzrltcfc. Crmkicx rind puncli wrvcd at tlie Cnllcgc Cliilw Cliristmus Teri were enjoyed by all liziculty mem' 14 wen serving Mi-s Millar lrmn tlic gziily i'vuu1'xitcLl tzilwlv Lfi??2af- lwrs. Here Mir- Vfillctts, spmnwr nl the club. MAKE LEARNING ENIOYABLE All thc clubs in Allegheny make learning and preparing for the future enjoyable. The Sewing Club members take advantage of the opportunity to practice their skill during club period. Learning to knit, crochet, and embroider is how members of the Ball and Needle Club spend their time. Contrary to popular belief, machinery is not limited to boys alone in Allegheny. In Mzichiiie Shop Club the girls make many useful articles. At College, Alleghenians plan to attend many tea parties. To prepare themselves for these, the College Club held a Christmas tea and invited the entire faculty. The correct choice of college is very important to Alleghcnians aspiring to a college education. It can and will affect their future lives. In the College Club, the members may read catalogues of various colleges and choose the one best suited for them. Field trips to nearby colleges also acquaint the members with different college campuses. The Auto Drivers Club was Created to teach its members the proper way to drive and handle an automobile. It prepares them for their driver's license and acquaints them with the mechanics of a car. To become intelligent and cautious drivers is this clubs ultimate goal, COLLEGE CLUB AUTO DRIVERS Members of the College Club study catalogues Gaining an allfround knowledge of the car- as they try to choose their school for higher from how to drive to changing a flat tire - education. Left to right they are Gcorgene members of the Auto Drivers Club are Marlene Schlieper, Frank Leistner, Anna Dague, Thomas Hollinger, Doris Armstrong, Henry Prantl, and Vrana, and Xvilma Hinkel, Harry Leib. Mr. Floyd is the sponsor. 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Ma11111t1, ll. H.1i111lt1111, S. Mt11'1.1qk, C. Bc1111x'i.1. 13. D11i1.1tu1li, A. Ci11l'19t,MI'. Stcxxuirtg Third Rowzx C11lc111.111, S. P.1i11tcr. F. Srliiirhirk. N, S1.1t1 Fourth Row: E. bI.1cks1111, H. AI'l1lrITl1Ilg. VV. St'1111css1cr: Ab sent From Picture: S. Cross. "MUSIC HATH CHARMS" The orchestra serves a vital purpose in Allegheny, Everyone who plays an instrument has the privilege of joining Allegheny's orchestra as it is an elective suhject. It plays at all assemblies 1 provides the musical hackground forthe acts in the Variety Show. md 1 X: ty Page Sixty-eight Below, a few memhers of the orchestra comhine for a musical rendition. Front Row: Arthur Kluvo, Ivionna Wyfcf koff, Gretchen Braunroth, Rue Ludwig, Carol Lippertg Second Row: Dorothy Derovin, Grace Gambogi, Mildred Stake' ley, Edward Pazicky, Mzxrlene Dominekg Third Row: Edna Brunner, Virginia Kryl, june Pierce, Geraldine Davis, Rose Dunf gang Fourth Row: Dorothy Hahn, Gail Cassey, Doris Huy, Lois Banton, joseph Ross, Huhert Ivey, Rose Borghi, Edward Sparrow, Francis Alder, Glenn Markham, Raymond Gonzalez, Bertha Ivialoneg Ab- sent: Joanne Wmmrmds, Edna Buechelc, Carl Lucas, Director: Mr. Phillipps. First Row: Pat Ivlakepeaee, Betty Deer, Gloria Castriota, Melissgl Bell, -Iohn Welty', Ronald Quigley, Harold Arehey, Milelreel jackson, Esther Smay, Olive Wehster. Nadine Henelersong Second Row: Marr' lene Raimoneli, lviarlene Proudly, Lillian Vsfilliams, Vxfanela Fevig, Willialnm Lewis, Rudy Berger, joan Baumann, Dolores Humphries, Betty Flack, Rosemarie Sehilf lerz Third Row: june Paulat. lvlareella Summers. Wilnmal Bergman, Elaine Knox, Ethel Mike. Charles Kisling, jack Laquatra, john Piorkowski: Fourth Row: lvlargaret Apel, Miltlreel Buzar, Clara Douglas, lvlary Lou Pack, john Inmon. Vwfillie NVilliams, Barry Ferris, .lane Getz. lvfarlene Lang. Lorraine Feiling, Barhara Peawats. "LIFT THE CHGRUS-" An important part of the music department the h xr 1 1 xerx e eet N ot 1 leles appearing at various assemhly programs II hr httn to tu tlx r t e ee ltx o Ahove, a few memhers ot the Choir r nerr e for t N trletx 9 mx :fn ll N IHF' Q Qi fy WW, uw, X JQWW' We reach I X - v, , -". -:. , if Q ill-Qi 0 N f SA 2 X...-ll. 5 f i f 1 "'Il f I' - X" A ""' gym " ,, 0 1- A- .Q5lS.,4- ff - 39 yr .1 3, qi' ' f 371 ff 1 I . 3. ww Y., ,FA X f. 4? EWS ibxs XX X x ,X x x 'QX ,fm sau' A"'-va., HALLOWEEN WAS BIG EVENT EGR 123 The last semester of the january Class at Allegheny was filled with memories heyond the power to put down on paper. Wliile still in a whirl after foothall season, the class found themselves cheering again: hut this time at the haskethall games, One of the biggest events of the year was the Halloween Dance, whieh Room 123 sponsored. There was an attendance of over 400, Besides the hand, which helped make the dance a success, there were refreshments, entertainment, and prizes. Below is a picture of a few of the students of Room 123 selling refreshments at the Halloween Dance. The picture on the right is the Home Room officers of Room 123: Donna Ammon, treasurer: .Iaeklyn Barnes, secretary: Carole Niehel, president: Antoinette Domino, vice-president. lst Row: R. Sehiller, L. Williziiiis, Barnes, S. Ahramovitz, R. Borghi, M. Buzar, N. France, E. Smay, C. Neibel, M. Hinterleiter, A. Domino, S. Heron: 2nd Row: Miss Mariek, P. Cray, D. Ammon, D, Humphries. E. Buechele, Bendle, G. Cassey, C, Douglass, D. Freiss, M. -lost: 3rd Row: T. Slat, R. Vv'eiss, Peretic, H. Tehroski, C. Leihbeekg Absent from picture: Baumann, C. jacohs. hgwkcthill g.in1c4 .ind Qwimmiiig mccti. A hig cvcnt wt the h.i+kcth.ill +c.iwii win the H.iQkuth.ill Bivunqc which Rwwin IIS spuiiwrfd. Thu tl.1nsc ww t priwiding the music In Ulmiiricci' tim. wnic stutlfiiv wt Riu-m 1-8 ticcfwrgitiiig the hwnigrimni Cfhri4tm.i4 tree. lst Row: U. Zgtryhinicky, I.. Piili, M. Hdllingcr. M. jzickmn. B. Pt-lticr. A. Thiliiiqt-. Uiicttlimli. M. Apul. 5 Kettler, A. Lnuix, U.. Vwgcl. M SllIllIllL'IANI 2nd Row: G. Kuhl, H. Shaw. C. Bums. - I 1. .' - ' xi . . ui I, 'Vi chtll Mlxulkif Su 111D it t G. Cividy. R. Pulixiric. f.. Xctrcrg 3rd Row: Mr. Flfiyd. A. Kuiiiimki. j. Harpcl. G. Siimin, j. Rtiuse. Puti-ek, N. Nye Absent from picture: Rihar. YULE SEASON BROUGHT CHEER T0 128 Fwwthnll sczisrm had nn smmcr cndcd than IZAE in Rimini IIS imiml thcn1Qclx'c4 in the midst of Cfhri+tm:is w.i4 giiifiiliur link cwiiricctctl with tht- lNCINllI'iC4 wt' Al i ' 1 Thf hiinicrwini -iifigcn airs, left tw right: Shirl ' htld .ittcr tht' Apiillw g.in1u. with thc SI.lI'iI1hICI'i. B.md lctlicriy. Ahiwf if .1 picture uf cv kcttlcr. prcQiJuiit1 Ri-hcrt Piihdriq. trcvlircrg B.irh.ir.i Pcltiur, X'lQC'I'1't'NltlCIlT1 Chxirnminc Bmw. Qcqr-:t.u'xi Pagf Sefent,-three 1 JO ANNE BENDLE Outside interests are reiding, punting., and sports Member of Girl Lciders Club b bool Note Editor Plans college md ocial work ROSEMARIE BORGHI Member of Girl Leader Marching, Bmd and B111 and Nleedle Club P1111 to do secret 1r1 11 work EDNA BUECHELE m to dr o ite vnu Member of Auto Drixer re Swing, Mu une bio 1 Enjoy oithc tru C ll idt 1t1x1 L 1 ing, bowling, and wimming., CHARMAINE BUSSE SCLYLKIFY uid prt idtnt 1 homeroom Enjoy hotluy zu bi tbill Member of Suu e Squad P ay piano Vwill enter held of nur ing, upon griduation Page Seventy four SHIRLEY ANN ABRAMOVITZ Yearbook Editor . . . Vice president of Girls Leaders . . . Favorite subjects - band, algebra, and English . . . Mem' ber, College Club and Y.M.C.A .... Plans to attend University of Pittsburgh. DONNA AMMON Cofhead majorette Ambition is college or the Waves . . . Enjoys math and Spanish . . . President of Girls Leaders Club. . . An active member of Heinz House. MARGARET HELEN APEI. Attends religious education Member of Robed Choir Plans secretarial or receptionist work Associate Editoi of Yearbook Sing, in church choir JACKLYN BARNES Sold refreshments at Raine Partieipatcs in volley bull md b1lcetball llms to attend USING stliool 1 norite sub1ects hsius and English JOAN BAUMANN Enyoys ba ketball Member of Girls Leiders and Ball and Needle Clubs Particularly enjoys shorthand transciiption and Robed Choir Aim is to become a secretary UEVUO 5350 :RY-2 H 21'-19-P mggg Qggfm Eiggm Eizxmm :UQ K" e ml.. :img-y E C Qimnu '53 C3' U25 W 72 gg A Egg: 'Sai angg .LUG Zmi. fl 0 2 N 959 :J-2.5 35 '1 of r--c 3-r ' r' 'ess ,.'-1 - gr , , v, I I '. .. ,. " , ,Q N ',. 1 .. :. ' , ' ' , 1 F 1 . . .. N ' ' ' 'C w '- . , - . :r,, . , f- ' 31 E ' d is , :J ' v- U' ' ' '1 C.. .1 3 , - . Q fn Q. . .. '- -1 7 f - f, ,gr rw T , f. " ' . :N , V. Q, w D , . , U' V fr f E4 -. ,4 . , f ..... V I 1 . M . 11 I ' C.. 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GAIL CASSEY Prom Committee XX 1b Hoo Repre entitixe Herd mijorette e 1 ort P in to attend 'Klle gbeny College H mbbie pimo plwwing and bowling, GEORGE MYLES CASSIDY emi try and pby le fnorite ubjeet and ell Hibby i xtbletie Member of Qerxne Squad NN o ild lkc to do Lientihe re ea eb work xfter graduation IOAN COLEMAN Vhih Hoo Representmxe Out ide 1ntCreQtN reid ing and knitting Member of Girls Life Swing Club and Distributive Edueation Cl Pre ent work waitrew ANTOINETTE DOMINO Hobbies are ballet and Qewmg Viee preudent and Seeretary of homeroom 'vlember of SCYXILC Squad Ball and Needle and Sewing Club Enjoys volley a CLARA DONNA DOUGLAS Plans to join the MHFIUCC Enioys danclng and bowling., Member of Robed Choir Favorite Qporti are football md ba ketball Member of Drama md Auto DriverQ Club JANUARY 1953 NADINE FRANCE ut ide aetlxitio. uieing, ind kitiux Lu er lvlember of Serxiee Squid monte ubje t 1 pee-A DAVID L FREISS Ho ble ire hunting., nd ii bmi, erw inteie te mming, mi l me bop in woo o in ome or enter the 'Xrme r e IANE MARY GOETTMAN 'via orette in L lfli n oy ir wi Member Girl Leide N ioretu in Lite ning Club Vs ab Hoo Repre entitixe in eeretarx PEGGY ANN GRAY A oeiate Editor of Yeirbm k Vlember L llege ind Drama Club Sold refre hrnent it kann XX1 uld like o attend bu me college L1 e peeeb txpinp, ind bookkeeping, Page Seventy five ' ... li Q 1" ... 1 4' ...Lilvsallgp S... laQ . . f ' ' 1 1 As-- Az .f . 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I JAMES HARPEL 'Kuto Hung, sw1mn11n1, md h ntlng, are out 1de teret Member Boy l.1le blXlIlJ, Club Faxorlte ubjeetk IIC gym and mdehmc shop SHIRLEY JEAN HERON Vwould lxke to be a telephone operator Vs 1h Hoo Staff Setretary Enjoy danung SWIIHIHIHJ., and bovtlmg Member Drama and L1fe Saxmg Clubs MILTON W HINTERLEITER S 11or fl1s P1e1 ent l'1otb1ll Qqutd md Prom CUIINHIIICC Member mf B1ys Life SINIHQ, and Con dlfltllllllj, flub njoys IIlCk.l'1iI1lLil LlI'lNhlIlL Pldnx to attend eollege MARLENE HOLLINGER Favonte subjetti Enghsh and art Seek work as typlst Outslde xnterexts are dantmg, 1nd roller skatlng Vlte pre ldent of Auto Drwerk Club DELORES THERESA HUMPHRIES Member Sewmg, Club Engh h md Robed Lholr are favorlte eltsxu PdYllklPltCN ln bwketblll and bme Z1 P tns to mend be xuty eulture sthool MILDRED JACKSON terexts roller skatmg md sw1mm1ng, Wc111ld l1ke to beeome 1 typlst Enjoyx speech and Robcd Cholr CAROLYN J JACOBS Cftrolyns hobby 1 drnung., C1 Lc11de1 md Cxrle Llfe SIVIHQ., flub monte subjetts EHLI 1 an speech Other 1tt1x1t1c- lntludc dtnung., xollty b1ll and ba ketb1ll IVIATTHIAS JOST Chcmutry dlf.,Cl'5Il 1nd Sp11n1h are l-lXUI'ltC ubyett Member of Auto Drner Club Worke part t1me at McCrorys Enjow ba eball PAUL GUS KALLAMS Intere ted II1 drumnlu Member Llfe Smmg, Sotnl Danclng md f'ond1t1on1ng, Club XIILC pre1dent of homeroom Imotball qu1d and Prom tHIIlf11ltlCC ANTHONY KAMINSKI Homeroom stamp repre e11t1t1xe Member Sotlll Dtnunp, flub Out lde 1tt1x1t1e lntlny., and om 1n Would hkc to enter lWUlDCQS college after graduatmg l Page Seventy sux Q' Y ,4 . . 1 1 1' 1, 3 1,1 u 1 ' ' s 1n- ss... , 5 "1"1 5 1 ' 5 . 7 ' ' Yi . . . 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V111' p1'c111l1'111 111' l1111111'11111111 , Bc-If . l1kcd 11 b11:c11 1l111rtl1:111 411111 11111111111 1 111 P fl S-gr-:'f-:ern ROSE MARIE SCHILLER C heerleader sinec HB Member of Servi e Squad Seeks secretarial work Robed Choir Enjoy bowling Subjeet favorite ls transcription HARRIET SHAW Aetixe in riter school ba ketb1ll Member of the G r Le Lder f ub Out ide intere t ire bowling GEORGE SIMON mu llel Member fhemi try xy i he A 1 rxe M w in uxi Squl xeti npr L THOMAS J SLAT emb 1 ol me i e n or tiree ye rr L e fume it Lheny Er oy methini rl drivung Page Sev nty h JOSEPH R. PERETIC Member, Conditioning Club Enjoys history and English . . . Football team since entering Allegheny . . . Plans to join the Marines. LAVERNE POLI Member of Service Squad Aims to become 1 seere tary Out ide interests dancing sewing, and Rain bow Girls Clubs Cheerleaders and Ball and Needle JACQUELINE POTISEK Enjoys playing tennis Out ide interest is modeling Wcruld like to enter the Unnersity ot Pitt burgh Member of Girls Le lders Club ROBERT PUHARIC Homeroom treasurer Member of Auto Drivers and Social Drnclng Clubs Aetive on baseblll team Enjoys math md typlnj., JOSEPH RIBAR Chemistry and gym favorite subjects Member of ba ketbrll football and baseball teams Activities Wah Hoo Staff and lvfovie Squid Aims to attend college JOHN G ROUSE Participant in football Plans to enter the Navy Best liked subjects wood shop and biology ember of Life Saving Club .-.. s' ' J 2 'A ,. " f,z 'f . . ' ' . 1 5 , . t -"' z'f,:... " Sz . ' I ' J : 1 ' Y. s 2 , i , 'i . ' ' ' ., W , E ..,. 1 ' AC' 7- P ils rrsll s 551- ' V I Lind dancing . . . Plans to attend University of Pittsburgh. E 7, 4, f . H l 1 l Entl saaistic about auto 'i'l1j,f . . . ", l A 'S A , Pl sics, and lla- 'rthall Clibs . , . Se s on o'1e A d I Sfucc .' ids . . . Atl lr Q " 'escntxrtiv' of hoinerooln. Mr e' i the football :ind bas ball tai s f l ' l "1 s . . . Vs'on a pla-e in llllllifll' hall of 1 ' 2 Alle' l Y . . , lj s ' 1 CA I ' Y. 'S e -eig 1 ESTHER LUCILLE SMAY Senior Claw Secretary ...4 AIIIIWIIIUH is to become ll telephone operator Member of B.ill and Needle Club and Rolwed Choir . . . Outxide mtereetx are sporta d.mcmg. and erocheting. CONSTANCE STEVENSON Attendi niglit xcliool . . . Member, Auto Driverf and College Clulw , . . Active in girls sports . . , Plans to move to Newark, New vlerxey. MARCELLA SUMMERS e t ' e" in ' . Q ' foei Dine' and Sewing . . 4 lntere ted in lwewuty culture 4 . . I'l'lVUfltC u eetw .ire mat md EIILI 1 R luel Llmoir HENRY TEBROSKI in en io exi 1 t 1 1 Enjoy lu elnll md lvoxx ini, e tlilced Nulvjett ire oo keeping, and typing, ALICE GRACE THOMAS Editor of Vw ah Hoo Magi ine m t 1 xuretu 1 work Menilwer Drama Club Wmmrk part time at MeCrory2 Attend Student Couneil CARYLE VETTER Melnber Bill ind Needle Clulw Emmys sewing, md typing it ide intcre ts irc roller kiting, tm CIIHLIDL Plan tw di oflite wor R 1 .IAS GEORGE VOGEL 1 by i building, m e xi Am tt 1EtLI11.l eollege and lweeome 1 mini ter lwlernber of Life Sax ing Club and Mcmxie Squid RALPH E WEISS noy ports of .ill in 1 loot il teim txku Life SAXIHL .md Conditioning ti xy irt .md o keeping LILLIAN EMILY WILLIAMS Vwdh Hoo Repre entltixe xvlemlw r f Life Sunny, 'Ku o Drixer .ind Drimi C uh 'Kttixe on radio lwroadedt n ox peeth md Eneli GRACE MARIE ZARYBNICKY Club Drdmi Life Shing, md gfleldl Dim ing, ixe in alter 1 x lull md lu lcet Pm to become a etretiry etlilxed ulwjett exxing, and liorthand Page Seventy nine Lik N o dim L .ind N ig Cilulv ue 3 i.l . ing S lu". 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THESE STUDENTS LED THE WAY JAINUARX HONOR GRADUAII S HIGH HONOR CAROLE NIEBEL GAIL CASSEY SHIRLEY ABRAMOVITZ CHARMAINE BUSSE ROSE MARIE SCI-IILLER ALICE THOMAS HONOR MARGARET APEL JO ANNE BENDLE PEGGY GRAY EDNA BUECHELE CHARLES LEIBECK DONNA AMMON NADINE FRANCE ESTHER SMAY OFFICERS OF THE JANUARY CLASS .I- Secretary Esther Smay Vice president George Cassidy President Milton Hmterlexter Page E ghty o If 'fl ,L A 'T 'F CAROLE NIEBEL C1 1119 the 11 o lfl 1113 1 C1ro1e 111 enthus115t1e 5peet1tor ut 111 A11w11eny 5port5 eve11t5 She enjoy5 expemmentmg Wlth new reemee h15 p1rt1t1p1ted on r1d1o hro1de15t5 1nd IS pres1dent of her home room C1ro1e who 15 of eour5e 1 h1gh honor student 111 1 v1111n1111f ptron111ty Vxhl h 111111 help her 1n her future GAIL CASSEY C 111 1 he1d m qorette 1 rnen11'-tr ot the Prom Comm1ttee 1nd W1h Hoo R1pre5e11t1t1xe She 15 1 111 h honor 5tudent Attendmee t A11e fheny Colle Ve 1 her 11m 1fter 11r1du1t1on She pllys the p11no for the or11115tr1 md 111415 to howl C 111 v11l1 e1rry her fine reeord my xxhere sht 'oe5 md her depurture from A11eghtny lc 1 d15t1net 1o 5 Page Eughty two HALL OF FAME SHIRLEY ANN ABRAMOVITZ S111r1ty who 15 Y11r11ook Eehtor h15 CiI'I1LL1 her p11te 111 the H111 ot F1me throuvh p1rt1t1p1t1on m m1ny 1et1x1t1t 9111 enjoy 111 keth111 md xoll 5111111 15 1 member of the YWCA md 'wlee pre ldtnt of L11r15 L1 1der Cluh A h1 h honor 5tud1nt Sh1r1ej1 h1 1111111 her mehe xuth dwnlty md her fine reeord 111111 he tont1nuu.1 It the U111ver51ty of P1tt hurqh 'IO ANNE BENDLE o Anne 5 mr 1t11e 111ture h1 kept her oetupmd dur1nU htr three yt1r5 1t Alleqheny She 15 1 member of the Co To Collt 1 Club Her 111tere5t 1n gym hue led her to memhtr5h1p ID the L11e S1xm1f 11111 C1r15 Le1der5 C1ub5 PWIHUIIU re1d1nU md bp0I'tS oetupy rno5t ot her 1e15ure t1me o Anne 5 155et of 1r1e11e111ne55 11111 htlp her 1eh1eve her 1fo11 111 sou 11 work ALICE GRACE THOMAS A member of Student CKJUHLI1 for four seme5ter5 A111.e h1s been 1 u5g, 01r Not ony 1 5he 1 huh honor 5tu ent A111 1 1 o Ed1tor ot the W1h Hoo M l'-71 1111 1nd h lb been on the st1t1 for hw. seme5ters A1w1y5 W111lll 1 to help 5he w111 not be forgotten nor 111111 her mmy 1e1omp115hment5 htre 1t Alleffheny 1 11 ,211 1 1 111 1 1 I 1 F I 11 I 1-1 15. 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I-11 11 1111'cs 411' SN " F 4 1 W s' ,' 5' 111 '11 Q11 '11'. M1111 11251 11111," 1 's s" ff- '111 1' 4' 111 ' 11" '54 : "1ss11i11 14 ' Bc' , 11111 14 1 ' 11 " NS 1 s,41 132ll't1C'1i sc1'-:1111 4 1111 11'11z11'1:s,4 1 111 1' 111 S' "HS 411,4 dh 1 , 11' 1 1 11 4 '11 1' R 111 1 1' 1 's 1 11111 11 '4" 1 ', ':. 1 ' 'S g1"1'1"'c:1111 ' 4 14 1 c. 4's41f1cz11 41' ' 1,111 f"l: 14 1:C11, 1114 '1111' 14':',5'11 1z114'.'. 11:'1f411 1111 cxt1:1fc11111c111z11 41c1i1'i11cs, Do1111:1 11215 116111 11131 11141cc 1111 thc ', 4 " 1. S11:".'Q"'E'52'L1L1Q 1' N: ' 1. in Ffif ' 'M' hzs 1111 4 ' "1 as ty11'st 411 1 Ass11141 1 YQ. -11 1111 E11' . 1 ' 1 1' 's 1 s 4 11' ,4 cs, 14111 g 114111 111 s11 111 1141154 11 111' 11 ,z 5114 '1 111 111 I1 s1, ' s 111 .s s.I-1' 14'1114s11'1 11' 1 'c"'11'1' cs: 1111 ,Q 11 A11c111c 1 '111 s'4 11116 s 111 ' Pc,,j. N411 1's 1111' 's ' 1,1 'Q 15111 111 1 1111 1 4 1 11a 11' 11111 C"1s Lc411's4 1L"1S1 ",C11WS. H' 11--'11ss1 111 4111 14 1 1'11c11 11,1111 '14ss 4 cs.S11' ' ks1. ' '4 11 1 I js ll' :ka ' ga 11114 " ,. 11 s 111 ..1L1' c's 11"'1c11 1 11' ' '4 '15 1 11 '111CQI17 ' 'Q c '1 ' 's, s11c '1111111 SENIOR ASSEMBLY january '21, 1953 Processional of 12A Class Flag Salute Star Spangled Banner Remarks of Chairman Lillian Willizims Welccvme f f Donna Ammon Scripture Reading Esther Smay Hymn History of the Class Peggy Gray jo Anne Bendle Nadine France Selections by Robed Choir Presentation of Key Acceptance of Key Farewell Address Milton Hinterleiter, Barry Ferris, IZA President 12B President Alice Thomas Allegheny Hymn f Class and Audience Recessional of IZA Class Moving Forward of 12B Class Remarks to 12B Class Harold Archey, 12B VicefPresident Pledge of 12B Class Jeannette Gairing, 12B Secretary America COMMENCEMENT ALLEGHENY HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. JANUARY ZS, 1953 THEME: "Tis not too late to seek a newer world." Entrance of the Sirdar f"-" f Iwanow Allegheny High Sch 1wcw l Orchestral The StarfSpangled Banner fffff Class and Audience Invocation Rev. Robert H. Armstrong Grace Lutheran Church The Importance of the United Nations f f Ivlilton Hinterleiter Development of the United Nations Shirley Ahramovitz The Charter of Human Rights Rose Marie Schiller The Wcirk of UNESCO f Gail Cassey Eantasie f'f""" ' Ivlozart Allegheny High School Orchestra Accomplishments of the United Nations Charmaine Busse, Alice Thomas, Donna Ammon, Mairgaret Apel, jo Anne Bendle, Edna Buechele, Nadine France, Peggy Gray. Sara MCrl1lCk, Esther Smay Future of the United Nations f f Carole Niebel Presentation of Class to Board of Education f f f Roy T, Mzittern Principal, Allegheny High School Presentation of Diplomas fffffff Marie A. Saul Associate Superintendent, Pittshurgh Puhlic Schools Allegheny Hymn f Class and Audience America f f f Class and Audience Benedictii in First Row: IVIVQ. Cninplwcll, Vfilina Hinlicl. Rutli Mulir, Ruth Kcinlnlcr, Dnlurw Sxx'idurNlxi, Elaine Knox, lVIan'y -lane 'VIcGalicc. fVIgn'ci:i Kirkland, France- Luflcy. Rmc Lorenz. Arlene Gzxirdn, Agncx Hcuclacrutli: Second Row: vlulin Bzickum. jim Vqliqnrf, Bzwlmrix Kuxrcs, Anncttc York, Dnnnn Vflntcal. NI41rga1rcL Enmry, Rim Ginxidlintlcr, julin fVIcNIillcn, Virginia Kryl. Camml Lippcrt, lvlury Lcmcncn, Dnrntliy Hnlin, Rim- lfucfi. Ucurgciic Sclwlicpcr, lVI:u'n1nnc Knurr: Third Row: Vfilf liann fl.n'i'ct, Llnyd Engel. Dun Plnllipx. .Inn I'I411'x'cy.'l:n'li I.,llql1llII'il. linmli Lei-tncr, Ed Dwmk. ,lwlin l,im'kmx-Nki. lfrnnli Run-cr, George Manwlziku, Tum Ymnzi. Richard jack. 3 PIC ICS, PARTIES RECALLED BY 227 Alwng with showing mn' lmskfrlmll team nn tw scuwml plum lwiicvrs, IZT jninul in with tlic other IZA clmscs in sclling tlic gnncl t1'a1Iliti1ni.il pnpcwrn and nimly. Sunding lmskute ul- fruit tu Qigk Iwiwcwiix unc nl wlwin wax M11 Spung ww ll piwwjcct Irwin wlncli wc rilmniiiul inncli pluislirnx Picnips, pzlrtics. .ind lmyriklw All hk-ld tlicir plus in nur Qlgtivitics. I-I.lllnxx'ccii fnnml us :ut Mri. C.nnplwll's lwusc unjnying .1 +g.ix'f1igux' lnint xxlnqli Nlic .und suwiinl incrnlwiw nl tlic :luv pl.1nncIl. Almu: wc Llngk fm' upplcx .lt the l'l.lllmx':c1i party. Ar tlic ldr. tlic lirvriiciwwiii wlfiqfik Igixmnlx l.U14IIICI', vm' prmxiiluiitg Llnyll Engk-lu In-Qqklk-m Mny Ann K11m'r, XC!IK'Ijll'5', lnnk mm' Llin innnitvx. , " ..f,- 3, z:5,.,,x RQUM 331 GAR ERED MA Y HQ QRS .1' ' Q Q11 llN1I t.1Xtu 111' l1u1' twltl xx'111tu1' xxu.1tl11'1'. tl1.111 R-11-111 PFI 111111t'tl N11 N1'4'lltxl' l1.1tl l't'lN1'l1l 1 IX lx V. I u'I'K1lIIllIlQ 1l11- INCYIAB' Qflllli' XXCIK' TNHTIILIII ll11' -1tl1c1' lf.-X 1111-111N 111 N111111N111'111g tl1c llltlu b 2111 H11 l11t K 111111 lwxy .lllxl l11X lX1Qll11wl1.11'1's, xl.lIly 111tl1x'1tl11.1l l11111111'x xxcrc g.11'11c1'ctl liy lLtl1111111tlN. .1 l111111c1'1 .1N xxc l111.1Ntqtl tl11'cc Ql.1M 11tt1qt'1'+ .llltl IXY11 Nt.11't1'1gl1.1Nl4utl1.1ll Pl.lyt'I'4. 'Q src tillptl xx'1tl1 l1.11'tl xx-11'lx. xxx 1'c111c111l1Q1' tl11' 111.1111 XX'1'!1xlCl'l,lll :Xltl11111gl1 11L11' tl11tt xt ll xx t1111cx 4115111 .1t ,'XllCQlICIU'. lIlClLltlCxl .11111111g tl1s111 xxurc tl1c q.1rct1'cs lllllfll t1111c4 s11c11t 111 tht' 11.11'lt. llulwxx wt' C.lI1 ln' wt'11 xx'1Nl1111g .1t tl1u wt-ll 111 tl11' l111'tl .1x'1.11'y. l'1cl11xx' .1t left .IIT 11111' l111111c 11111111 11tl'1QQ1's. Rutly llwgcr. t1121N111'c1'1 Ruvull Xltlltxllflllf. x'11't' T 111'nN1tl1'11t1 lftl li111't:. Nt'u1'1't.11'13 .1X tl1t'y tw-1111t 1,1t1t llClxClN t'111' .1 u1111111g tl.111gQ. ll'CNlxlCI1l l311l1 K.lI'.lI1l.lN lx .1l1w11t. First Row: Nlw I1:Il11w, Xl.11v l7utli11x1gl1. fft'11tl11.1 Nwt, K.1tl11'1111u lj11t11ql1111li, L1-1ctt.1 Y1t'l1l11'fl4. ,"X1lc11c l71.1Xl1ty. Betty 5t111'gk1'1. l11.1:1111'-XX'.1x'111.111. l"!I.tI1Qm'N l311x,1. NlI.1111' 5.1t.111.111111 C11111111'St.1l1l.T1ll11' l..1fNl.1-t11:. Second Row: f.l1g11'l1'N l31'51lxcy. 3 1 ' 1 9111 lt1 N11-1111 1 l.tlNll1 Tl11ll. C1v11gt't:.1 .p tl '. . .1 1' . R11dv Bc1'g1'1'. R1Ql1z111l XY1cg.111tl. ,Ic.111 K111tlNx.1tc1', 'I11111' l'.111l.12. ll1'-:11tl.1 Eltlf. ' K' Kcllf. Cu11uN1t'x't' l311l411x.111 R11- l5.1111111'li. l5.111 f.1.11g. B.11t1x l'L'II ..1'l111, R11-wll X.1l1-11t1111'. H1 t ,mx 1. W, . -v f .. , O.,-V, 11' TN 1- A1111 ff11x111gt1111. NlllI'iCllll flx'IHf.'. ,lc.111cttc Cl.111'111g. fNl411'y 5l111111: Third Row: R1111.1ld lx. N111'111.111 .'Kcl11llcN. Ntll'Il1.lll Etl1111111c.lN, R11l1c1t Kz11'.111:g1-, T1'11111a111 H.111'1c1', l:14111l1i 1lX1111. Etlw.11tl K1111:, rl-lllll l11w1'1.1: Absent: Kl.1yl1' X'111gl1t. A1111.1 Fvulcl, Puggy 5t111'l11'. 3: YJ 11" 'U' 'Q' Front Row: Rnxcnc Duncan. Rnnnld Guard. Rrelmrd Krr-t. DflIllllllC Cnlu-xrnug Second Row: Mr, Kunze, Cumtunee Vfhulen, Lzrurxr Selmulv. Mary lfrzrnr., Dulmex Alvlwwlt. Pearl lirmermrx, Arnelm IJIMQILIHIIX, Veranda lievig, Clnrrgn C11-trmtu, Cllxme Vlelwlneek, Tlrelnm E-lxenlmulglm, Ollve Vs'elv-ter: Third Row: Lur'r4nne Feillng, Munrettn linux. Mellssu Bell, Cmn- kmnee Iivlnmky, Davy Alzreeke, Helen llylmzy, ll1ll1llI1L' Beck, Dnlurex Buzur. Urnee Ugrrrrlwwgr, Alrnrru cllllL'NPll', Marlene Franz. Marlene Pr'm1dley. PJllIlWllI'il Pexxnrtx, XX'rlrn.r Bergrngrn, Lurelm Selwullz, Myrna Mlller: Fourth Row: Lew Arnrenlfv. vlfllill Curr. D.1x'1d Yule. H.u-:ld Arelrey, llfrlwrt llrekwn, Dmrel Bl.lel4lHu:nr .Ive Lang. ,lnlrn Sln'11lx.m, Tlmrrmx Dretz, Xxfzrlter' Bnlmn. -Rwrrn 424 Nlwulel lne very prwwuel nt' their lllllqrlllnllllf p.rr'lie1p.1trwr1 in sglwnl .rll.nrs. They I'lIlliULl l1T4I rn tlre lwwiter elle urrnexl tlmi Pl'HX'1l1Q tlrerr XX'llHklUI'l'lll felmrrl Qpirit. Rmmrn 42-ll em1t1'1lw11tr1m In -clrrwl le.uler4l1lp .lnel .retrvities lIlQlllLlUN Inelnlwerf ul' Llre XY.ll1 Huw Smllx, Ilnlwe-el Q t,e3 Clwrr. fflreu1'lf.1elerx, .rnal x'.n'11n14 .rtlrlelle te.xrn4. ln tlre I'1e'IllI'C 1111 the left. NUlele'1lI4 nf 424 try nn tlrerr IC-lllx rn rrr'eImI'rutiwr1 Thr tlrc Blue lx rn Hnp. C C I' Hi Ar the rrglrt. 42445 lwrrrerrrrrrrr frllieerf. Dnrnrnre Cnlr xrnw, neg I'1'e'N1elQIlIQ Alum-.1 Urllfei-jeg curry: Harrwlel ,"XI'nfllCy. prenelqrrr, ex.rmine the elmx rrrll lwwlq, DOLORES M ABBOTT Stimp expedttor Enjoy XKIHIYTIIHL ulleybxll and bu ketball I uorxte ubje t mith md eraft C ub Art De ormon Enjf s danung emng After grtduttn n e I'CI1ll tl xxorlt NORMAN ACHILLES Pre rdent of Student Coun ll md f l B li Prom Committee. Member Lf 'Kuto Club En oy math and fl lung Plan to attend ollege HELEN L APPLETON D E member Emp myed at 'Nitu nal Reeord Mirt Faxorltc port bidnunton and b1 kttbxll Member of Curl Lender Club XX 1ll eontlnue vuorltmg HAROLD ARCHEY Horneroom pre ldent fr m IIB to PA laxorxte ubjeet rlgebrx 'md Engl: h Member of the B1 ketbftll Club Fxxorlte lubby my glrl LEO ARMENIO Piy the ueordmn ln nrebe tri wut :de f ehool Member of College Club Member of Vw mlm Hoo Stall two eme ter Enjoy pl tying ba eball bd ketbill 'md football HARRY ARMSTRONG Llke machme bop Club Boy Life Stung four Seme ters Plans to work for Unele Sam after grad uatlon CLASS OF JUNE 1953 JOHN ALFRED BACKORA JR attend eollege after workmg a year ANNA MARIE BAER LCIQUFS hour pent dammg or katlng RONALD THOMAS BAMRICK oy Cfdfl future ll UI' PAULINE BECK ba Member of Drama Club xor1te byx t are mln ogy and typmg Co eet ttmp Would hke to Future eeretary Luke ba eball fxbmg typing and sevung Member of F H A Auto Drneri and D E Member of WIITHIIIDL term four erm. t r Cub 'Krt DCCKJTTIICJD Soutl DIDLIHL md Bly Lrfe Strung e xdent of Gmrl L le S xlng f ub Belong tt out :de bovxlmg league 1 e ply 1 al Cdllkdll n und horthund xorxte r N lltybxll ind ot Page Ezghty mne . ' 'ss' ". 'v 'Q , .s "1" S 'CN-Y . 1 '. Q l Y- ca S... ws " ks' - , z Q v -sc l'l ' 1 b S' , A Q. rw 2 CAS... '- '... I. j': I 'S '.., s c . . . ' lm' A .'. n ' t ' s . : .N'Q ' 's 'Q s ' ' ' " " ', 'F s' o - 71' s "S----1' 2. "s as ' I 1' ' 1 7" ' f' l.s " ' ' 5 .1 s' o s' V 'I , ' S S "S i" ' 5 ,'s .,. , D. E. member . . . Currently employed at Verner's . . . ' A S s - S ' .QV v, 5 S ' ' Q - 7 " ' 7 '. . . ,..Ieu- ati 'ei' FA lf 1 ' llwsz . , V ' . S' 'S S ,'S' , " " ...r . . ., I ' ., . . '. ss 'W 1 S '. ' , s" "'z, 5 wcN...,lN-- . .'S,.": a"',: 1s""' ...Enj s ' sclnssm. T sal . Pr Q 1 1' fat" ' Il in IZA... ' 'H v 4' " V 2' ...Lli'N 1'X'CQ " U r S ' ,..lT'21' ' Npoh -'uma . Qf' 'll. WALTER BOHN P l-. two eine ters laxorite ubject mechanical drawing, Enjoy footblll Pllns iftcr j,r1du ltlllfl irc itecture in college MILDRED BORIS Entered Allccheny lrom S henley in llA Like vcimminj, md bl ketbxll History and biology ir fixorite ubjects Vw lttend nur inf, school lter griduation FRANCES BOVA I norite subjects peech ind coo ing Hobby ext her own cooking, Likes wimming and dancing Druni Club Plan to vxcrk at Bell Telephone PEARL BROCIOUS Member of Cheerleader and Auto Drixers Clubs Like peech typing, and xolleyball Currently em ployed part time Vwill join xxaxe or do secretarial vxork Page Ninety CONNIE BELANSKY Member of Wah Hoo Stall . . . President, llA . , . Enjoys swimming and roller skating . . . Favorite sub' jects -- shorthand and transcription . . . Hobby is sew' ing . . . Aims for secretarial career. MELISSA R BELL Cheerleader Member of Vw ih Hoo Stull und chori Favorite subjects English and hi tory ins to enter Duquesne University to m ijor in mu ic RUDY BERGER President and treisurer of hi homeroom Member of the football team Will attend college ifter crxing, in the army Favorite subject biology WILMA BERGMAN Vice president Member of Conneaut Like Beach Club Sports football horseback riding, Fivorite ubjects shorthand transcription Enjoys dancing, bowling Plans to be a stenographer ARLENE BIERNSTEIN Aspires to become a telephone operator Cooking and typing are be tliked ubjects Enjoy swimming, and ba ketball Belongs to F H A and Cheerleader Cub DAVID BLACKBURN Member of Life Saying Club Enjoy bu ketbill ind roller skating Favorite subjects are shop and gym Plans to join Air Force I, - , gig '2 .az ' A ' . ' - 1'. 's ...Plz 5 'Mr 1 X1 . .' z: 's ' 1 . " 1 Q s " ' Q ' ' 'J '-- 1, ' .A ' 2 .' , .- , . . 1 gb s A .-c , - c " 2 1, ' L -.. A . ' sf' '1 s 1. . . .2 A. s ls. 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PIQ111- ' 1 '11 1 1 f .- .,, ' ' 77'- JACK DANIELS j0lI1 the navy DORIS DAUGHERTY MONRETTA DAVIS DONALD R DEFIBAUGH Member of physxcs and chemistry labs Hsh and travel Favorite subject Plans to eventually enter college CHARLES HARRY DeSILVEY Favorxte subjects mechamcal drawm Vxce presxdent of homeroom 10B ROBERT DICKSON Enjoys playmg and watchmg baseball ject IS physxcal educatxon Lxkes to to go to work after graduation THOMAS H DIETZ Eavorlte subjects art and hlstory Likes football baseball dancmg and Art Club Plans to enter busmess world after graduation AMELIA DIMAGGIO Homeroom guxdance chaxrman Collects conns and reads ln spare time Member of FHA Ball and Needle and Drama Clubs Wxll enter busmess school BARBARA DONATELLI Lxkes hterature horseback riding danclng and bowllng DE member Employed at Kaufmanns as salesgnrl Wxll take a mgjht school course 1n retanlmg at Pitt ROSCOE DUNGAN Ro coe withdrew durxng h1s last seme ter at Allegheny Page Nnnety two Clubs Socxal Dtncmg and Boys Lxfe Savxng Enjoys machine shop more than any other subject Plans to Dons wxthdrew durmj, her last semester at Allegheny Favorlte subjects are hxstory Spamsh shorthand and Englxsh Monretta enjoys basketball danclng and skatmg After graduatxon she wxll attend college Likes to hunt wood shop and En glxsh Plans career E Favorlte sub fish Bob plans , Y ,H ,jf 1 It 4 A Y .h . 1 . . . , , 'V , I I . of drafting or work for Uncle Sam. , , . . . 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I EDWARD CHARLES DVORAK 'Klgebra Englih faxorite ubjett Cub Boy Life burnt, Auto Drixer Hobbie woodwork fi hing elettritity Future plan work for Bell Telephone then tollege NORMAN DONALD EDMUNDS Member rf 'Kuto Drixer Club Like choir band and peeth XX ill enter the United State Air Force upon graduation BRENDA ELDER Belong to College and Art Club Enjoy painting tene hor eba lc riding and Qwimming Faxorite ub e t hi tory and geometry Plan to attend college MARGARET I EMORY Circulation Manager Prom and Stunt Day Commit ee Stamp expeditor Spaniih Award Clubs College Drama and F HA Enjoys bowling and danting, Plans indefinite LLOYD ENGEL Member of Auto Drixer Boy Life Saying and College Cub Pre ident of homeroom two Qemeeters plane college THELMA ESHENBAUGH Clube Cheerleaders and Girls Leaders Enjoy swim ming and basketball Favorite Subjects shorthand and crafts Plan a career of office work after gradua tion JULIA MARY FEDEANIS Main intere t lie in art Hi me-room xite pre ident in IUB P1 time tenni lciting ind dintmj, Member of Art Deeorations and Cheerleader' Clubs LORRAINE FEILING Member of Girl Life 'iaxing Club for three eme ter Faxorite ubjeet ood Enjoy pl tying the pri Will add Mr to her name after graduation BARRY FERRIS Senior Claa Pre ident 'viember of the ba ketball and ba eball quad ax rite ubjetts Engli h and math Plan to enter tollege WANDA A FEVIG Girl Life Saung and Leader Club Like xuimning ba ketball choir and Spam h Enjoys dancing and roller kating Plan to attend modeling thuol Page Ninety three . . 's-.' S 's...lS- S is-'i ', ' t', S-' Q 3 , ' . . 1. 's 'S ', , S Q ,. . S. L N ' . i s... 'S " se s, s.c "5 ' " S f jcsf S ' S . P , 1 I. 'ji Q . . A5 E , 1,1 .. .... - f W , .. R .Saga .VN S. ,yy ls... s' , K . Favorite subjects --4 science and history . . . Tentative li, 1 .+ S A i .lr ' I -4 Y qv. I n A ei , Af! .gf S sl v "' S K ' .s' 4' 4,51 1,1 a"'... Q l . .. s 1 s s S... " s '-V-f -... 'S A" ' 'ano ,. ., .. ' .s s ...i s ' S S S...F"o S 5 . S A . I 'S'."' '-' s...'ss" 1, S , ', Q '. '1 S i 5 'S' . H 95 .ig ' - MARLENE FRANZ Clubs 7 Girls Leaders, Auto Drivers, and Social Dancing . . . Hobbies Q dancing, bowling, horseback riding . . . Sewing and typing are her favorite subjects . . . Career4 stenographcr. MARY FRANZ Wah Hoo Representative Girls Life Saving Club Favorite subjects gym and History Like swimming ha ketbill and sewing Will work or join Vvaxes ROSE MARIE FUCCI Secretary of homeroom UB Enjoys roller sk ating ind football games Meinber of Girls Le uders and Cheer leaders Clubs Plans to become .1 typist ARLENE SHIRLEY GAIRDO Outside ictivities dlncinj, swimming enjoys foot a C ub F H A Sewing Favorite subjects ewing child care Plin 'after griduition sies work then marriage JEANETTE GAIRING Senior A Class Secretary Wrh Hoo Alumni Editor Homeroom v1ce president Sewing Club Favorite subjects horthlnd transcription and speech Will be a secretary GRACE ELIZABETH GAMBOGI Member of the Cheerleiders Club and Future Home makers of America Favorite subjects shorthand and Spanish Plans employment at the Bell Tele phone Company WILLIAM GARRETT Member Ph it Club two unc ter Hobbies photography and hshing Fuolite su jects physics and American government Plan to enter college ALMIRA GILLESPIE Homeroom seeretrry two eme tel Enjoy football ba ketball shorth and ind hi tory Pa time swim ming, and dincing Future secretary Member Auto Drixers md DIHLIIIL Club RITA GRUNDHOFFER Secretary of Vv ah Hoo l"A Cub Drunl lie Swing Sevxing Enjoys kiting vxirnniinj, dmtmj, Favorite ubjeet trrn cription evvmj., Pm miter graduxtion ecretarial eireer RONALD F GUARD Vice president of Cralt Club 'vlember of Kuto Drivers and Life Stung Club Enjoys working in a ii h hatchery Plan bu ine o h oxxn Page Ninety four 1 C C Y... 1 l ... 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MARCIA KIRKLAND Enjoys volleyball softball Favorxte subjects hxstory crafts Member of Girl Machlne Shop Future Home makers of Amerlca Clubs Plans to become a stenog rapher MARIANNE KNORR Member Dance and Drama Clubs Secretary of homeroom Lxkes SWlmIHlDg Engllsh transcrxptlon Chl Slgma Delta Sororlty Plans are tenographer then alrlme hostess ELAINE KNOX Cholr Orchestra and College Clubs Wah Hoo Lolummst SCYXICC Squad Favorite ubjects Englxsh and ocxology Enjoys mu IC and skating Wlll attend college RICHARD I KRIST Member of ba ketball team Favorite subjects math renew crafts and gym Belongs to Baskebtall Club Enjoys baseball and softball Page Nmety sux EDMOND JACKSON Member of baseball team and DE Employed as stock boy at G C Murphy Co Favorxte subject Engllsh Plans to joxn army soon DAISY ANN IAECKE Entered from Mlllvale Hlgh HB Member of Servxce Squad Enjoys watchxng football 'md basketball favorite subjects Engllsh and shorthand After graduatlon secretary ROBERT KARANZAS Frrst strlng basketball team Presxdent of homeroom Member of the Basketball Club Enjoys wood shop and sports Future plans are mdenmte MARCELLA KELLY Wah Hoo Representative ln IZA Member of the Ball and Needle and Drama Clubs Favorltc subjects typmg shorthand Asprres to be a secretary RUTH EVELYN KEMMLER Majorette for Troy H111 Leglon favorite subjects LYHHSCYIPIIOD and sewmg Clubs Gxrls Leaders and Majorettes Wants to become a secretary JEAN KINDSVATER Clubs Sewxng and Drama English and foods favorite subjects Enjoys lce skating roller skatlng and swlmmmg To become a nurse ns jean s ambltlon N ... -- 5 C K C ..- , 1 is 'L' -' ... elf . 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BARBARA KUSTES Meniber of Beach Club t Conneaut Lake Cheer leaders Club Favors footbxll hor cha k riding vvim ming howling dancing horthind ind tr1n ciiption Pl ins tenographer TILLIE LA MASTRO Likes to d1nce and collect record Meniher of Sevv ing ind Bill and Needle Clubs Fivorite ubjett typing ind shorthand future tenographer JOSEPH 1 LANG Member of football squad Plays guitar in mill band Likes softball crafts 'md math review Future plans are indehnite JACK LAQUATRA First string end on footb ill team Enjoy boxing Favorite subjects gym and Engli h Member of Conditioning Club Plans to work until drifted nf. ies EDWARD CHARLES LEICHER Vice president of homeroom Social Dancing Club Favorite subject wood shop Enjoy ba eball and ba ketball Vvill go to college or service FRANK LEISTNER Bu ine s Manager of Vvah Hoo Homeroom vice pres: dent three eme ter Club College and Auto Drivers Fi hing and hunting enthu lat Plan to enter College CAROL ANN LIPPERT Fivurite ubjects hi tory and oi he tra Enjoyed being in Cheerleaders and Or he tra Clubs Hi bby i kating Plans to marry after graduation MARY L LOCOCO Stamp expeditor Secretary of homeroom 10A C uh Cheerleider and Sevving Favorite Sub jects tran cription and evxing Enjoy vvimming Alter graduwti n e retinal vu irk Page Ninety seven a , . 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I MYRNA A MILLER Preslclent of F H A leader Clubs Favorlte subjects ewxng and Engllsh Likes dancmg Wxll become a secretary after busmess school Member of Sewmg and Cheer RUTH ELIZABETH MOI-IR Member of Future Homemakers of America Sewmg and transcrxptlon are her favorxte subjects Spend many hours skatmg and dancmg, Future plans secretarlal work ERIC I NILSON Played baseball three years football one Faxorltc subjects are mathemaucs physxcs and machme shop Plans to be a machmlst after graduatlon CYNTHIA NIST Busmess Secretary for the Wah Hoo Staff Member of Drama and Sewmg Club Faxor bookkeepmg dwnc mg and swrmmmg Plans bookkeepmg career Page N nnely aught ROSE MARIE LORENZ Marchlng majorette Wah Hoo Representatwe smce Enjoys football horseback rxdmg tenms and mmmmg Best lxked subjects speech and typmg FRANCES M LUFFEY Clubs Cheerleaders and N1mble Fingers E joys swmmmlng and clancmg Plans to do secretarial work Faworxte ubject Engll h and sewmg MARY JANE McGAI-IEE Member of Leaders and Drama Clubs Favorlte sub jects Spamsh and Amerlcan government Wah Hoo Sluts Enjoys roller katmg Wmll attend Howard Unnerslty JOHN MCMILLEN Clubs Boys Llfe Savxng Drama Favonte subjects speech typmg bookkeepmg Outslde mterests wlmmxng football watchmg hockey Sports swxm mmf, team Future plans are lndehmte GEORGE E MANOLAKIS Plans to attend college Llkes study perxods av orxte subjects Spamsh physics Life Savlng and Phy rcs Club Hobby mechamcal devnces SHIRLEY A MAUND Hobby collectmg small wases Salesgxrl at F W Woolworth Co ba ketball Plans to contmue DE member L1kes Enghsh and workmg Q IOI3... 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DAVID O KEEFE Held olfx e of ecretuy trex urer and XX ah Hoo Repre scntatlxc Out mdc mteret mclude dmcxng and bovul ln Employed 1 tock boy xt C A Vcrner Co Wlll joln nmy CHARLES PABST u k faxonte ubjett 1 me hxmcul dr 1w111j., Mem ber of Arr Force Re erxe Pl m after gl'ddLl8KlOI1 xnclude enh tment ln the Alr Force SARA PAINTER Cheerlclder Club NIB LINUIIIC uhject EI1j,l l1 md cookmj, W1111ld hke tm become 1 telephone operator 'Xt pre ent employed by Mtfrlmry alesgrrl JUNE PAULAT Clubs Soelal Dancmg, Brll ar1d Needle bewmj., Faxonte subjects mxth peech typrng Plans alter graduatlon tenographer at Mellrwn Natxonal Bank MARY PETKOVICH Mov1es and dancmg are outs1de mteret Enjoy sw1mm1ng and volleyball Cookmg and math are well llked Plans to become a telephone operator BARBARA PEWATS Llkes football and hor ebuk 11d1ng Favonte b jects shorthand tmnscrrptmn Member of Beach Cub Enjoys d1nc1ng 1nd bowhng Pl ms stenogmpher DONALD PHILLIPS Member of L1fe Saxmg Club and Art Decoratxon Club Craft 1 Don faxorlte ubject Hrs pare tlmel u u nlly pent huntmg JOHN I PIORKOWSKI Othte held pre xdent Prom Lomrnxttec Hobby bowlmg Club Soc1al Dancmg Basketball H1 Y Faxonte ubject Spam h Englxsh Sports ba ketball Future pl an lI1dCfII1lfC KATHERINE POTOCHNIK L1 e to took mm and dxnce LIXUIIIQ. u jett 1 typmj., Vull eek employment xt Bell Telephone Company after g,r.1du.1t1on ARLENE PRASKY Ar cnc s ldXOYlIC ubje t 111 lude Ellgll h md coo 111g Dancmf., 1 one ol her many out lde lnteret Te e phone opcrannt, xull be her future job Page Nrnety mne T cs s .. .s .. 1 I . s' ss" .' . 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V I S "Si 'I 5 Vila' ANNA SEIDEL Phn to d uflxte work after grwduatmn 'vlember of Sutnl Dimmj, Club e fnntbrll EI1glll1 an mwth Her hubby 1 dmung FRANCES SELINSHICK 'Vlernber ul Dunn ind 5 ul D'lI1xlI1L Club L1 Q rg mx ret And Llintt l'lXUl'ltL ubjtet tm md llttfllllft in tu rtttn u t lu MARY SHAM Menrber mt Lltcrary Stall Enjoy xxrrtrnj., poetry lwxorltt ubje t 9p1n1 b lmrtlmnd t nur Vs Alu Hou Repre entatne P an to nmrry dur LI lC.lll'lI1 n JOHN SHEAHAN Membtr ol lN1x.1l Re erxc Auto Diner Club YMCA Lxke mdlut ba cbtll bl ketbdll l' norm. ubjett mfglillll al Clrmlng lntend to enter nny JOHN SHORT Held Oll'lLC of homeroom seeretary 17B Belunged to Auto Drnerb Club Member ol Serwlee Squid Fixorlte ubje t 1 algebri Future pl1n irc lndellmte EDWARD JAMES SKOCH Menmber of fuutball Qquad and swlmmxng teurn Hubby pltrymg the ateordxin Enjoys all sportQ 'md nrt Wall enter xrmed furtex after grxduatmn NANCY SLAT Member Cheerleader Life Saxmg and Drama Clube Enjuy wunmmg and bd ketball Fmonte subjects bookkeeplng .ind peeeh I A .llc prl at Bo ga and Buhl GEORGETTA SPINDLER lvl mber Drama Club etretury Fax urlte ubjeet ddmlng md lmtlnj, Pl m Humemum pre ldent and Spam h Interebt: tu marry .after griduatlon CONNIE STAHL Mrrtlung mxjurtttt I.1l-ze xtlleybrll vummmg and kdtlng Fdxurrte ubjeet math und lmrtband Plan to dn tenu raphme nur BARBARA ANN STEPHENS Cheerleader Club one erne ter Lxke wlmmlng .mtlng and t 1 Enurrtc in lu rthlnd mnd nntlm rn rrry upun err un 1 Page One Hundred One , A .C T1 'N' "WT r"' ls if . 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HELEN UJHAZY Favorzte subjects physical educatlon and shorthand Clubs Clrls Leaders and Gxrls L1fe Savmg Enjoy volleyball and basketball Plans secretarmal work RUSSELL VALENTINE Vxce presldent of homeroom 17A Favorlte ubject are mechamcal drawing and Englxsh Enjoys ha ehall W111 work for Uncle Sam after graduatlon JIM VELICOFF Swlmmlng team three years Homeroom pre ldent Interests huntlng and fl hmg Member Sarah Heinz House P an work one ye nr then enter army CLAIRE ANN VIEHBECK Favorite subjects ewlng and art Enjoy de lglilllg and skatmg Pre xdent of homeroom IOB Cluh Ilfe Savlng Ball and Nleedle 'md Art Decoratron Page One Hundred Two BETTY I STOECKER Member of the B111 and Needle Club Collects plctures of friend as a hobby Llkes ha eh1ll Future plans ure undecided PEGGY ANN STOEHR Wah Hoo Magume Edltor Prom Commntec I halrrnm Stunt Day Commlttee College Club Won P S P A wrltmg awards Enjoys speeeh and sports Wlll attend college MARLENE J STUMPF Held the OH-ILC of Presxdent of Girls Machlne Shop Club Fworlte sports are danclng Wlmmlng and horse hack rldmg Plans after graduatlon college for l'Cfdllll1g DOLORES SWIDERSKI Assoclate Yearbook Editor Wah Hoo Colummst Person to Person Socnl CIVIC puldance chalrman Clubs Cheerleaders College Plans fashlon de lenlng career after college MURIEL TAYLOR Glrls Llfc Saving Club and Sewing Club Llkes swlm mmf, danclng and volleyball Favornte subjects bookkeepmg and speech Works at Mellon Bank EDYTHE THILL chme Shop Favorlte subjects shorthand and Engllsh Outsxde xnterests skatlng Plans after graduatron secretanal work ' ss K Clubs 3 president of Ball and -Needle, 12Bg Girls Ma' ' ' ,.. 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" l s- 2 ' A ' LORE'l'I'A VIEHBECK Future plane XVomen Marine Corp Plano play mg and dancxng irc enjoyed IU her pare moment Club F H A and B111 and Needle DAVE VOIE Swxmmmg and art decoratlon are faxorxte pn tnme L1keQ blology and chem: try Hobby 1 photography Plan to attend college later GAYLE VOIGT Favorlte Qubjett C,-ermm and art Member of Art Sewmg and Ball and Needle ClubQ Intere ted rn oftball and drawing, Wlll become .1 ecretary THOMAS CHARLES VRANA Yearbook Edxtor Pre ldent of Student Coun xl Wah Hoo Stall Photographer M C Vlrlety Shovt Faxorlte Hubjett Eng,l1Qh hx tory Homeroom pre ldent P me eollege ROSEMARIE WARD Preixdent of homeroom Servxee Squad Member of Drama Club Faxonte ubject Qpceth E joyi poetry swxmmmg and dantmg VJ1ll enter retall led JOANNE E WAYMAN Favorite Qublects Englxsh and hwtory L1keQ horse back r1d1ng dancmg and ICC katmg To become n cnmptrometrx t 1S oannes ambxtlon OLIVE RUTH WEBSTER u me ehoo JOHN WELTY CONSTANCE WHALEN 43 Enjoys dancmg and mgxng Hobby hgunne work Club Auto Drnxere md Gul Le :dere Faxorxte ubjett Engheh and hl tory After graduatlon RICHARD MARTIN WIEGAND Out lde lntere ts f1sh1ng and gurl Lrke maehme hop md phy real edutatlon Club Boya Llfe SAXIIIQ., and Auto DYINCFS Plan navy eareer Faxorlte Lla ies are Spam h md choir Out lde mtere melude danung vummlng basketball and Marge Plan to do xle vtork wxth General Mills Inc Vlember of gxrla ba eball and xolleyball teamQ Em ployed a drug clerk luke: Englxeh horseback rldlng and dancxng Future plane mclude college Page One Hundred Three . . . . , , X . 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S" S.--'J' ' "S...As S 1 "' ...J S- ' " Y " As,5 'Sz S" sts ,S , . , s sis' ' ' ., . . s ' ' 4 . ., , Page One Hundfed Four DONNA WHITED Paltlclpeated 1n W1b Hoo Sk1tQ Lheerlewders md Dum 1 Flulv Pl'CQ1l.lCI1t and Qetretiry of homeroom Joys dxmmg ipeeth Swxmmlng and bowlmg, Pin tollegc ANNETTE YORK PlClClCI1f of D1 ami Club Enjoy NWIITIIIIIIIQ, tenm kfmng, und dmung, I monte SLI ettk t moluny, md hwtory Pl uns to betomc .1 dental byglemt LORRAINE ZANG one eme ter Ho by mller Qlutxnp, Lxkc home etonomxc Plim to do tenograpluxc work upon LI ldu ltlon FRANK ZEBO XXIYIICS Vvwh Hoo Serwltc TNCWQ Member ol Social Dwnung and H1 Y Club: Fnonte subject: Spinwh 1nd plxy rcs Enjoys bl ebill footb 111 and bwkctball 4 memory In memoxy ol Ldrmella Toba to who would luxe been gllduxted wltb the june ell of 1951 who dexoted lie: llle to ber Qtbool work She vnll be fondly remem bered by her l'.I'1CIldN md clv match . ' ' ' ' X . , . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . .' . ' . . . . En- ',." ,, '...l.s ' 9 -1 . , , , ' 's : ' ' v, E, f"',1 '11 f . . , 1 Q ' ' ' Y' 's. Marching majorcttc . . .Member of Girls Life Saving Club, s s . . . b 4 ' . 1 ' 1 . . . ' s ' 4 S . . . . C S Y' ' "z 1 ' . . K , , . . . . . . . . . K -I I' - . . . I ' V -1 A . "i A I '- K S' 5 . . . ' is . , 2 , .. . . A 7 ' s' , z ' I 1 ' 'ass ., ' - ' L - 1 I V' , ' x 1 ..s ' '. THESE CLIMBED THE HIGHEST Jl NE HONOR CJRADLAILS HICH HONOR THOMAS CHARLES VRANA MARCARET IRENE EMORX FRANK LOUIS LEISTNER NORMAN LEE ACHILLES WILMA A HINKEL PECCY ANN STOEHR LLOYD WALTER ENL EL JR MELISSA R BELL HONOR JEANETTE ANNE CAIRINC MONRETTA DAVIS CYNTHIA E NIST I RACE ELIZABETH LAMBOCI CEORCENE SCHLIEPER BRENDA LYNNE ELDER ROSE ANN COVINCTON DOLORES SWIDLRSKI MARY ANN SHAM DoLo11Es BUZAR OI I ILLRS OI IHL IUNI Ll Ass Harold Archey Vxce presndent eanette Gzurmg Secretary Barry Ferns President Page One H nd ed F' LAURA THERESA SCHAUB MARY LOUISE LOCOCO HALL QF FAME THOMAS C. VRAN A A definite asset to the June graduating class is Thomas Vrana, Year' book Editor and president of Student Council. His overfflowing enthusiasm and ambition prompted him to serve as thc Wah Hoo Staff Photographer His showmanshap vaas displayed when he was chosen to M C the Variety Show Thanks to Tom the yearbook h as taken on a less formal air and contains more pictures A member of the National Honor Society he plans to further his education at college WILMA ALICE HINKEL Never vaathout a smile for everyone vivacious Wilma was probably best known to Alleghcnaans as head cheerleader But her service to the school was not limited to boosting our boys on to victory as she was an Associate Editor of the Yearbook and Wah Hoo Snoop Because of her ability to further the suv gestaons of others she was elected College Club President and a member of the Prom Committee Graduating with ha h honor Wilma is a member of the National Honor Society PEGGY ANN STOEHR Attractive Peggy Ann whose talent gamcd for her the title of Wah Hoo Magazine Editor was recently the proud recipient of several Pennsylvania School Press Association writing awards for her short stories As chairman of the Stunt Day Committee she wrote and directed one of the best senior events one that will be long remembered A high honor graduate she was elected as a charter member of the National Honor SOC16ty Peggy Ann will further her education at Westminster College NORMAN ACHILLES Handsome Norman was the people s choice being elected both 17B class president and head of Student Council Newer letting has xoters dovan he fulfilled these jobs with quiet determination and thought A mathematical wizard he found time from his busy academic schedule to Join the baseball team Norm also served on the Prom Committee and held several homeroom offices As a high honor graduate and National Honor Society member he plans to continue his education an college MARGARET I EMORY Copper haired green eyed Margaret as Circulation Manavcr of the Wah Hoo vaorkcd untarangly as one of the unsung heroines of c staff A member of both the Prom and Stunt Day Committee er bright plans and neve ideas proved her a valuable member of our class For her exccllcncy an Spanish Senorata Marvarct Vw as ava ar ed the Spanish medal Forgetting her vaould be difficult for s c impressed Us vaath her contributions to our assembly pro 'rams and her vibrant personality A high honor graduate Margaret is a member of the National Honor Society Page One Hundred Sax HALL OF FAME FRANK LEISTNER 11111u5tr1o115 Frmk xx ho5t t1t1t 15 BUNIIIL 5 M lll wtf ol tht W 1h Hoo 15 rtttnty t1r11t 1 p 1tt 111t H1 111 F1n1t Ht 15 th 11115u11 tro who h1 ont llfnlibt 111 ot th 11oo1ckttp11111 for tht t111or 1 For t rtt 5tmt ttf- r111 1115 t ttttd xltt prt51t1t11t ot 1 hom-.room H 1115 1 mtmhtr of th Colltqt 11111 Auto Dr1xtr Club lllkl 1 11ov1 1 mtmhtr ot tht N1t1o1111 Honor SOLILIQ Frmk III honor 5t11t1t11t pl1115 to 1ttt11d tolltvt 11111111 Ur1t1111t1o11 JEANETFE GAIRING tmtttt Stmor C1155 Sttrtt1ry 11111 1111111 ht rtmtmhtrttl 115 h r tl155m1tt5 not only for htr fmt 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FEA- X" E '.. -olixw I -g -JI, r u i to O H 'J d F .1 w WE MEET FRIENDLY BUSINESSMEN ADELE S BEAUTY SHOP CHARLIE S BARBER SHOP 170 Ewst Oh1o Street FA 1 7844 CLOVER FARMS STORE ALLEGHENY Y TEEN COMPLIMENTS OF WITTS Bikery AL S CONFECTIONARY CRUNKELTON S FUNERAL HOME ARCH PHARMACY 1108 L1xtrpoo1 St CE 10194 FA 14089 JOHN AUBRECHT PRINTING COURTESY OF For Weddlng Invxtatxons C111 AL 1 6756 Rlthard Grot rxeb 406 Belt hooxer Aye BEN S MARKET 17410 Reedsdale St C 1 8 68 o Be ut11u1 1g,1t new xxmry BERGER S BAKERY 2016 Mt Troy Rd for rldl BILL S FLORAL SHOP 810 Perilto St CE 1 5467 BIRSA EMBROIDERY 86 LETTERING 2 Fountam St FA 17985 BOEHM S GROCERY On Sprmg 1-1111 Pr1ees are level FA 19756 BRUCES SUPER MARKET BUTTON 84 MCLEAN We hope you vn111 VISII The Conservatory AVIHIY BYERS MARKET Monterey St FA 16770 CALAVO INC Lubet Produee CASSEYS DAIRY STORE 7000 Mt Troy Rd CE 19989 CHRASKA AUGUSTJ Pre: rlptlon Optl un 610 Cedar Axe AL 1 D728 I VN1 III Wk , 9 .. . K , 9 Y f " ' 5 'C . . Z H ,.' Y E. f 3 , Tp: .1 'A S'1b Jr' eve-y'le1-c' tl' CE 1,6388 Bottom: Allcgheny studentf reemd their v ice, 1 -0. v ..,.,,. - , L I . I 'S ... ,. , U , , . 7 , . 'C C 2 Top: Parents night brought many visitors. Bottom: A Halloween party at Mrs, Campbell! was great fun for 227. DAUM 86 HELM HARDWARE CO. 623 f 25 East Ohio St. FA. 1f3610 DECORATOR'S CONSULTANTS SERVICE 1017 Venial St. Pgh., Pa. DERDA BROS. 400 Chestnut DEVLIN. B. B. 56 SONS 602 Sherman Ave. Pittsburgh 12, Pennsylvania Page One Hundred Sixteen DIAMOND CARBON CO. Scotland and Reedsdale Sts. Pittsburgh 12, Pennsylvania EAT AT JOHNNY LAUGI-lLIN'S Best Food in Town 917f19 Western Ave. EBER PROVISION CO. Wholesale and Retail Meats CE. 1f2258 EBENSCHWELLER'S 1316 James St. FA. 1'3 3 19 EICHELMAN'S STORE 1933 Rhine St. CE. 1fO817 ENGRAVED PLATES Pittsburgh Stencil Ei Tool Co. FULTON REXALL DRUG Lowrie and Ley Sts. CE. 1f538O FRITSCH W. A. AND CO. GARDEN CONFECTIONARY GRAU'S JEWELRY 613 East Ohio St. FA. 1'65'45 GARRETT MOTOR SERVICE 6394 Penn Ave. EM. 2f1131 GARVIN AUTO SALES California Ave. GEISELHART, ROY C., FUNERAL HOME 408 Cedar Ave. FA. 1f080O GERBERS FRUIT MARKET 602 East Diamond St. FA. 1fO536 GILLESPIE'S CLEANERS 1486 Spring Garden Ave. CE. 1f4366 C REAVES ALICE L I L 111111 t1 1 GUST BODY SHOP HAMM S MARKET I I1 HARRX S ,IEW ELRX HA RTUIN G COIN FECTIOIN ARX 1 1 L11v1 r1 HECK S MARKET HELENS CLEANERS 2 J H 111 fl P 11111 11 1 P HENKES MEAT MARKET 1127121151 C I 1 -1- HESS JOHN R IIKLII C11111r 11 S47 W1b1 1N11r111 Ax 1 HEPP S CONFECTIONARY STORE 1716 LOXXII S CE 19678 HUYS PICTURE FRAME SHOP 1FL1I'1I FAIOJOU IN MEMORY OF THE KOREAIN DEAD JO S MARKET S Spr111 1 1r11 I1 1 AL 16490 KELSO CO WM Il1I1I1Il C11111r1 F 11 T1 KIRBYS SHOE STORE 421 F 11 fl t FA 127111 KOCH SERVICE INC Troy H111 R11 It C lf I: I -411 6 1111 KRAL JOSLPH 11 N 111 111 x KRAMERS BROS IAREIGHI LINES 111 X 111 KRASON S CREDIT IEW ELERS KRANYS RUDX H 1 X111 1 7x KUPINA LOUIS S11 S111 1111 S L:1FRANCA S GROCERX 2 1' LAMM S CLEANERS 111911 C11 111111 51 I 911 LaSALLE ELECTRIC LAVERTX S .IEW ELRX SHOP IL U1 177 LEE S MARKET 2 Vx 1111 LIPTAK CHARLESJ 1 I11 111111 11 Ill CEORCJE LISS 1936 1'X1 II 1 1 T11 1 LOCKHART TIRE SL BAI TERX SERVICE I' 1 5 O 1'-1 J 1 , . . 2 Dry I 5 S 1rc Mc. 4 IIIIKI 1l1'111'11r1114 1329 Rcc11511.1c St. S23 1111 141 A 1. 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P1I1s1Nl1 11 12. 171 MABEL'S SMOKE SHOP 1246 Brighton Rd CE 19758 MAES SODA GRILL MAIER CONFECTIONARY MARKL MEATS MAY LUMBER CO 1201 Br1ghton Rd FA 1 2800 MCCLAIN GROCERY 1236 Iten St CE 19025 MELCHER A CONTRACTOR 2033 Alfred St CE 1 3414 MERRIMAN S GROCERY 13w9 Sheffleld bt CE 19767 METZGERS CHILDREN SHOP M 86 M MARKET MODERNISTIC BARBER SHOP MONK S SMOKE SHOP 86 POOL ROOM 16 Exst North D1 mmond St CE 19602 MT TROY BUILDING and LOAN ASSN 1970 W B kert Awe AL 16107 MT TROY GARAGE Edvx 1rd C1ady FA 14423 NEWELLS PHARMACY NORTH RECREATION ALLEYS H14 18 Etdtril Street P Nur h P nn 3 x lI11 NORTH SIDE FLORAL SHOPPE ostph R Sthlth soo Erst St C 14 73 ONE HOUR CLEANERS PACES DAIRY f 1 F ru 7116 Fmh Ax Pa O PETERKA, FRANK Painting Contractors 2363 East Beckett St CE 12363 PUSATERI THOMAS MARKET PENN BAKING Inc 1234 Bnghton Rd FA 11100 PENN T V Dependable Fast SCFVICC 1536 Brwhton Rd AL 1 S619 PEARLS BEAUTY SALON 114 East North Ave Phone CE 1 0223 PHILA PGH CARRIERS INC 1438 H1gh St N S Psh 12 Pa Oxermte Fre1 ht SCIXICC To P11111 CE 1719012 3 Pgh Tcrmmal Mgr Robert Mouhs PHILLIPS DRUG STORE 1400 Beaxer Avenue CE 1 3800 PRANTL BAKERY Home m mde bakery oods 1000 Chestnut St CE 14284 PRESTON TRUCKIN G CO RAUCH S CONFECTIONARY RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES We mute all Students 'To enroll on Wednesdays Lwmmtrt Redtlfs Chalrmin RETZER HYDE PHARMACY Corner of North md Federd Sts FA 16600 RIEDWOOD BROOM 8L MOP MFG CO 2510 Sprmnd Garden Axe CE 1 7107 RIGGS DAIRY STORE RITTER S GAILAGE 9 . 7 7 -w .3 - 5 9 ' f . ., 7 . , . , 7 I 1 g Y 7 ' ' f z 5- . 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T. , gf nf- H','r1'f'f'1 1-'ghff'r1v'1 ROHSNERS GROCERY STORE ROSA VILLA CAFE We Speclahze 1n Italnn d1shcS ROUND CORNER HOTEL Butler St Pxttsburgh Pennsylvama S Bc S ROOFING CO 1915 Rockledge St C 1 1577 SAMS BARBER SHOP SCHAPER ANDREW JR Insurance and Real Est ztc FA 14456 SCHELLHAAS E 84 SON FUNERAL HOME FA 1 6016 SCHUETZS BARBER SHOP SCHUFPS FAMOUS SHOE STORE 503 East Ohxo St AL 16706 SCHULLERS MARKET 1014 Mad1son Ave FA 10885 SCHWEIGER UNCLE OTT The Fnendly Barber 2005 Mt Troy Rd SEVENTH ST MOTOR CO Mercury Sales and Serv1ceS 815 17 7th St FE 18718 FE 15799 SEUCIKS BROTHERS MEAT MKT 1177 Brabec St CE 1 96.54 SEYMOUR MARKET SINGERS DRESS SHOP SHELLEY AGENCY Auto Fxre InSurance Notary AL 1 4595 1744 Bnghton Rd SPAGNOLAS MARKET 2077 Mt 'Troy Rd AL 1404 SPERANDEO SERVICE STATION 1747 Federal St CE 1 9137 SPERLING WALTER J Funeral D1rector 672 Lockhart St P1ttSburgh 17 Pa FA 1 1998 SLUMBER SHOP SNOWITE LAUNDRY 870 Federal St 848 Western Axe SOSINSKI RAYMOND Rxdlo Ea' TClLV1a1On Scrxlcc 900 M1d1son Ave AL 16307 Top Snow m We t Park doesn t keep the boys msxde at lunch tlme Bottom Faculty and students mlngle at the Col lege Club tea , 5 ug , Y . . f 3 i. . . K .1 . A . , .t , ' U .. . Q H, . E. f f..- ' ' 5 9 ' V f 2 S ' ' 1 5 705-7 East St., Pgh., Pa. 5 5 I ' s ' 9 7 1 . ' T - ' 4 Q 1 N STEPHEN'S MARKET S33 Tripoli St. AL. 1f3137 STEVE'S GROCERY STOP AND SHOP INC. SWEETLAND CONFECTIONARY SWITZER, RAYMOND NOTARY PUBLIC 1407 Federal St, FA. 1f9150 TAORMINA'S GROCERY 1204 Federal St. AL, 177897 TAORMINA'S BARBER SHOP 1202 Federal St. UNITED STATES REALTY CORP. 308 Frick Building VICTOR'S PHARMACY 1115 Federal St. AL. 16422 VINCIS DAIRY STORE 1609 Spring Garden Ave. CE. 1-9198 VRANA, THOMAS Photographer AL. 1-8172 WEINEL ELECTRIC 1803 East St. FA. 1-1838 WEITERSHAUSEN AGENCY 617 East Ohio St. FA. 1'103O WHOLESALE BEER DISTRIBUTOR 2005 Mt. Troy Rd. FA. 1f8442 WINDGASSEN, H. Amoco Service Foreland St. Wf'IRTH'S, HENRY Barber Shop WORKINGMEN'S SAVINGS and LOAN ASSN. 1114 East Street CE. 1f7297 Top: An cxnh.m'a--img 'lelhllllli lnel-Lei in a locker. Bottom: The Prom Committee for the januarw Class holds a meeting in the library. ,V v 1 n ,R was err 'Q' K .,,l.... N'---. f F ALLEN, HOWARD ALDERMAN ALVIN FREEHLING A FRIEND ABBOTT, MR. 86 MRS. EDWIN ALLEN 86 TERRY A FRIEND ANGELO, MARY 86 JIMMY ANONYMOUS APEL, MR. 86 MRS. CHARLES A. APPELTON, HELEN 205 ARBOGASI, ROBERT F. A FRIEND ARLENE 86 ED BAER, ANNA MARIE 205 BAER, MR. 86 MRS. G. A FRIEND BAKER, MR. 86 MRS. FRANK J. BANOVATZ. MR. 86 MRS. IOHN U3 OMF Hunrlrrvl Tvn'-nfylwn Top: Miss Betsy Ross speaks at Il breakfw t 1' the Dktrihxntive Education class. Bottom: Richard Hill. Staff artist. trndc III TfSqu:II'c fm' :I gun HI' I-Inline-ml in thc Il 5 In fun! rv THESE TOO ARE OUR FRIENDS BEDECK FAMILY BEGGAN, LITTLE BO A FRIEND BELL, MR. S. R. BERGER, ELSIE QBEST WISHESQ ISERGMAN, MR. ac MRS. C. BERGMAN, MR. an MRS. H. P. A FRIEND BERGMAN, PAUL BEST WISHES FROM A FRIEND BEST WISHES CLASS OF Rss" ELMA an KABBIE A FRIEND BEST WISHES FROM AN ALLEGHENY Y.M.C.A. 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CAMIIELL MELANIE sc KAARFFN CAMBELL IKE an IUCN CANTELLA MR C CAROI ac VIRGINIA COMFLIMEN TS OF A FRII ND CARR MRS J C JR C ATHERINE an IIILI CHESTNUT MR 86 MRS A R KHEIOSKY MR SIMRS JOHN I HMURA TONY Bc EIIY YANIKOVII CHRIZMAN CHAS H CHUCK CROSSMAN COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND CICHRA MR acMRS JAMES CLASS OF JANUARY 1953 CLEMENS MR ac MRS H J CLYDE MR sc MRS JAMES COLEMAN MR an MRS CEORC F N COLLMAN WALTA COLLURA VINCENT JR COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND COMPLIMENTS OF CRILE COMPLIMENTS OF ESTHER MURRAY COMPLIMEN TS OF GARDEN CON FECTIONERY MARGE 86 HY COMPLIMENTS OF LILL 86 JOHN COMPLIMENTS OF MIKE NIGREI LI COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND COMPLIMENTS OF THE CASSFY S COMPI IMFNTS OF 371 faq Onp Hunflr fi T.-Jf1n!yf'wIJI COMPLIMEN I'S OF TONY BAKER COMPLIMEN I'S OF IOM CANDAS 1308 REEDSDALE STREET COMPLIMENTS OF IIGGIE CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF JANUARY 55 CONGRATULATIONS FROM HANK KELLER FIGS SUFAK CONGRATULATIONS IO IHE GRAD UAT ING CLASS OF 55 RUSTY 86 TOMMY CONC RA FUIAFIONS IO IHE C RAD UAIING CI ASS OF 55 HFRIS 86 CONIINUFDSUCCFSS IIJWAIQIIW IUNK CON fl MR 86 MRS C IJIIJO CON FI JOHN 86 IAIVII S C OOPER CARI COY J A COYIF FRANY I RANDAII DONNA IEE CROWELL IHOMAS ec JOHN CUI HAM MARY ALICE CUMMINS MR sc MRS c FORI F CUNIAK LENNY CUNIAK MRS MARX CUSTER MARILYN CUSTER MR ac MRS A I DALTON MRS HFI FN DAN L ac JONI DEE ac AGC DEE AUD FRE 86 IRF DELORES sc PAT DE SILVEY, MR ac MRS DIETZ, JOE 11A 222 DON ac DOLLY DOMINO MR ac MRS JAMFS DON ac SHIRLEY DOODIEYAH ac GABBY HAYES DORNETTO MRS THOMAS DORAN FIJWIN P , . 9 , 1 I - - , . f l Sh - 79 4 - ' I 5 . . . - . 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Bottom Right: Shirley Heron gets cmwned Snow Queen by Class Presif dent Hinterleiter. CAR GAIRING, ERVUIN --sz" GAIRING. MR. at MRS. GALUP, JOHN GANGE, MRS. J.J. GANGE aa SELL GARRETT, ALBERT QGABBYJ GARRETT, JIM sc JUNE FUTURE ALLEGHENIANS 1956 - 1959 GEORGETTA 86 PAUL GERRY 86 FRANK GIALLONARDO, MR. 86 MRS. M. R GIALLONARDO, MR. LOUIS GIRLS FROM Y.W.C.A. Top Left: Stunt Day7Seniors make like clowns. Top Right: Passing the Class Key from one prcsident tn the ntlucr - Scnmr Dany. 'J GLADYS 86 MABEL GLORIA 86 ARMELIA GLORIA SWEGARD 86 FREIDA HEARD GOOD LUCK FROM A FRIEND GOOD LUCK SENIORS 10A'S 429 GOOD LUCK TO THE JUNE CLASS OF 1953 GOOD WISHES TO THE GRADUAT- ING CLASS FROM MR. 86 MRS. JOSEPH SWIDERSKI GRACIE 86 DOLORES GRAY, MARGARET GRAY, THOMAS J. GREEN, REGIS, A GRADUATE OF 1927 NOW MRS. EDWARD MEYERS 1014 NORTH LINCOLN AVE. GRILTZ, MARION GROSSMAN FAMILY CRUNDHOFFER, RITA HAMILTON, GLADYS BENTLY DRIVE HANLON, ELEANOR HARRY, ED, JIM, STAN, KENYON HECK, BOB HECK, R. H. HELEN aa JOE HENDERSON, RUTH Y.W.C.A. HEIBUR, MR. ac MRS. GEORGE HILL, JUDY HODGKISS, MR. ar MRS. R. C. HOEGEL, MR. ac MRS. CHAS. HOLE, LOUIS HOLLSTEIN ac MYERS HOLSTE, EDDIE HON, DIP aa GLENDA HOWARD ac THERESA HUCK, L. A. HUERBER, JOESTLEIN HUMMERS FROM THE WARD HUMMERS, THE HUY, MR. ac MRS. S. A. IVEY, JACK, JACK JACK JANE H. 86 R. COVINGTON DONALD W. MR. 86 MRS. MRS. FRANCES L. 86 DON JANECEK, MRS. ROMAINE JANET COX Top: Mr. Hettinger backstage during Vanety Show, "Now and Then." Bottom: Three V.I.P.'s jest before Variety Show W 4 v 5 QQ 'U 41"14ib 1 Q :h . . -+1 -v-1 1 - J , 1 ,A 411 2 4 LY . ,-. UQ: f 3 ' ' " f A ff ' V , l ' N ' ' 111 ' J' - ' L " , , rf . ,X 1 I K J J 4. If Rx I , Q A J f , I Punk CI I ' 1 -1 ff 1 ig 'ff X, Rs. xj: r g I . 1 1. f G 1 '. f' 1, 1 ,' 1 s . , 1 uf A 5 -1: i T " T I" If f- , 1 1 f, 1 'NN ' , 1 " K - " r, ' 1 . .1 -4. - ' v, . C.. . , Aa- -A 3 V, i IN I Q -1 1 - M1 f, - Q 1 I A - , ' Y U ' 4 J f, J -. 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Z Q Ii c 'c c c. f 217 Top: The junior Prom was a big Success. Bottom: Allegheny Students Showed their civie pride hy participating in ll traffic Count for the North Side BUSiIIeSSmen. RIBS, JOHN J. June, B7 RICH at ELEANOR RICH KLINE at FRAN LUEFEY RIGGS, BETTY RITA at ART RITA AND JOHN RODGERS, MRS. JOHN ROEHLICH. KARL F. ROMENCS, JOSEPH age Une HLJTCITSO T'II'iy ROULAK, KATE ROWLEY, MAUDE QGood Lucky RUSS, MR, an MRS. FRANK RUTH at JOE, RUTHIE at BILL RYAN, RODGER SCHAFFER, WALTER J. SCHIEFELBEIN, MR. at MRS. SCHATTAUER, R. SCIBETTA, CASPER J. SEIDAL, MR. at MRS. JAMES SELL, JACK SELLMAN, MR. sc MRS. LOUIS SESKEY, W. L. SEVCIK, MRS. M. SHORD, ALBERT SIEBERT, MRS. HAZEL SILVER, MRS. at CHILDREN SIMCIC, GEORGE SIMON, MRS. MARIE SIMON, PEGGY SINGER, HARRY SIX WHEELS OF 428 Shelly, Hazel, Nancy, Phyllis, Bob-hie, and Judy SLOIVEK, FRED SMALSTIG, ADELE SMITH, EUGENE R. SMITH, JOAN 86 BOB FISHER JR. SMITH, LINDA SONNY, DOT 86 RICH SPENCER, RICHARD G. SPILECK, RITA SPAGNOLA, CARL SPOLSKY, MR. 86 MRS. WALTER SPORCIC, R. M. STAHL, MR. 86 MRS. CLARENCE STEFANOFF, MR. N. STOECKER, BETTY 331 STOEHR, MRS. W. A. STOEI-IR, PEGGY ANN "ss" STOEHR, RUTH SUE at JACK, EDNA at BILL SULLIVAN - KELLY zos SULLIVAN, SALLY zos SUMMERVILLE, MR. at MRS. SWAITZ SWEGARD, G. ac HEARD, F. SWEGARD, MRS. ASPON TONI an TOMMY TAZOR, MRS. ANN TEDDY ac GLORIA THOMAS, FAITH THOMAS, MRS. HAZEL THOMAS, PAUL "ACE" TRAYNOR, MR. aa MRS. WAYNE VACTOR, FRANIE VELICOFF FAMILY fGood Lucky VIEHBECK, ANN ac RAY VIDINA, FRANK J. VIDT, MARTY MIETMUIR, MR. an MRS. J. VOLKMAN, MR. an MRS. GEORGE VRANA, ALFRED VRANA, MARION WANDA at BILL WEBB, MR. ac MRS. ROBERT WEBSTER, ULYSSES S. an FAMILY WEILER, DONALD WEISS, MR. an MRS. RALPH G. WHITE, ROSE sc GARLAND WHITED, LEONARD JOHN WILKINSON, BEVERLY ANN WILMA at JOHNNY WILMA an MICKEY WITT, PEGGY 1oB 128 WOOD, MR. at MRS. D. aa BOYS YANKOVIC, MR. sc MRS. THOMAS YEDLICKA, IRENE YURETICH, MR. ac MRS. RUDY ZABIACKI, ED QNorth High "5s"J ZADACH, MR. EDWARD ZINNO, SAMMY, BILLY sa JOEY Top: A committee from Stu' dent Council make a trip to South Hills to View the inf stallation of their National Honor Society. Bottom: Leaders of the school -17 members of the new Allegheny Chapter of the National Honor Society. WE STEP ONWARD TO NEW HGRIZONS ALLEGHFNY HYMN Down where Allegheny s waters In the mrdst of all the hummrng Flow on to the sea Ot the busy town Stands a school above all others Reared agannst the arch ot Heaven Very dear to me Loolcs she proudly down l-hgh school lute at best rs passrng When wrth moments swrttly tleetrng l-lere s to our success Ages shall roll by Our strong bonds shall ne er be broken Thousands yet unborn shall prarse thee Formed rn A l-l S Allegheny Hugh Chorus Lrtt the chorus speed rt onward Rarse a mrghty cry l-larl all haul to Allegheny l-larl to thee dear l-lrghl PQOI-l'ldTty , . . I I I , . ' 1 I r I I a P nc unme hr -two


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