Allegheny High School - Wah Hoo Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1955
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Playing an important role in the lives of Allegheny
students are the instruments of learning - books. Those
printed pages of knowledge, with the aid of teachers,
help to build the character and intelligence ofevery pupil.
We recall the first book presented to us. lt was the
little one, packed with traditions, regulations, rules, and
other information, called the Handbook. After that, the
subjects we chose made a small stack of books. Each
semester they were returned with a feeling of accomplish-
Every day as we open that history book events gone
by are relived, And our literature book takes us around
the world in minutes with its collection of interesting
Our stay at Allegheny can be compared toa book with
the students as the principal characters.
Chapter I we dedicate to the faculty, who have
assisted us diligently. They are to be our guides in
making us good citizens. The administration keeps our
school running smoothly. This is an entrance into Chap-
ter ll, where we arrive confused and encompassed by
strangeness until we met the shapers of our future -
teachers and books.
As the newness wears off we are at the peak of ac-
tivity in Chapter lll, with clubs, sports and Wahoo.
Chapter lV terminates our brief stay with Stunt Day,
Senior Day, the Prom,Graduation, and the 1955 Yearbook.
Hence we chose books with which we tell you.our
story. Every time we pick up this book we will be, in
memory, doing all over again the things that brought us
Mr. Roy T. Mattern
Mr. Charles Isenberg
L. at .
Miss Nora I. Willetts
The Facult eads
Mr J Freder1ckKunze science,
math Mrs Carolyn Sink biolo
and Mr Louis Hole science dis
cuss a few scientific problems
Miss Lillian Van Dyke dieti
tian Miss Laura Myers consumer
educationg and Mrs. Lucille Camp-
bell, home economics, look over a
pattern book with Miss Helen Kraft,
Mr. Carl Heyne, arts and crafts,
points out the artistic value ofa
bowl while Mr. Benjamin Phillips,
band, orchestrag and Miss Jane
I-leberling, vocal music, pay close
Mr. Bruce Allen, physical educa-
tions, listens with Mrs. Kathryn
Schaupp, physical educationg Miss
Agnes Flinn, physical educationg and
Mrs. Frances Mason, matrong while
'vIr. Carl Fehrenbach, physical ed-
ucation, explains some basketball
Miss Dorothy Marick, social
studiesg Miss Sarah Davey, soci-
ologyg Miss Inez 0'Donnell, mathg
and Mr. Gerrit Thorne, history,
hold a conversation.
Mr. John Dickson, English
seems to be the conversationalist
as Miss Elizabeth McWilliams, Ger-
man, historyg Mrs. Margaret
Fisher, Spanish and Mr. John Phil-
lips, English, are very interested.
Mr. Thomas Stewart, diSifibU'
tive educationg Mr. F. H. Floyd!
mechanical drawlflgi Mr- John
Gruber, industrial artsl MT- Ste'
phen Gilbert, Attendance Officerg
and Mr, Edward Hinchberger, cus-
todian, take time to p0S9 for this
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Posed comfortably for a picture
are Miss Ella Messer, social
studies, Englishg Mrs. Edith Leon-
ard, librariang Mr. MichaelAccetta,
Speech, Englishg and Mr. Cyrus
Miss Geraldine Dickinson, com-
mercialg Miss Roumavne Worrell,
commercialg Miss Mabel Griffiths,
commercialg and Mr. Claude Diehl,
commercial pause fromtheir class-
room work for a picture.
A faculty meeting.
Teachers Who Have Left
MISS MILDRED MCWILLLAMS was 11brar1anatA H S
for 14 years Before commg to A H S she wash
brarxan at Westlnghouse and a teacher at Latlmer
Jumor Hxgh Mlss McWxll1ams expects to travel
Durmg her stay at A H S she hked the spxrxt of the
MR H M SPRINGER was a coach for 26 years
He also taught algebra, geometry, and other mathe
matlcs before teachmg physxcal educatxon Mr and
Mrs Sprmger plan to travel to the west, thena
part tlme Job IS ln v1ew for Mr Sprmger
MISS MYRTLE WYLIE IS now employed at Allegheny
General Hospxtal Durmg her stay at A H S she
taught commerctal subJects for many years Mxss
Wylxe recelved her Masters Degree from the Um
versxty of MlChlgaH
MR CLARENCE WORLEY Allegheny salutes Mr
Worley now at Latxmer Mr Worley IS actmg vice
prlncipal Durmg his stay at A H S he was Wah Hoo
advxser for many years
MISS ROWLEY Mxss Rowley sponsored the mayor
ettes club and glrls leaders club She also taught
physlcal educatlon at A H S for 34 years She plans
to take xt easy and relax at home
MISS MARGARET KLINE who was ln the Engllsh
department at Allegheny Hxgh for many years She lS
glvxng volunteer servxce to the Presbyterlan Hospxtal
one day a week. She xs catchmg up on her readxng
whlle she lS at home and she expects to travel.
MRS MARY C JEFFERIES Allegheny wlll mlss
Mrs Jefferles for one year She IS talung along
deserved vacation She plans to go to Europe ln
Aprll and wlll return to A H S ln February, 1956
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JAMES BATTISTI B6S1d8S belng on the champ1onsh1p
swxmmlng team J1n was also presldent and Wah Hoo
representat1ve of h1s homeroom Mechamcal drawlng and
Enghsh were J1m s favor1te subjects College aW31lS h1m
ROBERT BAUER a member of the sw1mm1ng team for
three seasons plans to be a draftsman or enter the A1r
Force after graduat1on Bob s mam xnterest seemed to be
Mary Wholcy, Margaret Phlllxps,
and Nancy Vrane enjoy a Jokr whlle
MAT'llE BLACKWELL was a member of the Ball and
Needle Red Cross and Sewlng Clubs Mattle Mae
hopes to go to beautlcxan school after graduauon
Wll LIAM BUC1-IER B111 whose 'nagnetlc person
alxty won h1m many fr1ends wa llah Hoo llterary
edltor homeroom pres1dent b0Cl31 chalrman assem
blles comm1ttee cha1rman and stage crew and Drama
Club member B111 worked at Thorofare
JUDY CLEGG Judy s mterest 1n people led her to
were volleyball baseball and sw1mm1ng Teletype
Opefatlng was her goal
DONALD COGSVILLE K11ler COgSVlll6 1ncluded
gym and women as h1s favorlte subjects He was a
star football player and a member of band and art
clubs A college educatlon 1S 1n Don s future
MARLENE DRASKOVIC The favorlte subjects of
G1ggles were math gym and chorus Marlene was
a member of Gxrls Leaders and hopes to be a beau
t1c1an after graduat1on
DAVID FALLER Em who came to Allegheny asa
semor was a member of cho1r s1nce 10A He l1ked
basketball huntmg and sw1mm1ng and may attend
Penn State Un1vers1ty after graduatxng
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CATHERINE FASHION S favorite subjects were cloth
ing and art Katy enjoyed singing in her church
choir She was a member of Art Club After gradua
tion she plans to work at the Bell Telephone Company
BETTY FAWCETT was a member of Sewing Club
during her semor year ln her spare time Betty read
and sewed After graduation she plans to be telephone
operator or secretary
ALLEN FOWKES Math and Physics were A1 s fav
orite subjects He belonged to the Chemistry Club in
12B and Basketball Club claimed his time three other
semesters A college education IS in Allen s future
GEORGE HARMAN Although his plans were indef
1n1te everyone could tell that George s favorite sub
ject was marching band when they saw him perform
at football games Red also enjoyed speech and
LOUIS HARRISON JR American government swim
ming basketball and football took up most of Louis s
spare time. Space Cadet as his friends know him
hopes to be a United States Paratrooper.
GEORGE HOFFMAN JR. plans to join the Navy after
graduation Bill a member of the swimming team
was also a member of Boys Swimming and Marching
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debue are Judy Kasten Bill Bucher
and Roberta Nutter
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GERALDINE HUMPHRIES has taken an active part in in-
tramural sports while at Allegheny Gerryenjoyed skating
and dancing. She plans to enter a business school in New
HELEN JONES-Secretary of 12A Class belonged to
Sewing Club since l0B. Skating and swimming took up
Lou s spare time. After graduation she plans to attend
JUDITH KASTEN Assoc1ate yearbook edltor and maga
z1ne typ1st belonged to Drama and Fash1ons Club wh1le at
A H S Judy w1ll contlnue her busmesstralmng at Robert
MOIYIS Busmess School
ARTHUR KLUVO Besldes bexng a member oforchestra
Art belonged to Auto Drlvers Chem1stry and College
Clubs Mechamcal drawmg chemlstry archery and base
ball appealed to Arthur H1s future 1ncluded army and
Lxt hangmg gossxp bt fore st hool are
Bob Baucr, Gtorgt Harman, Xltlna
Snalr, Stanlu Manolxs, and Betty
JOHN KOE RTS Dude was one of Allegheny s base
ball stars John s favorlte subjects were h1story and
speech He was employed by Boggs and Buhls and w1ll
ertamly succeed IH anythlng he undertakes
RUDOLPH KRANYS Bemg a photographer of the
Wah Hoo gave Rudy valuable experlence slnce he IS
golng to enter thls fxeld after graduatlon Hts other
act1v1t1es mcluded band and swtmmmg
NANCY KUFNER enjoyed horseback rldmg and volley
bal Red a member of Hemz House belonged to
Sewmg Club and Glrls Mach1ne Shop Nancy s future
JUNE LADEBUE plans work then marrlage after
graduatxon Machlne Shop G1rls Llfe Savmg and
Chemlstry Clubs have occupxed a great deal of
Boot s tlme wh1le at A H S
ROBERT I ANE Besldes bemg our Semor Class
Presldent Tad was on the football and basketball
teams Hls plans w1ll take h1m to college after gradu
WILLIAM LAZAR Attendlng Carnegle Tech was
B1ll's a1m after graduatlon He was Wah Hoo repre
sentatlve and a member of the stage crew, and
College and Chem1stry Clubs B111 also belonged to
Sara Hemz House
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star Smcere 1n everythlng he d1d he llked speech
and sclence best B111 was vlce presldent of 301 1n
STANLEY MANOLIS Stan gave much of hrs txme 1n
SGIVICC as an aUdlO v1sual 31dS operator H1s hobbxes
were sports and cars He worked after school at the
North Slde Market House
ANTHONY MARUSIC occupxed h1s t1me 1n the sprlng
by playmg baseball Tony espec1ally enjoyed Soclol
ogy and Amerlcan HISIOIY After graduatlon Tony
plans to go mto buslness for hxmself
JAMES MCCLELLAND GUSSIS an ardent football
and baseball fan was the athletlc representatlve of
hls homeroom for two years SOClOlOgy and math
both appealed to .hm HIS future plans 1ncluded the
ARTHUR MCKINNEY a member of Swxmmmg Club
for three semesters was also homeroom vxce
presldent 1n eleventh grade Art enjoyed all sports
He plans to enter the Army
ROBERT MlTCHELl. Pudgy as h1s frxenas call
h1m has been on Allegheny s football team for
three years Bob always seemed happxest when maklng
a speech 1n class or slnglng ln chorus
Rclaxlng ln the park durlng lunch
tlme are LOUIS Harrlson Don Cogs
ville Geraldmc Humphrlcs and Ad
THELMA NESTLER Versatlle Pldge who was Secre
tary of Student Councxl and Wah Hoo Buslness Secretary
1ncluded speech and math among her favor1te subjects
After graduatlon she w1ll work for the Keystone Reader
JOSEPH NOVAK who was presldent of DISIIIDUIIVC Ed
ucatlon class and a past member of Art Decoratlons
Club enjoyed SWlmm1Hg archery and baseball He w1ll
enter the buslness world after graduatxon
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ROBERTA NUTTER S numerous act1v1t1es mcluded serv
mg as assoclate yearbook ed1tor Wflllllg for the news
staff and Noel Bobble was homeroom presxdent 1n
11A and a member of the Drama and Fashxon Clubs
HAZEL PAINTER known as Haz was recogmzed as head
majorette Engllsh speech and chorus were her favorlte
subjects She enjoyed all sports After graduatlon a job
awaxts her and then marrlage
EDWARD PAZICKY After graduatlon Ed w1ll enter
theater work Edd1e belonged to the College and Drama
Clubs and the Audlo Vlsual Axds He enjoyed Enghsh
MARGARET PHILLIPS partlclpated 1n Leaders and
Typing Club 'Moge worked at McCrory s part tlme
and plans to enter buslness school to contmue her
IRENE PLATTER better known as Renee sang ln
her church cho1r and plans to be a secretary after
graduauon Her favorlte subjects were shorthand and
chorus She appreclates all sports and Dave
JOYCE POMRENKE who has spent her spare tlme
1n Machme Gxrls Leaders and Sew1ng Clubs smce
she arr1ved at A H S llkes sewmg shorthand and
transcnptxon She hopes to be a stenographer
JOHNNY REMY one of the quleter fellows 1n the
class llked math revlew and art He also enjoyed
football basketball f1Sh1Dg and swlmmxng John
planned to work after graduatlon
RICHARD REMY Dancmg bowlmg and swxmmlng
of Physlcs Lab He has no lmmedlate plans after
Bob Bauer Ed Pazlcky and Bob
Mltchell seem engrossed ln the
assembly they are attendlng
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BONITA RICHARDS played in the orchestra besides
participating in Ball and Needle and Sewing Clubs.
After graduation she planned to attend business school.
Bonnie's favorite subjects were typing, history, and
RICHARD RICHARDS - Richard, who enjoyed swim-
ming, was an active member of the Y.M.C. A. Dick
had a keen interest in history. He will doubtless
succeed in any job he chooses.
ANTONIA RODRIQUES, very active in girls sports,
also has time to serve on Wah Hoo, service, and the
stunt day committee. She liked Spanish', gym, and
history. Toni plans to go to college.
KARL ROEHLICH a long time member of the honor
roll, editor of the yearbook and chairman of the
prom committee, likes English, math, and speech.
Karl is looking forward to college.
JACK SELL - A star in football and swimming, Jack
was homeroom president in 10A and sports editor of
the Wah Hoo as a l2A, Jack enjoyed dancing. He
planned to enter the Coast Guard.
DOLORES SHELLEY'S many activities at A. H, S, in-
cluded editor of Wah Hoo, president and vice-presi-
dent of homeroom, intramural sports, and Girls Leader
and Drama Clubs. Shelley's future includes a college
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in the library are Joyce Taraso-
vich, Thelma Nestler, Nancy Kuf-
Jer, and Karl Roliach.
ALBERT SHORD - Physics, math, and English were among
"Shordy's" favorite subjects. He was a member of the
Stage Crew, Chemistry and College Clubs, and Wah Hoo.
Al planned a Carnegie Tech engineering course.
ROBERT SMITH plans to enter the army after graduation.
Bob's activities included football, Wah Hoo representative,
and Basketball Club. He was very interested in art.
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ALCINA SNAIR was a member of Red Cross Club Al s
favorlte subjects were sewmg chlld care math and
speech She enjoyed danclng skatmg and swlmmmg
Marriage WHIIS for her 1n the future
EDWARD SPARROW one of Allegheny s top football
players was equally popular for hxs mus1cab1l1t1es Other
act1v1t1es 1ncluded sports lecture and marchmg band Ed
plans to be a muslc teacher
Boostxng the morale f our
Swlmmlng team are Bill Bucher
Dolores Shelley Judy Kasten Mary
Wholey and Roberta Nutter
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RONALD STEVENSON better known as C1sco has
been 1n Chemlstry and Physxcs Clubs whlle at
Allegheny Ronald served as a member of Servxce
squad and plans to enter college after graduatlon
ADELLA SWEGARD presldent of homeroom m 12A
favorlte subjects were bookkeepxng and speech Del s
actxvmes outslde of school lnclude roller skatmg and
dancmg After graduatlon she planned to attend x ray
JAMES THOMAS J1m s plans after graduauon ln
cluded a draftmg course H1s favorlte subject was
wood shop Jxm was a member of the servlce squad
and the sales and dance commxttees
LOIS VOGEL served as Staff secretary of the Wah Hoo
homeroom secretary and was also a member of
Drama Club Splder s future 1ncludes Geneva Col
NANCY VRANE Cholr and dancmg seem to be the h1gh
llghts of Nancy s act1v1t1es w1th Engllsh Math Review
and Chlld Care as her favorlte subjects Busmess School
wxll clalm her attentlon after graduanon
GLENN WALDSCHMIDT Energenc Glen a member of
Service Squad band and orchestra was also presxdent
career and attend1ng college mght school
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MARY WHOLEY one of our archingmajorettes en
Joyed danclng Intramural sports claimed much ofher
time at A H S Business school is in Mary s future
WILLIE J WILLIAMS nicknamed The Colonel
planned an army career after graduation Willie par
ticipated in basketball football and boxing Among his
activities were Glee Club homeroom vice presidency
and service squad
PHYLLIS WOLFORD who was very interested in in
tramural sports was a member of Girls Leaders or
four semesters Phil enjoyed dancing singing and
listening to the radio
Bill lewis Helen Jones Adella
Swegard Mattie Blackwell wait for
their chance for a drink while Don
C ogsvillc monopolizes the fountain
This is the last time the Senior
A's will take advantage of our lib-
WILLIAM BUCHER Friendly and popular William has earned him
self a place in the Hall of Fame with his many activities William
could always be found working on some class project He was Chairman
of the Social Committee president of his homeroom as well as Chair
man of the Assemblies Committee 1n Student Councll Even though
William worked at Thorofare during his semor year he found time to
be Literary Editor of the Wah Hoo and a member of Stage Crew
J UDITH ANN KASTEN is one of the rare persons in the world who can
mix work and play together and get them both done well The preced
ing pages prove this beyond a doubt for as Associate Yearbook Editor
she spent many hours helping to prepare the school annual She finished
fourth among seventy in the Board of Education s stenographlc test
Judy also bolstered her class s financial status by working for dances
and on various other committees
ROBERT LANE lne popularity of Bob as a star athlete player for
Allegheny since his junior year won him a place 1n the Hall of Fame
Playing defensive end in the 53 campaign he helped the team to the
section championship Football however did not take up all of Bob s
time He still managed to squeeze 1n basketball and boxing lt s no
wonder he was quickly chosen class president when election time rolled
around His terrific personality and intelligence also made him many
ROBERTA JEAN NUTTER did not confine her talents to one phase of
school life She held homeroom offices four times was an Associate
Yearbook Editor and a member of the Service Squad She joined five
clubs while at Allegheny and was on the Prom and Social Committees
Her assistance aided greatly in class financial matters Everyone
acknowledged her helpfulness and consideration Roberta dlsplayed her
acting ab1l1ty in the senior dramatic production Nine Girls All these
plus her radiant personality obtained for her a membershlpin the
National Honor Society
KARL FREDERICK ROEHLICH Being Yearbook Edltor and National
Honor Society member were not Karl s only means of recognition in
scholastic and extra curricular activities The magazine staff presi
dency of the Drama Club the Social and Prom Committees and par-
ticipation in the School Science Fair also occupied much of Karl s time.
Everyone appreciated his wonderful cooperativeness and personality.
He was a speaker at several assemblies and at W. P. S. P. A. confer-
ence at Pitt. Graduating with high honor Karl was salutatorian of his
class and will attend University of Pittsburgh on an Honor Scholorship.
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DOLORES SHELLEY IS one of the glrls 1n her class who has worked
hard to keep up the hlgh standards of her school Bexng Magazlne Edx
tor Natlonal Honor Soclety Member and a member of the Sen1or Play
cast helped to keep Dolores busy durmg her years of Allegheny To
help ftnance her college educauon she won S100 ln a W Q E D con
test Scholastxcally she ranked fourth ln her class She has beena
volunteer worker at W Q E D and a columnxst for the Plttsburgher
ALBERT SHORD as the valedlctorxan of hls class a member of the
Natlonal Honor Soclety and a member of the Wah Hoo Staff has rlght
fully earned h1s mche ln the Hall of Fame H1s sc1ent1f1c mterests
have led h1m to partlclpate ln the School Sclence Falr and to Joln Chem
tstry Club As a member of the Stage Crew Al was often found workmg
ln the audltorlum 1n h1s spare t1me Carnegle Tech IS the college of
Al s cholce he plans to enter 1n September of 1955
EDWARD SPARROW was very popular wxth h1s classmates Apprec1a
t1on for h1s fxne servlce and cooperatlon was shown when he was elected
vxce presldent of the semor class Playlng both saxophone and clar1net
excellently Edward performed 1n three varlety shows was a member
of the orchestra and Marchmg Band Club and Cha1rman of the Prom
Orchestra Comm1ttee He was one of Allegheny s star football players
Bemg very actlve on the sales commlttee Service Squad and as home
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pla1ns why cholr was one of her favorltes Sportsmmded Bel g me hmnEbsL1Mgst 1 am t1on be
Marva rated football and volleyball hlgh A member of ver m body and fender
Servlce Squad she enjoyed many outslde act1v1t1es ore longe o Drxvers
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CATHERINE BALSAMO Slnce Carnegle Tech IS 1n
Kate s future plans she was a member of the College
Club Art Drama and Cheerleader s Clubs Kate
was l bowllng dancmg or goxng on hayrldes
L BARCH Lee was looklng ahead when
k D E She plans to make retall sellmg her
ation Playmg basketball at the Y W C A
w one of her favorlte pastlmes
TTY ART LOMEO Betty w1ll be remembered
by all as avt g been one of Allegheny s good major
ettes Spor nd dancmg were among her many out
Slde actlvmes Betty hopes to enter college after
AUDREY M BAUER Sewmg cook1ng lunch and
study were Audrey s favorlte subjects at Allegheny
Football Swlmmlng and skatmg were enjoyed by her
To enter mto the workmg fleld or marrlage are
Audrey s future plans
JOHN BEATTY knoum by some as Clyde Beatty
that IS belonged to College and Soclal Dancmg Clubs
He was presxdent of h1s homeroom 1n 12B College or
Bell Telephone IS 1n John s future
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decided to join the Distributive Education Classin her
senior vear She enjoyed sports and dancing a great
deal outside school Marriage is in Ruth s future
BARBARA .I BLACKBURN Barb plans to enter
Nurse Training after graduation She has beenamem
ber of the Robed Choir She listed as her favorite
sports basketball and swimming Barbara enjoved
dancing and skating
THOMAS E BLEWETT Tom was a member of the
Red Cross Club and played football for an outside team
Smiling Tom will enter college after he bids his last
farewell to Allegheny High School
VIOLET M BOWERS V1 was one of our students
who took advantage of our D E course She listed
shorthand as her favorite subject She plans to con
t1nue her saleswork after graduating
DAVID L BOWMAN The Marines will have Daxe in
their services after graduation He had been in Auto
Club Basketball Club and Audio Visual 'xldm His
favorite subjects were machine shop and history
JEROME BRINCKO - Among Jerry s many activities
in and outside Allegheny were class offices Associ-
ate Yearbook Editor stagecrew dancing choir and
a certain girl. Jerry hopes to become a minister.
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victory arc Catherine Williams l r
ncstme C hester and Joe Ross
JAMES BRINK 'MOOUIE was interested in a variety of
fields ranging from football and baseball to girls He was
a member of Physics Lab and Chemistry Club He plans
to join the Army
BETTY BROWN - Typing Choir and Spanish were Betty s
favorite subjects. She was a member of the Sewing Club.
She enjoyed horseback riding volleyball and swimming.
After graduation she plans to attend business college.
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after graduation. Skating and dancing were her favorite
interests outside school.
EDNA BRUNNER - Known to everyone as "Blondie,"Edna
was one of Allegheny's cute majorettes for three years.
Liking to cook will be useful, as Edna plans to marry after
graduating from Allegheny.
Jim Brink, JoAnn Lazzara, Carol-
ine ldzakovic, and Bob Walker ad-
mire and exchange their senior
phone will take up Norma's time after graduation. She
belonged to Girls Machine Shop and Sewing Clubs at
Allegheny. Football, swimming, and boys heldher out-
JOHN J. BULEVlCH - English and chemistry helped
to hold John's interests at school. Swimming and
basketball were two of his favorite sports. Like many
of our young men, John liws to attend college.
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Cifggifrfs atmmsml c 90, ing wood shop as his
fgyo i g ' bjeit'J'Ch9cik isigs to do wood work after
ef . s lz'Au yi MVisual Aids and Auto Club.
Heglayedqfcytfjilirut of school .
DAVID P. BUTLER - Dave was amember ofthe Auto,
Bridge, and Basketball Clubs and secretary-treasurer
of his class. He was also a writer for the Wah Hoo
Staff, Dave's plans include college.
BARBARA CAMPBELL - 'Babe' listed basketball as
her favorite sport and bookkeeping as her favorite
subject. She belonged to Life Saving and Girls Leaders.
After graduation she will either go to school or get
REGINA D, CATTERY - Dancing, skating, and swim-
ming kept Jean busy outside school. Her ambition is
to become a telephone operator after she graduates.
EARNESTINE CHESTER Much ofEarnest1ne sspare
tlme was taken up by cholr A member of Drama and
Cheerleaders Clubs T1na enjoyed volleyball and
basketball She plans to become a creatxve dancer
ROBERT CIROCCO who lb better lymown as just pla1n
Rocco belonged to Sports 1.35111 ednglub and played
on the football team He plans 3 e a raftsman
or a mach1n1st afgeryse graduaies N D
CHABLENEK CIZEJ- Homgx mlft easurer member
ofQG1rls Leader: Cl ndlogl xvers Club were
Q0 is C1 IN c llegh nyl Her outs1de
IDC?-:S s mcjuded ancm lShe Npl XF o be a e
AUDRE CMADQL Zooml There goes Speedy Wh1Z
zlng down the street on the back of a motorcycle Be
s1des cycle r1d1ng Audrey l1kes dancmg and skatmg
She plans to become anlBM Operator after graduat1on
ANNA MAE COATES Ann enjoyed roller skaung
outs1de school She belonged to Auto DTIVGIS Sewlng
and Soc1al Danclng Clubs wh1le shorthand and tran
scr1pt1ons were her favorlte subjec Secretarnal
work IS Ann s amb1t1on X
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avlnga d wege Cl if Ro CQEVIC vpgsldent of
her m oom an ews Staff She
efloppg t1me ft r graduatxon
Carlene Numer W1ll1am Falth and
Charles Lazar are engaged 1n the
task of cleamng lockers
DAVID CORSELLO Math was Dave s bxglnterest wh1le at
Allegheny He plans to study englneerlng at college after
graduatlon Servxce Squad was just one of Dave s many
KATHLEEN CUSACK Kathy an honor student wants to
be a Certlfled Publ1c Accountant She was amember of the
Drama Club and Wah Hoo Staff Her favorxte subjects were
bookkeeplng and soclology
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HARRY DANIK Even though Sonny was transferred
from a rlval school he was fully accepted by all hls fellow
classmates HIS ma1n lnterests were mechamcal drawlng
and chemlstry along w1th basketball baseball and foot
DOROTHY DARR Dot chose art as her favorlte sub
ject Tenms and gOlDg wlth a certaln boy were her favor
1te outslde mterests B6COm1Dg a p1an1st or a salesperson
IS Dot s hope for the future
Sellma makers at mt basketball
Rams to Robert Jocstlun Norman
Bachr Charles Martlg and Alice
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mg durlng her spare tlme after school She was Wah
Hoo Representatlve for a semester and had taken part
ln volleyball tournaments Secretarlal work IS her
MARLENE DOMINEK To become an alrllne hostess
IS Marlene s blg ambltlon 1n llfe She enjoyed playlng
v1ol1n ln Allegheny sorchestra Basketball swlmmlng
and volleyball held Marlene s sports lnterest whlle at
PATR1ClA DOMKE To acqulre aposltlon ln an offlce
IS Pat s ambltlon Pat had belonged to Chess and Auto
Drlvers Clubs for two semesters She enjoyed art
sewmg and handwork outslde school
ROSE M DUNCAN Danclng and swlmmmg were
Rose s lnterests OUISld6 school whlle typlng was her
favorlte subject She was a member of D E Rose s
plans for the future lnclude contlnulng her saleswork
MARGARET DUNPHY Margle hopes to study fashxon
deS1gn1l'1g after graduatlon Belng Art Edltor of the
Wah Hoo Staff and a member of the Art Club kept her
busy durlng her three years at Allegheny
WILLIAM EARL. Danclng and glrls were B111 SChl6f
actlvltles 1n and outslde school He also tooka blg ln
terest 1n sports The Armed Forces w1ll recelve
Blll s servlces after graduatlon
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for the future Hxstory was rated as among her av
orlte subjects Outslde school her church cholr kept
her pretty busy most of the tlme
PAUL EFTHlMlADES who was known to have debated
on any subject of current 1nterest belonged to Physlcs
Lab and College Club Avxatxon School or the Coast
Guard are h1s plans after he graduates
MARY ERB 'Terry was a member of Art Club for
two years at Allegheny She was another of the D E
students She plans to contlnue saleswork after grad
RONALD ERNBERGER Baseball basketball and
football were hlgh among hlS sports favorltes while
he rated wood shop and gym as belng tops among h1s
favorlte subjects Ronme s plans lnclude enterlng the
WILYIAM ILAI gil xiwd y and all of
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ROY FARK The school s shops held Roy s interest
:lurmg hls three years at Allegheny He was especlally
mterested 1n machme shop Roy plans to enter the
Armed Forces after graduatlng
Nick Borls shows one of our guld
ance movles to an mterested group
BARBARA FAVORS To enter Harvard s Coed School of
Law IB Barbara s blg ambmon after graduatlon Vlce
presldent of her homeroom n the tenth grade Barbara
chose bookkeeplng and Spamsn as her favorlte subjects
ARLENF. FENRICH Majorettes and typ1ng have been
clubs that lnterested Honey She also llked football
basketball and bookkeeplng She enjoyed hayrldes and
dancmg wxth Wtll Arlene plans to be marrled after
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PAUL FLICKINGE Paul served s Student Councll
Presldent as a semor e Joyed alvl orms of math and
hopes to contmue hgizflu IIONRUI FS amember of the
Natlonal Honor Sooget 5 A Q
MAEGSQQT ELQINNX AHQIIIOLQQ an or? 'Y-1 two
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JAMES FLYNN Art Club and Service Squad were
Jlm s favorlte act1v1t1es He was also another of our
young men who was greatly mterested ln dancmg
College IS ln J1m s future
GLORIA FRANK whose nlckname IS Sunny IS a
sweet g1r1 who really gets 1nto school actwmes
Sunny s been n Leaders Art and Soc1a1Danc1ng
lubs and was fin sted ln skatlng and danclng
.MANRY UCHS AIYRBT of All gheny s cute neaj
l l egaskj ! ye all sport andtfalso d ncl
P gwx Tk ofw her falprxt shhjectsl 1le at
egh ny Mafrrlage ISID Mary s utune N
SYLVIA RLICK Whxle at Allegheny sewmg and
gym were yl s favorltes She also belonged to Sewlng
Club She enjoyed sw1mm1ng outslde school She pl s
to enter offlce work after graduatlnggsiom Mle
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avor e was r asurer of h home
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Recelvmg help from Mxss Messer
wlth thexr semor themes are Joe ,',,,.r
Zugec, Betty Layne, and W1ll1e Mc
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CECILE GIBSON Nurse s Tranmng w11l take all of
Gees t1me after she graduates She was elected
vlce presldent of her homeroom Besxdes dat1ng and
danclng she also worked on the Wah Hoo Staff
IRENE GRABOWSKI Swlmmmg and basketball were
among Irene s many outsxde Interests Her favorxte
lxst was topped by sewmg and speech After graduat
mg from Allegheny Irene hopes to enter off1ce work
NOLA GUARD Nol had belonged to the Art Club all
through her years at A H S She plans to be employed
by the Bell Telephone Company after graduatlon
Bowlmg and hotrods were her specxalues
as NTHER +245 Zlgfoods pre ran S
favorlte blsfts She plans tg? elep bzrator
aft gr dura xo CIIJUISIGG lntere t uded skat
nfl softbal and she waf 3 mlrftigr the Cheer
leaders Club f
MARY ANN GYURIK Dancmg and swxmmmg were
Mary s favorlte 8CIlVlI18S She was also one of our
majorettes while at Allegheny
VIRGINIA HARE plans to be a secretary after gradu
at1on therefore shorthand ranks hlgh on her 11st of
favorltes A member of Cheerleader and Typmg
Clubs Vxcky s OUISld6 BCIIVIIICS conslsted of sw1m
m1ng and dancmg
Preparmg to enjoy one of our cafe
terla s fme meals are Myrna Heese
Margaret jlmn and Regma Cattery
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JOHN EVA HAYES was aglrl w1th a real lively personallty
She s planmng on secretarlal work so naturally shorthand
and transcrlptxon were her favorlte subjects She also
worked on the Wah Hoo Staff
JOHN HAYWOOD JR John enjoyed speech most of all
wh1le at Allegheny along wxth mechamcal drawlng He
hopes to attend college and become a draftsman
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MARY HAYWOOD Sewmg and shorthand were Mary s
favor1te subjects She enjoyed s1ng1ng 1n her church cho1r
outslde school Mary hopes to become a secretary after
MYR HES! nc1 g and SPIKQ held Myrna
terest ut 'li o She njoy g an ec
leavmg school after a hard day's
work are Elmer lluerbtn, Rose Dun
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DONALD HEIN Bemg the Wah Hoo Staff Photog
rapher along wtth Asslstant Yearbook Edxtor and
stagecrew member took up a lot of Doc s txme
Dancmg sw1mm1ng and E held hxs lnterest outslde
MARGARET HEINLEIN Margxe enjoyed basketball
swlmmlng and also ICC skatlng OUISIOG school She
year Margle hopes to work for Kaufmann s after she
graduates from Allegheny
CHARLOTTE HENKE Charlotte belonged to D E
1n her semor year at Allegheny Sports and dancmg
helped to hold her mterest outsxde school She plans
io contlnue saleswork after graduatmg
PROVIDENCE HENRY Prudy llsted speech short
,hand and transcrlptxon as her favorlte subjects She
also enjoyed dancmg football games and boys She
pes to become a PIIVHIC secretary or go to college
SHIRLEY HOHN Kaufmann s was Shlrley s place of
employment Secretary Wah Hoo Representatlve are
the offlces she had held and she lxsted her favor1te
subjects as cookmg sewmg and typ1ng She also en
CARL HOLMES better known as Sherlock was
kept busy after school by workmg at Allegheny General
Hospltal Machme Shop and Enghsh were his favorlte
subjects He hopes to enter the Alr Force
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spare t1me well ln hand HISIOFY Spamsh and typmg
were h1s favorlte subjects whxle at Allegheny To he
come an offxce worker IS Elmer S ambltxon after grad
CAROLINE IDZAKOVIC Shorthand transcrlptlon
and bookkeepmg were tops among Carol1ne s favor
1te subjects Her many outslde act1v1t1es lncluded
readlng dancmg skaung and also tenms Ida
hopes to enter commerclal work after graduatmg
TIMOTHY IVEY Tlm was a member of the Sports
Lecture durmg h1s three years at Allegheny H1s fav
or1te subjects were world hlstory draftmg and gym
He hopes to enter college after graduat1ng from
PATRICIA JARDINE Slnce Pat plans to be a sec
retary after graduat1on ll s no wonder her favorlte
subjects were shorthand and typmg Pat had been
JOANNE JASTREBSKI Swlmmmg tenms and bas
ketball were Jo s favorlte sports and she llsted her
favorlte subjects as chorus cookmg typmg andD E
Joanne wxshes to become a telephone operator after
ROBERT JOESTLEIN Bobs favorlte subject lxst
was topped by Amerlcan government Belng a mem
ber of Auto Drlvers Club and homeroom treasurer
took up Bob s spare tlme at Allegheny College IS hls
Myrtle Mllllgan Charlene ClZlk
and Kathleen Cusack slgn thelr year
books whlle Jerry Brlncko looks on
GLADYS JOHNSON havmg been a member of Glrls
Leaders Club for f1ve semesters enjoyed playmg tenms
and basketball SOC10l0gy and Engllsh are tops on her
l1st Gladys plans for the future lnclude college
CURTIS JORDAN was a member of Basketball Club H1s
favorlte subject was hlstory He also held the posltlon of
sergeant at arms Curtls worked after school and plans
to enlist after graduatlng
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LORRAINE JORDAN - Known to her friends as "Rainie,"
she participated in all girls sports. She was a member of
the Girls Life Saving Club for three years. Lorraine plans
to become a secretary.
HELEN KAPPAS - A Distributive Education student, Helen
chose English, history, and chorus as her favorite subjects.
Dancing was enjoyed by Helen in her spare time. To be-
come a telephone operator is Helen s ambition.
Lillian Stoecker collects cards for
one of our career conferences from
Mary Fuchs C arlenc Numer
Charles Martig and Don lcathery
JOAN KASTNER - Jo enjoyed bowling, skating, swim-
ming, listening to records, and basketball. Transcrip-
tion, English and home economics were among her
favorite subjects. Jo's plans for the future are to be-
come a secretary.
MARY KELLO- "Sparkey" switched to Distributive
Education in the twelfth grade. She enjoyed swimming
and skating, but listed dancing as her favorite pastime.
Mary intends to become a busy housewife after
JACQUELYN KELLY Jackie enjoyed sewing a
great deal at A H S She also took a big interest in
practically all sports Jackie plans to be married after
SHIRLEY KENNEY better known as Dell was a
member of the Glrls Leaders Her favorite subjects
were choir and speech She also like baseball and
swimming Dell plans to be an a1rl1ne hostess
MARY KILLEBREW A former member of the Auto
Club Hot Rod loved cycle racing and cars Her
favorite activities were chorus skating and dancing
Jane plans to enter the service after graduation
JUNE KNUTH Some of June s outside interests in
cluded basketball volleyball dancing and swimming
Belonging to the Wah Hoo Staff June was kept busy
in her school act1v1t1es June is college bound after
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transcrxptlon held Pats xnterest whxle ln Allegheny
H1gh School Among her many outslde actxvmes were
swxmmmg and danclng Secretarnal work IS Pat s
arnb1t1on after graduatxon
DOROTHY KRULICK belonged to the Cheeleaders
Gxrls Leaders and Llfe Savxng Clubs Her favorlte
subjects were hlstory and Engllsh She llked basket
ball volleyball swxmmmg danclng and partles Dot
plans to be a secretary
BETTY KURTZ Among Betty s favorlte sports were
basketball swlmmxng and football Math chorus and
lunch headed her favorxte subject l1st She also en
joyed skatmg after school S1s hopes to become a
CATHERINE LAW Cathy was a member of Typlng
Club and Servlce Squad durmg her three years at
Allegheny Sewmg and speech were among her fav
or1te subjects Secretarlal work IS her goal aftqlxpr
graduatlon ,ff X L
Head Cheerleader a d Ye Y 1I0f S exwas a
Trying on thclr taps and gowns ln
Hl1IlLlpaIlOl'l of tommcnttmtnt are
John NlLhO1dS Mlldrcd Nawrotkl
and Davc Bowman
member of the Nat 0 I I-:mor lety6,,BetW plans J ANN LAZZARA Sports were Jo Ann s b1g mterest 1n
to become a Secret ry ter shefgradu S C, mnd outslde school She also enjoyed dancmg Jo Ann also
BETTY LAYNE heye :wp lfnporyalhr M-'LIIOAE f
CHARLES THOM LAZA BJ Chtlqc the Greek
played football t de of l ghenjg, Chuck held the
offlces of preslden and v pre ldent of h1s home
rooms Chuck who llked pl s to go to College
was a member of Servlce Squad
DONALD L LEATHERY Splash! lnto the water dove
Don a swlmmxng team member Hlsofflceslncluded presl
dent v1ce presldent and athletxc representatxve Hxs fav
Oflle subject was speech and he plans to attend Capxtal
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ALICE P LEINWEBER mcknamed Blondle rated short
hand and transcr1pt1on as her favorltes Swxmmmg and
baseball headed her sports HCIIVIIICS Other act1v1t1es
mcluded SGTVICG Squad and Cheerleaders Club After'
graduatlon plans w1l1 lnclude secretarlal work
JEROME M LEONARD Plggy a real popular boy
wxth everyone was a fxrst strmg center 1D football for
Allegheny as a senlor Hxs future ambltlon IS tobe a
mus1c1an wxth a healthy appetlte
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Doris Vetter Mlke Qulncc Rlta
V1etme1er and Tom Blewctt leave
the audltorlum after enjoylng a fme
JOAN RUTH L NCH
Joame one of Allegheny s cute cheerleaders Chorus
and speech were Joan s favorite subjects To work
at the Bell Telephone IS Joan s b1g amb1t1on after
graduatmg from Allegheny
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BERTHA LYONS Belng a majorette kept Babe
pretty busy wh1le at Allegheny Among her many
favorlte subjects were shorthand transcrlptlon and
sewmg After graduatlng she plans to enter secretar
1al work 1n med1c1ne
BARBARA V MAHLER Sxnce she wants to becomea
receptlonlst II IS understandable why Barb enjoyed
shorthand and transc,r1pt1on h belonged to Cheer
leaders and Auto V Y lubs Basketball and
footxby eriher favo r s
w legheny HIS spare
2 if gl 1 and football were
t e plans to become
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MIKE MANCE Mlke enjoyed shop and gym agreat
deal durmg h1s three years at Allegheny Gxrls and
sports were hxs ma1n outslde xnterests
SHIRLEY ANN MANN Tap! Tap! goes Shlrley as she
types for the Wah Hoo Gxrls Leaders and typlng were
Shlrley s favorlte pastlmes at Allegheny Upon gradu
atlon jolmng the Armed Forces IS her ambltlon
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among Chuck's favorite activities outside school. He
also enjoyed shop, art, typing, and marching band
white at Allegheny. Chuck plans to attend night school
WILLIE MCCANTS - History, gym, biology, and art
were Willie's favorite subjects. He was a member of
the football and basketball teams for his three years
at Allegheny. He hopes to enter professional football.
ETHEL ANN MEISER- Watching baseball games is
Ethel's pastime. Since Ethel plans to become a secre-
tary, she names shorthand and transcription as her
favorite subjects. Ethel enjoyed dancing and swimm-
ing outside school.
LOIS MILEWSKI - Lois does a lot of bowling. She
would like to be a secretary in the Navy Corps. She
belonged to Art and Typing Clubs.
DOLORES MARIE MILLER - As a result of "Dolly's"
active participation on the Wah Hoo Staff, she rose to
columnist. Skating, bowling, and dancing were her
outside activities. Dolly hdpes to enter college.
MYRTLE MILLIGAN - She belonged to Typing Club
and her favorite subject was sociology. Basketball was
among her favorite sports. Dancing took up most of
her time. She plans to be a telephone operator.
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taking a test are John Beatty,
Charles Bummer, Don Hein, Betty
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PATRICIA MITTERMEIER - Pat plans to go into secre-
tarial work after graduation. She was a member of the
Circulation Staff for two semesters and then assistant
Yearbook Editor. Her favorite subject was speech.
LELIA MORGAN will enter Nursing School after gradua-
tion. English, history, and bookkeeping were her favorite
subjects. Armember of Drama and Sewing Clubs, LeIia's
outside activities included attending meetings of the
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favor1te subjects were s orthclzi IIQHSLTIPIIOD and Span
1sh She enjoyed baske ll Q1 tliall and works part
ume at Murphy s S 6 vi' be stenographer after
WILLIAM J ,MR K ill mere I as held by shop
gYm 3413 ct1c ly all Qpo Hxs f past1me out
s1de chool was 1rls 'Bxll ll ter e Armed Forces
l-lwood Scott and Robert Cxrocco
polnt out some of our manytroph1es
to Ldna Brunner and John BUlLVlCh
FRED NAATZ A very HCIIVC fellow Fred was a
member of the Swlmmlhg team and belonged to Lxfe
savlng and Band Clubs Fred s favor1te subject
sc1ence may help 1n h1s plans for the Army
MILDRED NAWROCKI M1ll1e was a typlst on the
Wah Hoo staff Workmg part tlme after school took up
M1ll1e s spare txme To become a secretary then
marry are her plans after graduatlon
ROBERT D NEUDORFER Robert called Bob by
most of us was fond of tenms and swlmmlng HIS
commerclal tralnlng typmg and bookkeeplng w1ll
come 1n handy for Boblntendsto enter bus1ness school
JOHN J NICHOLAS John rates math and mecham
cal drawmg as h1s favor1te subjects whlch he needs
to fulflll h1s amb1t1on of attendmg college after gradu
atlon Hls actlvxtxes at Allegheny mcluded sports and
CARLENE J NUMER Shorthand and typmg were
Carxlene s favor1te subjects She 'hopes to enter the
secretarlal f1eld Lafter graduatmg Dancxng was her
most enjoyable acuvxty OUISIGC school
GLORIA K OKl ATA Swxmmmg and danclng took up
most of Glorla s spare t1me along w1th bexnga major
ette She rated Engllsh clothmg and crafts as her
favor1te subjects She hopes to become a beautxclan
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orlte subjects were shorthand typlng and cholr e
also enjoyed swlmmmg basketball and softball Her
outside lnterests mcluded sxnglng and sewlng Marrx
age IS 1n Carol s future
DOLORES M PFEFFER Babe s outslde lnterests
were danclng and typmg She was homeroom Stamp
Representatlve and a member of the Art Clubat Alle
gheny After graduatlng she hopes to become asecre
tary or salesperson
JUNE C PIERCE June s outs1de lnterests were
held by dancmg and playmg the plano Her favorlte
subjects were orchestra speech and sewmg She has
been Wah Hoo Representatlve 1n her homeroom
THERESA PROHASKA Among Terry s many ac
t1v1t1es were skatlng bowlmg football games and
hayrldes Shorthand and transcr1pt1on were her
vorlte subjects wh1le at Allegheny She would llke
to enter the commerclal fleld
PETER L PROZA Collectmg records contempo
rary musxc and models occupy Pete outslde school
Whlle at Allegheny he enjoyed math sclence and
machlne shop After gradu hefplans toxmajor 1n
electromcs at college q M' W
MICHAEL J QUINCE Alo Vuth Eplagifllg baseball
for Allegheny Mlke s IlV 1 cluded Bqys
Lxfe Savlng Art and G 'Cl s to nt r
the Armed Forces after grgtggf Allegh 3
John Haywood Myrna Heese Bob
Neudorfcr and Eleanore Yankovlc
sausfy thcxr swcct tooth at our
EMMA L REIN Swlmmmg danclng and drlvmg were
enjoyed by Emma OUISIQS .of school llfesavlng and Red
Cross 'Clubs foods sewmg and Engllsh held her lnterest
ln Allegheny Marrlage IS Emma s future plan
CAROL ANN RICE Carol hopes toenter bus1ness school
after graduatlng Bookkeeplng rates hxgh among her favor
lte subjects Swxmmmg and football were among her sports
lnterests She also belonged to Fashlon and Typmg Clubs
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Drama Clubs Her favorlte subjects were chorus and
speech Ola llked basketball football and baseball She
danced sang and skated She wants to become a model
JOSEPH B ROSS To enter college are Joe s plans for
the future He was a member of marchlng band for four
semesters and the physlcs lab Math ranked hlgh among
Joe s favorlte subjects
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arc JoAnne Jastrebskx Dorothy
Darr Mary hrb and Shxrley Hohn
who were members of our D E
BETTY SATTLER Betty s ambxtlon after graduatmg
IS to be a telephone operator She l1sted her favorlte
subjects as Swlmmlng and math Betty had been a mem
ber of Sewxng Club for two semesters
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BETTY SCHLEGEL Swlmmlng and football were
the sports most l1ked by Betty She rated sewmg and
Englxsh as her favorlte subjects Her spare txme was
spent at theY W C A
DARLENE F SCHMIDT Margaret Morrlson College
IS xn Darlene s future Her favorlte subject 11st was
topped by bookkeepujg Spanlsh and hlstory She also
belonged to College Cheerleaders and Sewlng Clubs
whxle attendmg Allegheny
ELWOOD SCOTT Engllsh and hlstory were among
Scotty s favor1tes whlle attendlng A H S He played
for the Newell s football team outs1de school H1s
ambltlon IS to become a pa1nter upon graduatmg
EDNA M SCWEIGER Edna plans to change her
name after graduatlon when she plans to become a
"Mrs She enjoyed typmg before taking Dxstrlbu
uve Educatxon at Allegheny Her favor1te outslde
act1v1ty was danclng
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Orgamzatlons Hns mterests 1ncluded all sports ln
h1s semor year Dave enjoyed Chess Club HIS future
plans are to be a salesman for a wholesal r
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have pleasure s1n ffl! rces
ROSEBUD L SIMPSON Rosebud enjoye Slnglflg and
dantlng a great deal She also took a keen lnterest tn
sports while attendlng A H S
Vl ADIMIR W SPOI SKY Secretary treasurer v1ce
prestdent and presldent these offlces were f1lled by
Wallle He was a member of the football team
orchestra and Wah Hoo staff He w1ll enter College
typ1st after graduatlng Whllt at Allegheny she enjoyed
art typmg swxmmmk. and volleyball
ANNETTE STEFANOFF Among NlCkle s favorxte
subjects were shorthand and transcrlpuon She was
employed ln a Bakershop durmg her sparetlme After
graduatmg from A H S she plans to enter the Seere
Harry Danxk Gladys Johnson Carl
rfyv Holmes Theresa Prohaskx and
Charles Martlg are takmg the1r
seats for the last tlme at the semor
L, LIAR BIJRTH ,srdectcak fsrugem CouncLPTrea
Su r Przhndaht an V1 resldcfft of hd'hog1eroom and
a Natnonil Honor Samet embefr were L11 s eutstgndmg
actfvitxes at A legheny Shorthand yve ,har favorue sub
BETTY L TAYLOR who enjoyed the D E course plans
to enter Busmess College after graduatxon She was a
member of Cheerleaders and leaders Club She enjoyed
sports and sang 1n her church cholr
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along w1th fo'ods She was a member of G1rlsMath1ne
Shop Brldge and Canasta C,lub and Fashlon Club lo1s
plans to be a nurse
RITA M VIETMEIER known by some as Dutchxe
belonged to Sewmg and Red Cross Clubs She was
secretary of her homeroom In 10A and 11A R1ta
plans to contlnue workmg after she graduates
OLIVE M THOMAS Tennls football muslc and
Frank were among her favorlte outsxde lnterests
Cholr and Engllsh rated h1gh on her favorlte subject
11st Olive plans to be marrled after graduatmg from
ROSEMARIL TROXELL Dolly asslsted 1n the l1
brary She enjoyed basketball baseball and football
Skatmg and T V are her favorxte pasumes After
graduauon she plans to enter offlce work or busxness
DORIS R VETTER w1ll alwavs bc remembered for
her cheerleadlng After graduatlon she wxll enter
busmess school Do was secretarv and vlce presl
dent of her homeroom ller favor1te actxvmes were
danclng boys and swlmmlng
MARY JANE VIDINA belonged to the Sewlng and
Typlng Clubs She was a majorettc. and hked base
ball and dantlng Her f3VOI'lIL subjctts were short
hand and Lngllsh Mary Jane plans to be a secretary
ROBERT .I WALKER Along wlth basketball and
swlmmmg wood shop hlstory and typlng were the
thmgs that attracted Bob to sc ool ev Nagy ob
was also a mem ber of Auto Drl A anlgfess Clubs
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HARRY G WENZ Harry layed Ayleghen S
band for three e Arnldng h S he
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favorite subject list while basketball rates high a
mong her sports interests Her activities included
cheerleading and SGIVICC Squad Cathy hopes to attend
Burroughs Training School after graduation
MARIE WINTERHALTER Typing Club College
Club and Service Squad took up Marie s time while
in school Swimming and roller skatmg were Marie s
main interests outside school She plans to be a
PAT WOSNIAK Steve enjoyed swimming and foot
ball outslde school She also belonged to the Typing
Club Shorthand and transcription were among her
favorite subjects Steve hopes to become a secre
tary after graduation
ROGER C WYCKOFF Physics Laband Auto Drivers
Clubs held 'Monk s lnterests He also enjoyed
speech class After graduatlon the Navy will mold h1s
future Driving baseball football and speech are his
ELEANORE J YANKOVIC who was one of our most
popular majorettes Ilke typ1ng and bookkeeping She
favored swlmming and basketball Ice skating was her
pastime Elly plans to work in a bank
JANICE A ZACJACKOWSK1 Football games danc
mg and bowling took up most of Jan s spare time
Whlle in school she enjoyed Typ1ng and Sewing Clubs
and Child Care She hopes to become a typist after
Returning their English books or
the last time to Mr Weckcrle are
Virginia Hare Dave Butler and
JOSEPH R ZUGEC At the Y M C A you would
fmd our friend Joe He play on the football team for
three years After graduation day Joe will probably go
STEPHEN ZUNIC Steve s social mterestsmcluded danc
mg among others Bucky rated as his favorite subjects
chemistry and hlstory He worked at night while he attended
Allegheny Steve hopes to enter college after graduating
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KENNETH ANDERSON Sports rank h1gh 1n Ken s act1v1t1es ln and
out of school Swlmmlng and basketball Clubs have taken up most of
Ken s tlme ln Club act1v1t1es Although Ken was a star performer for
the basketball team h1s senlor year he also swam for the swlmmmg
team h1s sophomore and jumor years Ken has beenavery actlve
member of the Y M C A for n1ne years and now has become an 1n
structor Physlcs IS classlfled as Ken s favor1te subject and he plans
elther to attend college or serve Uncle Sam
BETTY BARTHOLMEO IS well known to the students of Allegheny as
one of our majorettes more recently as head majorette Among her
servlces to the school Betty has served on dance commlttees and held
such OfflC9S as presldent and v1ce pres1dent of her homeroom Short
hand and transcrlptlon are Betty s favorite subjects and after gradu
atlon she mtends to become a secretary Durlng her three years at
Allegheny Betty has been an actlve partxclpant ln lntramural sports
Betty s chlef lnterests outsxde of school are dancmg basketball volley
ball and swlmmmg
DAVID BUTLER Belng sports ed1tor for the Wah Hoo staff kept
Dave busy durmg h1s semor year Even tholgh he was busy attendlng
all sport act1v1t1es he st1ll found txme to be secretary and treasurer
of h1s homeroom He also was a manager for the basketball team
College IS 1n Dave s future plans Dave s frxendly and dellghtful man
ner w1ll be remembered by all those who knew hlm
ROSEMARIE COBAN Rosle an actlve member of the Wah Hoo
staff has been on the honor roll smce she entered Allegheny Bemg a
v1ce presldent of homeroom pres1dent of the College Club and a mem
ber of the Prom Commxttee has taken up much of her tlme Rosle was
Student Counc1l Representatlve for two semesters She plans to go to
college 1n the near future to study teachmg Hlstory IS her favorlte
subject Some of the art1cles you have no doubt read m the year book
have been wr1tten by her
PATRICIA DOMKE Secretary to the faculty were the words used
to descrlbe one of Pat s act1v1t1es when she was lmtxated mto the
Natlonal Honor Soclety Gracious Pat has excelled 1n Commerclal
work She IS always busy assxstlng teachers who need some secretarlal
work done She was a member of the cho1r for four semesters on the
serv1ce squad IH auto drlvers club and m the Chess club She has had
perfect attendance smce she entered A H S lt IS only natural that Pat
wants to be a secretary or a stenographer
MARGIE DUNPHY Margle dxsplayed her outstandxng art talent as art
edltor of the Wah Hoo Staff She also was a member of the Art Club
G1v1ng her help freely she won many frlends All of the art work for
the yearbook was done by Margxe Her experxence at Allegheny w1l1
help her as she plans to study fashlon desxgnlng after graduatxon A
commerclal course was lncluded ln her sublects Margle certalnly
earned her place 1n the Hall of Fame
PAUL FLICKINGER Paul IS most deservtng of belng 1n the Hall of
Fame because of hxs numerous act1v1t1es and excellent scholast1c
record Paul who has a most l1kable personaltty IS a member of the
Nat1onal Honor Soclety presldent of Student Councll cha1rman of the
Pennsylvan1a Student Councxl Convent1on a Wah Hoo Staff member a
malnstay on the sw1mm1ng team and a performer 1n th1s year s var1ety
show One of h1s ach1evements IS an honor scholarsh1p to P1tt He
lntends to take a pre m1n1ster1al course and get a Bachelor of Arts
MARY FUCHS Everyone knows Mary as one of the attractlve major
ettes of A H S Durxng her three years at Allegheny she has been
very act1ve Mary has been a member of the Glrls Leaders Club
Bes1des part1c1pat1ng 1n the lntramural sports she has found tlme to
be on dance comm1ttees and the prom comm1ttee Mary s hObb16S are
danc1ng and sw1mm1ng and more recently she has found a new mterest
1n roller skatlng After graduatlon her amb1t1on IS to become a sec
JAMES FLYNN Popular J1m IS known for h1s wmmng sm1le and h1s
w1ll1ngness to help others Durlng h1s stay at A H S he has been a
very busy student He has held the offlce of homeroom presldent 1n
12B and vtce pres1dent of the Student Councll ln 12A Bes1des belng on
the prom comm1ttee he has belonged to Auto Drlvers Club and Crafts
Club No doubt you know J1m by the contrlbutlon of hrs bass vo1ce 1n
our robed choxr 1n whlch he has spent two semesters H1s plans upon
graduatlon mclude college
RONALD GIALLANARDO Var1ety show band orchestra football
team and presldent of the homeroom accounts for popular Ron bemg
1n the Hall of Fame He has taken part ln many of Allegheny s assem
blles and has vlslted other s hools as well performlng on the trumpet
Of all h1s sublects Engl1sh and HISIOIY are hls favorltes Presxdent
and vlce prestdent held h1s mterest 1n the tenth grade Ron was an
actlve member of both Jumor and Senlor Prom comm1ttees After
graduation he plans to go to college.
MARY ANNE GYURIK Mary has become popular because she always
has a smlle for everyone Durmg her three years stay at Allegheny
she has held the offxces of v1ce presldent and presldent of her home
room vxce presldent of Student Counc1l and secretary of the Semor
class Mary Anne has served on dance commxttees and on the prom
commlttee Besxdes her many other actxvmes she has been a mayor
ette and a member of the Gxrls Leaders and Drama Club After gradu
at1on Mary Anne plans to become a secretary
CECILE GIBSON Cec1le who lS Magaz1ne Edxtor has earned her
place 1n the Hall of Fame through her part1c1pat1on1n Allegheny s
many act1v1t1es She has glven freely of her tlme on the Wah Hoo as
v1ce presldent of her home room and ln programs put on for her fellow
students Ce wxll always be remembered for her frlendly smlle and
wxlllngness to help She was cons1der1ng nurses Irallllllg but has de
c1ded on offlce work wxth the Bell Telephone Company Allegheny w1l1
lose an able and ambmous student when Ceclle leaves
DON HEIN Don certaxnly deserves a place ln the Hall of Fame for
h1S outstand1ng work on the Wah Hoo He has not only achleved the
pos1t1on of Staff Photographer but also that of ASSISIBHI Yearbook
Ed1tor H1s other tlme IS taken up as a member of the stage crew Don
IS also partly responslble for our new darkroom and for the new plc
ture scheme 1n the yearbook After graduauon Don plans to go on to
study photography and hopes someday to become a professlonal pho
JUNE KNUTH June was a very act1ve partlclpant xn Glrls Sports at
Allegheny She was a member of the Glrls Lxfesavmg Club and Trea
surer of Gxrls Leaders She was also amember of Arts 81 Crafts Club
She has been at varlous txmes pres1dent secretary and treasurer of
her homeroom Sports and danclng rank f1rst as her hobbles She gave
unself1sh serv1ce as advertlslng manager of the Wah Hoo She became
a member of the Natlonal Honor Soclety ln her Semor year After grad
uatlon she plans to go to work
YN Be ty qu1 an actxv student n gheny In
h mo ear he be h o 1 o Q y ocxety
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Betty alia X - ea a t m e atten 1 er ac't1v1t1es
an sses She ook t com erclal co 4' e durmg her
three v rs an opes to atten college to stu y educat1o
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at Allegheny he has partlclpated 1n many dlfferent aCIlVlIl6S A few of
these were the prom commxttee boys llfe savmg basketball and col
lege clubs Don also holds h1s own on the swlmmmg team of whlch he
IS captam Holdlng the offlce of presldent of h1s homeroom for two
semesters took up part of h1s tlme Strange as II may seem Don has
spare ume whxch he spends dancmg After graduanon he plans to attend
JOAN LYNCH Never wlthout a smlle for everyone Joan was probably
best known to Alleghemans as one ofour cute and splrlted cheerleaders
For th1s she certamly deserves a place ln the Hall of Fame But her
servxce to the school IS not l1m1ted to boostlng our boys on to vxctory
at the games She xs also a member of our chorus Joan s blg amb1t1on
after graduauon IS to work at the Bell Telephone Company If she con
IIUUCS to do as well as she has done at Allegheny success has a deflnlte
place ln her future
LILLIAN STOECKER Popular and frlendly L11 wxll always be re
membered by everyone Her abxlxty to make frlends and to keep them
has long been proven ln her three years at A H S she has leda
very actlve hfe She was a member of the Natlonal Honor SOCIEIY
varlous Clubs the Servlce Squad and served as an Axd m Mxss Wlllet s
offlce Her wmmng personalxty has added greatly to our class and
VLADIMIR SPOLSKY Vladlmlr held one of the hlghest posltlons ln
the school by belng Presldent of the Senlor Class However Ih1SlS
not the only attamment he has made He was Busmess Manager for the
Wah Hoo Staff and also wrote a column for the Magazme Muslcally
talented Vlad1m1r also was m the orchestra H1s ab1l1ty to play the
pl3nO was shown 1n the Varlety Shows 1n whxch he took part
MARY JANE VlDlNA Another member of the Natlonal Honor SOCICIY
who has won a place 1n the Hall of Fame IS Mary Jane Sewlng and
Typxng club were among her act1v1t1es at Allegheny Bemg elected
Vlce Presldent of the Semor Class proved Mary Jane s popularlty She
was also one of Allegheny s marchxng majorettes at the football games
and pep rallles Mary Jane has taken a commerclal course to prepare
her for a secretarxal posmon
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liam Bucher, President:
Marlene Drascovic, Trea-
surer: Phylis Wolford,
Secretaryg and Glenn Wald-
schmidt, Vice President.
Class of June, I955
1st Row, Left to Right: M. Fuchs, G. Johnson, K. Balsamo, P. Wozniak, E. Hayes, T.
Prohaska, A. Lazarra, M. Milligan, M. Gyurik, J. Knuth, B. Lyons, M. Beatty: 2nd Row:
Mr. Heyne, R. Troxell, M. Winterhalter, C. Idzakovic, D. Vetter, A. Fenrich, M. Dunphy
E. Brunner, C. Martig, P. Flickinger: 3rd Row: S. Zunic, F. Naatz, E. Scott, R. Walker
R. Cirocco, J. Bulevich, H. Boehmig, R. Giallonardog Sponsor: Mr. Heyne
lst Row, Left to Right: N. Ku.fner, M. Phillips, H. Painter, I. Platter, J. Pomrenke, R
Nutter, M. Draskovic, N. Vrane, M. Wholey, A. Snairg 2nd Row: J. Kasten, A. Kluvo, R
Smith, P. Wolford, A. Rodrigues, K. Roehlich, J. Battisti, S. Manolis, G. Waldschmidt
3rd Row: R. Richards, J. Remy, R. Remy, J. Koerts, A. Fowkes, R. Lane, J. Sell, J
Ladabue, D. Shelley: Absent from picture: M. Blackwell, L. Harrison, J. McClelland,
Sponsor: Mr. Hole.
Class of February, I955
Homeroom Officers: Prudy
Henry, Secretary: James
Flynn, Presidentg and Ce-
cile Gibson, Vice Presi-
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lst Row, Left to Right: V. Grimm, N. Bryan, T. Nestler, A. Swegard, H. Jones, B. Rich-
ards, B. Fawcett, L. Vogel, C. Fashion, G. Humphries: 2nd Row: G. Hoffman, E. Pazicky,
A. Shord, W. Lewis, R. Kranys, D. Faller, W. Mrazek, H. Walker, W. Williams: 3rd Row:
G. Harman, A. Marusic, R. Mitchell, E. Sparrow, D. Cogsville, R. Stevenson, J. Thomas,
W. Lazarg Absent from picture: R. Bauer, A. McKinney, B. Kurtz: Sponsor: Miss Messer.
Class of February, I955
Homerooni Officers: Joe Mamich,
Homeroom Officers: William Lewis,
Vice President: Lois Vogel, Secre
tary: Adella Swegard, President,
Willie Williams, President.
Class of June, I955
dent' Patricia Kocian Treasurer lst Row, Left to Right: B. Sattler, M. Dominek, B. Layne, B. Blackburn, R. Cattery, A.
' ' 'C1ady, M. J. Killebrew, M. Flinn, S. Ebert, R. Coban, M. Nawrocki, P. Kociang 2nd Row:
L. Milewski, A. Bauer, O. Robinson, P. Domke, B. Brown, M. J. Vidina, N. Guard, B.
Bartolomeo, J. Ross, C. Bummer, J. Mamich: 3rd Row: D. Hein, D. Butler, C. Holmes,
M. Quince, J. Zugec, D. Sattler, T. Blewett, W. Faith, V. Spoisky, J. Leonard: Absent
from picture: D. Bowman, M. Mance: Sponsor: Miss Heberling.
Vice President: Betty Bartolomeo,
Secretary: Vladimir Spolsky, Presi-
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1st Row, Left to Right: D. Schmidt, C. Williams, E. Chester, I. Grabouski, S. Garlick, D.
Pfeffer, C. Payne, M. Haywood, N. Stambaugh, C. Law, M. Heeseg 2nd Row: Eleanore
Yankovic, L. Jordan, L. Thaler, G. Gehlert, A. Stefanoff, J. DiPrima, J. Kastner, P.
Mittermeir, V. Hare: 3rd Row: H. Danik, H. Wenzel, P. Efthimiades, T. Ivey, R. Ern-
berger, C. Jordan, P. Proza, D. Leathery, R. Lenig, J. Haywoodg Absent from picture: E.
Hartman, P. Jardine: Sponsor: Miss Dickinson.
Homeroom Officers : Charlene
Cizek, Treasurerg Robert Neudor-
fer, President: Dorothy Krulick,
Secretaryg David Corsello, Vice C I a S S J U n e I 9 5 5
C I a S S b Iv u a r I 9 5 Homeroom Officers: William Hoe-
yi 6 gel, Vice President: Carol Sue
1st Row, Left ro Right. N. King, F. Laaarbera, L. chi-isioff, B. Fein, M. Teeis, M. Kirk- giifggeggtlziui?:i'j,iCr
patrick, P. win, N. Jacoby, E. Markovich, M. Mcci-am, A. Koska, A. Mcwiuiams, D. ' ' ' ' '
Kasenic: 2nd Row: S. Grayson, G. Faulkner, G. Bittner, J. Lippert, H. Wach, V. Angell,
T. Rocha, W. Earl, R. McDowell: 3rd Riow:Mr. Floyd, R. Fark, D. Fink, W. Mahofski, K.
Snyder, G. Wade, C. Paoliyva, T. Kennedy: Absent from picture: L. Butler, C. S. Chutko,
J. Hall, W. Hogel, J. Kelly, W. Madara, E. Robson: Sponsor: Mr. Floyd.
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lst Row, Left to Right: S. Kenny, K. Cusack, J. Lynch, S. Mann, G. Frank, F. Guenther, ,,
L. Stoecker, A. Coates, D. Miller, B. Campbellg 2nd Row: J. Pierce, J. Tobasco, B.
Mahler, K. Mourtacos, C. Rice, C. Numer, B. Brown, L. Morgan, M. Adams, B. Favors:
3rd Row: A. Leinweber, E. Huerbin, N. Baehr, C. Lazar, J. Brink, E. Meiser, J. Nich-
olas, R. Short, J. Brincko, R. Wycoff, E. Reing Absent from picture: B. Clark, R. Joest-
leing Sponsor: Miss O'Donnell. H
President: Olive Thomas, Trea
surerg Willie YVIcCants, Vice Presi
C I a S S J u n e , N 9 5 5 dentg and Kenneth Anderson, Sec
Homeroom Officers: William Mar-
shall, Treasurer: Walter Butler, f F b I 9 5 6
Secretary: and Helen Jakubaitis, a S S O e r u a r ,
lst Row, Left to Right: H. Couts, A.Ka1lams, S. Fulton, M. Eisengart, A. Feil, B. Kecks,
J. DeAugustine, P. Kelly, J. Redman: 2nd Row: J. Feitt, R. Minucci, P. Ussack, G. Ben-
'j nett, P. Sarver, R. Grimes, J. Margone, J. Houptg 3rd Row: T. Clifford, J. Geimer, J.
. ., Hpaglnv. R Hnmmnnd. I TaQfrnhcki. A Flisae' Qnnnenr- Mice Niarir-lr
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Homeroom Officers: Seated: Janice
Skinner, Secretary: Standing: Janet
Durst, Vice Presidentg Calvin
Peterka, President, and Lois
1st Row, Left to Right: M. Giovenco, H. Griffith, R. Rouse, M. Carpenter, L. Griffin, G.
lst Row, Left to Right: A. Foertsch, J. Hunter, A. Buchignani, M. Hastings, R. Mooney,
D. Lowe, J. Cunninglharn, C. Askey, A. Skoch, M. Webster, B. Ziegler: 2nd Row: F.
Kruse, R. Marsh, J. Wright, M. Wyllie, L. Hoffman, B. Brennan, M. Windisch, K. Dumin,
J. Durst, M. Pattersong 3rd Row: A. Belansky, W. Caskey, D. Spivey, L. Sauers, D. U1-
rich, J. Greiner, D. Jordan, C. Liptak, D. Kaylor, C. Hand, E. Helgerman, D. Giorgi-
annig Absent from picture: D. Pazicky, C. Peterka, L. Knupfer, J. Sldnner, D. Swart-
worth, B. Vogt, M. Williams: Sponsor: Mr. Kunze.
Homeroom Officers: Lois Duse
Presidentg Doris Eads, '
Gail Barie, Treasurer: and
Ungerman, C. Metzger, B. Jacke, D. Clary, M. Runskig 2nd Row: G. Miller, C. Foreman,
D. Dombert, L. Hill, D. Buchman, J. Karanzas, D. Koerts, B. Meyer, D. Petrackg 3rd
Row: J. Kurtz, G. Iverson, G. Andrews, M. Smith, J. Slat, A. Kline, J. Polaski, J. Hajdu-
kovichg Absent from picture: C. Ashbaugh, G. Barie, L. Dusek, D. Eads, N. Greiner, C.
Ketterer, M. Light, M. Schweitzer, M. Zingaro, H. Lisk, W. Wade, D. Frangos, D. Demasog ' 1
Sponsor: Mrs. Campbell.
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lst Row, Left to Right: J. Lorey, V. Ewing, P. Phillips, K. Benz, M. Kappler, P. Kudery,
R. Backara, L. Wagner, L. Maskayes, R. Kasherg 2nd Row: L. Fuchs, J. Alexander, L.
Meyers, E. Haws, J. Robinson, P. Wyskawski, N. Grillette, J. Dassarg 3rd Row: M.
Lewis, G. Killeen, J. Barr, B. Wackley, T. Russell, W. Vangenewitt, J. Straka, J. Wilson'
Absent from picture: J. Barnes, K. Daly, H. Diaz, V. Eberhart, B. Graty, R. Heckman,
M. Jefferson, G. Pfeifer, M. Rall, E. Shuetz, D. Tharnton, A. Wehner, F. Pappasg Spon- Homeroom Officers: Elizabeth
Sheets, Secretary: Jacqueline
Barnes, Vice President, and Gordon
C I a S f J Pfeifer, Treasurer.
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sor: Mrs. Jeffries.
meroom Officers: President, lst Row, Left to Right: D. Dietz, M. Guarino, R. Miovas, D. Taylor, J. Hurley, M. Metz,
ncv Smithg and Trgagurer Hal-Old C. Romeo, L. Vitoris, J. Exler, E. Humphries, M. Gray, E. Heaton, C. Walshg 2nd Row:
nders. N. Lightower, P. Dombert, J. Jesek, A. Franklin, E. Plummer, A. Sells, R. Riley, P.
Weigand, M. Harper, G. Noel: 3rd Row: G. Titonis, R. Poslik, R. Appel, J. McKinney, J.
K Schmidt, A. Cotsanasn, E. Mikan, J. Alexander, W. Wolvertong Absent from picture: M.
Borland, I. Davidbon, J. Gassner, R. Hintemeyer, M. Katie, H. Sanders, M. Smith, C.
I A 1- L cClellandg Sponsor: Mr. Dickson.
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1st Row, Left to Right: E. Geeting, C. Crawford, I. Jeermeyer, C. Guenther, M. Buerkle,
F. Parson, E. Warrick, E. Johnson, R.Sieg, R. Sinwell, E. Limberis, G. Dunayg 2nd Row:
J. Fette, L. Williams, R. Burke, N. G. Bradford, D. Sutton, E. Kropf, A. Robertson, A.
Wright, L. Zern, B. McClaron, E. Walters: 3rd Row: R. Helbling, R. Coquet, F. Balsamo,
Homeroom Officers: Seated: Eliza- T. Pomiatowski, E. Jeletic, C. Abinante, J. Humphries, T. Carbins, H. Mike, D. Mitchell
beth Andes, Secretaryg Standing: S. Bear: Absent from picture: E. Andes, F. Jackson, R. Katic, B. Weber, C. Williams,
Carol Williams, President: and J. Yedlickag Sponsor: Miss S. Elizabeth McWilliams.
Class of June, I956
James Yedlicka, Vice President.
Class of June, I95
lst Row, Left to Right: W. Mitchell, J. Bouloubasis, H. Stright, R. Bougles, A Spagnoia, Homeroom officers Seated:
R. Woloszyk, R. Kirch, A. Seeke, N. Valeriog 2nd Row: R. Regatuso, C. Mroczkowski, R. Reams' .Secretary Standing:
Wade, E. Daly, G. Harkness, S. Robinson, D. Snyder, M. Wenzel, V. Hiscox, M, Engel, B, FOX' Vice. Presldeml and
Rhodes, A. C . 3 d R0 . . Lenz, President.
arr, I' w. G. Reams, H. Lenz, R. Boscardia, R. Kurtz, J. Kollar, M.
Coates, R. Hunt, B. Riosenberger, C. Altman, C. Heungyeeg 4th Row: D. Vogel, S. Pfeffer
M. Titons, H. Fox, T. Martens, L. Kaminski, J. Shaheaiv, J. Novakovic, G. Rebel, R
Lorey, R. Hanna: Sponsor: Mrs. Sink.
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1stR.ow Left to Ri ht' J Eckhardt J Velicoff, S Brown C Hathaway M Huttenlocher
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Chatella, M. Craig, P. McCalmont, N. Bouris, R. Blackburn, N. Ggeen, D. Porter, G.
Kllantonisg 3rd Row: H. Gilmore, W. Painter, H. Ragin, C. Alston, R. Penland, E. Felling,
F. Castriota, J. Colley, C. Marshall: Sponsor: Mr. Thorne.
Class of February, I95
Homeroom Officers: John Panagio-
tis, President: and Opal Lee Albee,
Homeroom Officers: Joan Gongolsl-ci
President. Edith Lugaila, Vice
Presidentg and Arlene Heif, Secre-
Class of February, l95
lst Row, Left to Right: L. Marshall, A. McClelland, S. Guttman, C. Wolter, M. Karanzas,
P. Grundza, G. Boehmig, O. Patterson, B. Ertl, R. Lang, J. Bucher, L. Smithg 2nd Row:
M. A. Bittner, R. Dlckman, E. Koslk, A. Beck, J. Brown, M. Coffey, L. Moore, J. Mor-
rison, G. Patterson, R. Hagerich, E. Puharicg 3rd Row: J. Novak, W. Varassa, R. Romic,
A. Conti, E. Werner, C. Kosak, R. Holtz, T. Hoburg, P. Smith, A. Yonickg Absent from
picture: O. L. Albee, T. Butler, B. Gralish, J. larussi, D. Johnson, L. Mann, T. Mc-
Mlllen, H. Stright, E. Clay, J. Panogiotisg Sponsor: Miss Myers.
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1st Row, Left to Right: H. Parker, P. Lux, E. Moretsky, W. Robson, B. Jenkins, C.
i x' Smith, R. Tonzo, M. McCarthy, D.Mawrowki, J. Hayson, N. Daniels: 2nd Row: J. Wagner,
W - P. Filkoske, J. Duttine, J. Lee, A. Kruzer, M. Basey, J. Sparrow, B. Zapf, R. Kay, G.
Baierlg 3rd Row: M. Adametz, L.Ivey,A. Vogel, S. Kirk, J. Watson, P. Savoca, W. Pocega,
E. Stager, S. Lindner, J. Schiederg 4th Row: R. Dickson, W. Bush, H. Winter, H. Clark,
T. Tambolis, C. Boelky, J. Fosbring, E. Mathews: Sponsor: Miss Worrell.
Homeroom Officers: Gretchen
Baierl, Secretaryg Margie Adametz,
Vice Presidentg and Lenora Ivey,
Homeroom Officers: Vice Pr
C I a S S J U I1 Q , I 9 5 dent, Clifford McCalmontg Edwa
Ritter, Secretaryg and
lst Row, Left to Right: E. Buechele, W. Kantz, E. Spearline, W. Rodger, S. Geithner, D. Habbert, Treasurer.
Yost, R. Durlerg 2nd Row: H. Path, J. Wagner, L. Williams, N. Drechsel, E. Manuel, L.
Mueller, D. Heinlein, J. Kobet, G.Weideman, M. O'Brien, M. Lesher, S. Coffey, M. Houphg
3rd Row: G. Sevcik, S. Walker, J. Janecek, M. Leaks, E. Ambrose, S. Mizak, R. Mc-
Donough, M. Haws, M. Sadowski, M. Ritterg 4th Row: M. Trimble, C. Louden, R. Adams,
G. Kustes, R. Biegenwald, E. Grohregin, D. Chavarrie, D. Geyer, P. Stone, C. McCal-
montg Absent from picture: D. Habbertg Sponsor: Miss Kraft.
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lst Row, Left to Right: R. Zotter, M. Kealy, G. Helgerman, R. Lemman, C. Newman,
Caine, C. Pullen, H. Edmunds: 2nd Row: R. Dixon, J. Lindsy, M. Keller, V. Laierina, M.
Woollen, R. Meyer, D. Shepperd, R. Reljac, S. Schoenfeld, Y. Webster, S. Graham: 3rd
Row: C. Standfast, C. Laramince, R. Vogt, G. Paulat, R. Gordan, N. Harper, E. Reynolds,
D. Chatham, C. Snyder, J. Carter: 4th Row: G. Volkman, M. Claysmith, J. Morgan, B.
Miller, W. Schiefelbein, P. Steele, D. MacAllister, K. Jacob, A. Romanias, F. Flickingerg Homeroom Officers: Front: Sally
Absent from picture: C. Duncan: Sponsor: Mr. Weckerle. Graham, SSCFGUWYS and
Webster, Treasurer. Rear: Carl
Pullen, President: and Larry Ed-
C I a Ju n e , I 9 5 monds, Vice President.
Homeroom Officers: Seated: Nancy
Ague, Treasurer: Standing: Secre-
tary, Pat Calderarro and John
lst Row, Left to Right: T. Moiras, E. Mzarek, F. Jacob, R. Page, C. Hartman, J. Thomp-
son, D. Neely, E. Foley: 2nd Row: M. Eani, V. Mall, M. Colombo, R. M. Sosiwslci, P.
SCh!I1iii, R. M. Morio, T. Wright, D. Lenhart, R. Boris, M. Nistg 3rd Row: G. Pappert,
E. Belansky, A. Lintelman, J. Dischman, J. Welker, J. Quinn, A. Clyde, R. Thompson,
P. Calperaro, N. Agueg 4th Row: R. Cronin, H. Huerbin, J. Kaiser, M. Romeres, C
-L Stephens, B. Pfeifer, A. Kois, N. Griess, S. Hennon, J. Vrana: Absent from picture: J
Momper, H. Reich, D. Ullman. Sponsor: Miss Davey.
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lst Row, Left to right: M. Trybus, B. Wilson, N. Wilson, E. Karner, G. Georgakakos
. Naatz, S. Lieb. 2nd Row: J. Biel, P. Samuel, P. McClanwahan, R. Poslusney, C. Daley,
. Skowran, T. Dunphy, P. Durst, C. Abijanac, B. Shubeck, N. Schwartz. 3rd Row
A. Fearby, M. Jefferson, M. Overbeckd, R. Huff, F. Warrene, B. Dillingham, M. Bandi,
Homeroom Officers: MargaretTry-
bus, Treasurer: Pat Samuel, Vice
President: Judy Hagele, Secretary,
and James Biel, President.
J. Smalstig, M. Leagle. 4th Row: J. Powell, M. Brown, L. Lubomski, R. Robson, J. Mook,
S. Chmeleski, C. Lynn, L. Krasny, B. Hoff, M. Spearline. Absent from Picture
R. Remaley, J. Edmond, Ft. Shaffer, J. Straub. Sponsor: Miss Griffiths
Class of June, I957
Class of February, I958
lst Row, Left to right: M. McGowan, M. Sailey, P. Herndon, K. Sarver, C. Kaiser,
p ' . 1 . , ' ' V
azicky 2nd Row C Hayes G. Corbine, W. Taylor, G. Miller, G. Toplis, R. Mundy.
Row: F. Klein, W. Williams, J. Conley, H. Garrett, D. Weilersbacher, D. Draskovic.
Row: S. Geithner, G. Foster, A. Baier, L. Miller, H. Leicher. Absent from Picture:
Ambrose, M. Banks, W. Horn, R. Poslusney,J. Wagner, S. Lie0, .E. Manue, L. Stevens,
Trimble, R. Shumacher, E. Bretzine, A. Devert
s, L. Krasny. Sponsor: Miss Messer
Homeroom Officers: Joseph Conley,
President: Lohna Stevens, Secre-
tary, and William Williams, Vice
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1st Row: Left to right: B. Kranys, B. Tetts, M. Haywood, R. Timko, M. Mitchell,
Bukovan. 2nd Row: G. Pelos, R. Strosnider, E. Ricchiuto, J. Harms, P. Loughery,
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A. Romanis. 4th Row: R. La Bella, R.Remaly, J. Cox, S. Smalley, J. KAappeler, C. Hika.
sent from Picture: R. De Woehrel, N. Freiss, M. Noe,
Zapf, A. Zack, l. Smith, V. Beck, K. Jacob. Sponsor:
Homeroom Officers: Shirltey
Mike, Secretaryg Tom
Schmidt, Presidentg and
Joyce Wieczorkowski, Vice
D. Skowran, F. Wade, K. Pullen,
Class of February, I958 '
Homeroom Officers: Vice Presi-
dent, Carl Pulleng Betty Lou Kranys
and Marlene Weston, Secretary.
lst Row, Left to right: D. Wambold, B. Dumin, W. Morris, M. Kaprus, IL
P. Lake, R. Dinkel. 2nd Row: R. Lubitz, J. Quinn, P. Sacoulas, C. Favors, S.
N. Humphries, J. Wieczorkowski, B. Fulton. 3rd Row: B. Heese, R. Hunt, H C
s. ammon, M. Zunic, R. Terle, J. Numer, 4th Row: O. Desch, J. Gange, J.
C. Harrison, T. Schmidt. Absent from Picture: D. Snyder, A. Boles, F. Jacob, R.
l b. Campbell, B. Rosenberger, R. Thompson, B. Pavlinovic, T. Miovas. Sponsor: Mr. Hole
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Student Council Officers:
Mary Anne Gyrick, Vice
President, Paul Flickinger,
Presidentg Thelma Nest-
ler, Secretary, J e r r y
Brincko, Sergeant at Armsg
and Lillian Sto e c ke r,
Treasurer, hold a meeting
to discuss future plans for
the Student Council.
The Student-Faculty Representative Body has been
active this past year. This organization, which composed
council from September of 1954 to January of 1955 set up th
new way of presenting the school flag at the beginning of asse
bly programs. They also undertook the business part of
Winter Musicale, a program given by the band and
to start a fund for repairing band uniforms.
The business art ofthem ster la entitled, "Nine Girl
P Y YPY
which was presented in February, was also undertaken by
The planning of the annual convention ofthe stude
of Western Pennsylvania was begun by the council of
1954 to January, 1955. Even though some of the planning
been done by the previous council, a tremendous amount
work was completed before the convention took place on
The two councils of the past year have been mor
than previous ones, mostly because the students of A
were willing to try new things, and because Allegheny
elected the presiding body of Student Councils of Viester
Every the fifth
period, a Student Council
meeting is held to take
care of all the business of
the student body.
Old business and new business are taken care of during the
weekly meeting of the Student Council
The President of Student Council
Paul Flickinger, points out some
details and the Secretarx Carol
Sue Chutkoi records them while
Lillian Stoecker, Treasurer James
Flynn, and Jerry Brincko Sergeant
at Arms, watches.
Meeting of Members of Convention
Committee, Carol Williams John
Vrana, Vladimir Spolsky and Ron
ald Giallonardo, hold a meeting
under the direction of Nancy Smith
lst Row, Leftto right: W. Lazar, L. Vitus, D. Petrack, M. Patterson, M Haws L Chr1Si0ff,
N. Bouris, R. Minucci, J. Novack. 2nd Row: P. Wolford, J Novakovic, P Schmidt
E. Brunner, E. Kroft, J. Pierce, C. Termino, J. DiPrima, M. Vidma
Flrst Semester Wah Hoo Representatlves
and Service Squad
lst Row, Left to right: B. Mahler, M. Adams, A. Swegard, M. Flinn, D. Schmidt, V. Hare,
Law, H. Jones, C. Williams, J. Tobasco, P. Domke. 2nd Row: P. Henry, A. Leinweber,
Favors, N. Kufner, A. Snair, R. Nutter, A. Coates, L. Stoecker, R. Troxell, J. Lynch,
Coban. 3rd Row: C. Gibson, K. Mourtacas, J. Lazzara, M. Winterhalter, C. Rice,
Efthimiades, D. Corsello, G. Waldeschmidt, R. Stevenson. 4th Row: G. Harman,
Williams, E.Pazicky,J. Thomas, E.Sparrow,J. Zugec, C. Lazar, W. Faith, E. Huerbin
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1st Row, Left to right: E. Kroft, E. Lugalia, P. Schmidt, A. Buchignani, L. Vitus, Houpt,
N. Daniels, S. Guttman, F. Labarbera. 2nd Row: C. Termlno, M. Vidina, J. Ammon,
G. Barie, E. Brunner, J. Lynch, J. DiPrima, J. Houpt.
Second Semester Wah Hoo Representatives
and Service Squad
lst Row, Left to right: S. Kenny, E. Robson, F. Labarbera, O Thomas, P Henry, C
Law, B. Brown, L. Morgan, C. Williams, M. Adams, G. Johnson, J Hayes 2nd Row J
Lynch, R. Coban, J. Hall, J. DeAugustine, C. Rice, B. Feltt, B Favors, M Flxnn R
Troxell, L. Stoecker, J. Lazzara, K. Cusack. 3rd Row: J. Plerce J Tobasco, O Rohm
son, E. Chester, P. Kocian, P. Domke, M. Winterha.lter,D Mlller, J D1Pr1ma, L
Milewski, L. Leinweber. 4th Row: J. Leonard, C. Martig, I. Flymi J Beatty, G Gehlert
K. Mourtacas, R. Minucci, M. Vidina, S. Grayson. 5th Row R Cxrocco, J Bunk, P
Efthimiades, E. Scott, E. Huerbin.
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Lost! Blue Mondaysl
There are no dull, dreary days at A.H.S.
The various clubs are brimming with activity
on this otherwise gloomy day.
Consider, for example, the Cheerleaders
Club. "Pep" is the keyword for success to the
girl who desires to be a school cheerleaker.
Practicing school cheers enables a girl in this
club to fill someday the vacancyleft bya former
The tap-tap-tap of a speeding typewriter
breaks the lull of a Monday. The Typing Club
is designed for the ambitious student wanting
to improve his speed and accuracy.
To make the day "gleeful", the harmonious
voices of boys can be heard in the Glee Club.
"Check-mate". This is a term frequently
used in Chess, the food-for-thought game.
Learners and players of Chess join the club
to use and to sharpen their wits,
Skill counts in the game of basketball. Boys
wanting to develop these skills can do so in the
A student who joins a club of his choice
learns the difference between a drab day and an
enjoyable one. Interesting clubs change the day
from a blue one to a look-forward-to day.
Members of the Typing Club Workhafdjto inwcfeasff
their speed and attain greater accuracy.-u , X
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work that they do.
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These senior irls find Leaders Clubasource of extra Girls in Lifesaving Club receive more instructions in
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boys in Glee Club.
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The Drama Club gals rehea dufing their club Peflod-
Band Club offers extra
hours of practice to
members of the Band,
and these fellows are
taking advantage of it.
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Cross Club look
through one of their
As Friday rolls around many of us look
forward to the fifth period which means clubs
Some of the girls may be going to Sewing Club
where they acquire better sewing skills A few
of these members appeared in a style show pre
sented in our auditorium
A new club which is of special interest to
boys 1S the Photography Club The boys in this
club are developing an interest and skill in
photography Already a darkroom has been 1n
stalled in Practice Room C and equipment will
be added piece by piece
The purpose of the Drama Club 1S to train
students in stage techniques and to present
plays This club has produced two plays for the
student body and has given some training in
A club which is a real help to those who are
college-bound is the College Club. Students be-
longing to this club have gained information and
experience valuable for college life
Another girls -only club is Girls Leaders
which trains its members to be leaders in the
physical education department and throughout
The Chemistry Club is the club for those
interested in experimenting with mixtures -
dangerous and otherwise With all these clubs
to ohoose from it s no wonder we look forward
so much to Friday
Without a doubt, everyone agrees that
A1legheny's orchestra did a splendid job of
performing at all formal assemblies. In
addition to this service, the orchestra also
performed at such functions as its evening
concert, and assisted vocalists and instru-
mentalists in Allegheny's annual variety
show. The orchestra has reached such
popular heights because of enthusiastic
cooperation and outstanding conductorship.
These are but a few reasons why Allegheny
students are proud of their orchestra.
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The robed choir is another asset to
Allegheny's music department. During the
Christmas season their voices were heard
caroling through the halls. The choir sang
for the Rotary Club at Boggs and Buhl'sg
for Fairyland, a project of the North Side
Business Men's Chamber of Commerceg
and for the Y.W.C.A. A group also parti-
cipated in a celebration at the Foster
Memorial. The robed choir is accompanied
on the piano by Maxine Brown.
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One of our most interesting
classes is Speech. Dr. Accetta helps
students correct their speech er-
rors, and he also gives instruction
in making better speeches.
Machine Shop is one of our popular shops at
Allegheny. Mr. Gruber teaches the boys the funda-
mental use of some of the machines such as the
Busy at work becoming better skilled in the
use of the typewriter are some of our students.
This subject is taught by Miss Worrell, Miss
Dickinson, Miss Griffiths, and Mr. Diehl.
These girls are very busy as they work on their
sewing under the guidance of Miss Kraft. They
will later help to balance their budgets by making
their own clothes.
Mathematics is a very important subject to these
seniors. Mr. Floyd, Mr. Kunze, and Miss Bonnell
aid them with their expert teaching. They seem
to be working very hard.
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Whether college or employment is
their future, these students realize
that good English is important to
them. With the help of Miss Messer
and Mr. Accetta they strive to im-
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Heinline, and B. Taylor look over a
"D. E." book.
The distributive education is one of
Allegheny's special training classes. ln
this class students learn retailing and also
purchasing. They are shown the correct
methods of selling and buying. Class time
is spent in practicing the things they learn,
and they also have a job in the afternoon.
Some students are employed by department
stores and others by smaller retail stores.
Correct grooming and pleasant personal-
ities are essential for good salesmanship,
and students learn how to develop these
qualities. The other subjects needed for
graduation are taken up in class too. By
the time a student graduates from his
"D, E." course, he is prepared to continue
working in the same field.
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National Honor Soclet
Front Row New members are Johanna DeAugust1ne, Roberta Nutter, June Knuth Carol Sue Chutko, Pat
rxcta Domke, and Mary Jane Vxdma Back Row Old members are Paul Flickmger, Betty Layne, Albert
Shord, Wxlllam Lazar, Lxlltan Stoecker, Karl Roehltch, and Dolores Shelley
N 'XT ONAL
l N39 SOCIETY
A tea IS held for the new and old
members and thetr parents after
the installatton assembly
The hlghest honor obtalnable at Allegheny lb to be elected a member of the Natlonal Honor
The qual1f1cat1ons are few but hlgh All members must recelve top ratmgs tn Scholarshlp
Leadersh1p Character and Servlce
Scholarshlp lS lmportant for wxthout xt a person cannot atta1n membershlp 1n the Natlonal
Leadersh1p accompanles scholarshlp 1n that a good scholar Wlll set an example for others
to follow He w1ll also lead others outside the classroom
Good Character IS perhaps one of the most virtuous assets a person can have Wlthout II
a person lS nothlng ltlsalsoasteppmg stone to a happter lxfe and a more lnsplrxng leadership
Serv1ce IS a necess1ty 1n everyone s l1fe To glve part of one s tlme lS essenual to becomlng
a good c1t1zen The 1n1t1a1s representlng these four vxtal qualltles S L C S are found on the
seal of the soclety a keystone bearxng the letters and a flamlng torch
The flamxng torch Slgl'llfl6S a llght leadlng to the path of a better l1fe and a broader lntellect
Membershtp to this SOCICIY ns needless to say a real honor and an advantage worth SII'lVlng for
A board of faculty members vote on who shall be admxtted to thxs orgamzatlon lf a person
IS consnstently on the honor roll, he IS automatlcally a candldate, but scholarshxp ns not enough
He must also have the other qualxfyxng tralts Leadershxp, Character, and Servxce to the school
of whlch he IS a member
These qual1t1es are needed to be a good c1t1zen and a member of the Natxonal Honor Socxety
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The Magazine Editors, Cecile Gib-
son and Dolores Shelley, admire a
copy of the Wah Hoo Magazine.
The writing and art staff members are'
A. Rodriques, J. Sell, B. Bucher, D. Shelley,
D. Miller, C. Gibson, M. Dunphy, J. Hayes,
N- Griuetter R- CODHII, M. Giovenco, T.
Knupfefi J- Durst, M. Titoms, J. Yedncka,
rl LaBarbara, C. Chutkn, N.Smith, P, Flick-
Inger, M. Smith, C. Peterka, A. Shord,
E- fit0r1iS, D. Butler, and E. Helgerman.
The business, typing, and photography staff
members are: D. Hein, M.. Flinn, L. Vogel
V. Spolsky, J.Knuth, B. Faith, D. Petrack,
R. Kranys, M. Haywood, S. Mann, J. Lynch
N. Prantl, M. Kirkpatrick, E. Haws, G. Danay
E. Yankovic, M. Nawroclci, N. Booris, and
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and Karl Roehlich, examine last
The Yearbook staff members: Karl Roehlick,
Patricia Mittermeier, Jerry Brincko, Judy
Kasten, Don Hein, Roberta Nutter, and Betty
Layne look over their plans for the Yearbook.
Mernbe-rs of the Yearbook staff do their
various jobs in order to meet the deadlines
set up by the yearbook company.
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take time from playing marches and songs to pose fOr this
Among the many activities at A.H.S, is the
Band and Majorettes. Although they are mostly
noted for their precise playing and marchin
at football games, they do many other things
Besides playing for football games and parades,
the band has held two concerts. The majorettes
also proved to be hard workers. Every Wednes-
day morning is devoted to practicing, The
Can Can and Hernando's Hideaway were two of
their outstanding routines. They are also noted
for their flashy performances at variety shows
and "pep" assemblies. The fine reputation of
these two activities has been brought about by
the hardwork and understanding of two able tea-
chers, Miss M. Rowley and Mr. B. Phillips.
Our high stepping Miilofettes look
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lst Row, Left to right: J. Gange iManagerJ, J. Zugec, W. McCants, W. Lewis, R. Giallonardo, J.
Sell, R. fManagerJ. 2nd Row: T. Ivey, E. Sparrow, R. Lane, J. Leonard, R. Cirrocco, C. Paolino,
D. Cogsville, R. Mitchell, I. Heasley, P. Elphinstone QManagerJ. 3rd Row: D. Kaylor iManagerJ,
J. Slat, C. Daley, J. Yedlicka, G. Wade, G. Stager, H. Gilmore, T. Kemmedy, D. Panagiotis, R.
Smith. 4th Row: A. Spagnola, J. Novak, M. Lewis, R. Reljac, E. Buechele, V. Spolsky, J. Man-
gone, C. Standfast, W. Marshall, S. Bear.
Unknown Allegheny player stops this
play for no gain. Bob Lane and Joe
Zugec come to offer their assistance.
Joe Mamich makes an all important
Cogsville is thrown out of bounds in
Robert Cirocco Donald Cogsville
The high point of Allegheny's grid
season came with a 26-7 victory over
Oliver in its second league game. This
was followed by a 25-7 triumph against
Fifth Avenue which raised the Red and
Blue's hopes for a three way tie in the
Section 2 race.
Since A,H.S, lost its league opener
to a good Perry team 26-13, a triple tie
involving Carrick, Perry, and Allegheny
would have been possible.
Carrick quickly erased the chance
of this, however, as they humbled the
Red Devils 35-0. The league final saw
A. H. S. go down to defeat again as they
were nipped by Langley 7-6.
In pre-season encounters Allegheny
was beaten by Stowe 25-0, McKees
Rocks 12-0 and Clark 27-13.
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First Row, Left to Right: D. Finke, K. Anderson, A
McKinney, W. Hoegel, G. Pfeifer. Second Row: R
Short, A. Fowkes, M. Harper, J. Mamich, R. Lane,
B. Hammond. Absent from Picture: W. McCants
CAGERS FINISH IN THIRD PLACE
Allegheny's basketball team completed the
1954-55 season with a record of ll wins and 7
losses. The Red and Blue broke even in their
exhibition schedule by registering victories
over the Alumni, Washington Vocational, and
Peabody while losing to Butler, W.P.S,D,, and
A. H. S, opened their league schedule with
five straight victories. Allegheny hreezed past
Perry 58-39 and Langley 55-48. In their next
two encounters A, H, S. romped over Allegheny
Vocational 64-24 and Oliver 65-42. Then the
Indians managed to squeeze past South Hills
61-55. Allegheny's only defeat during the first
half came by way of a 53-40 setback by Carrick.
The second half opened with A.H. S. trounc-
ing Perry again 60-34. Langley, however, up-
ended Coach Fehrenbach's boys in a 55-53
thriller. Next the dribblers easily outpointed
Allegheny Vocational 67-43, Then came the
game that ruined Allegheny's title hopes. Meet-
ing a rejuvenated Oliver team, they suffered a
58-49 loss, However, they recovered and rolled
to a decisive 56-40 victory over South Hills,
but returned to their losing ways dropping a
wild 55-40 contest with Carrick,
Kenneth Anderson shows form on
the foul line.
Anderson hits on a jump shot. Joe Mamich dribbles out of the Gordon Pfiefer appears
Swimmers break even
The Allegheny swimming team won five
to post an even record and
and lost five
finish third in the Section ll racethis season.
met with a tough exhibition
were only able to win their
first and last games with Vandergrift and
Butler while losing three very close contests
to Peabody Schenley and Central Catholic
Allegheny opened its league schedule by
whipping Langley 51 24 and followed Wlth a
54 21 vlctory over Carrick South Hills
the section champ trounced Allegheny 47
28 An outstanding feature was the 54 21
lacing the A H S handed Perry This was
only the fourth time in history that Allegheny
defeated Perry in swimming In the final
game Allegheny met one of its great sports
nemesis Oliver and were set back by a
humillatlng 55 20 score
Leathery gets 2. good start in the
50 yard free style ff'
Coach of the swimming
team Mr Bruce Allen.
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D Leathery, Kranys, J Battisti, B. Bauer. 'ew 'W
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SENIOR MEMBERS OF TEAM W XT
1st Row, Left to Rlght J Nlcholas lMa.nagerJ,
M. Qumce, P Fhckmger, F Naatz. 2nd Row: if 5 My
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Chuck Chezosky signals for a curve.
Rain halts the season's opener.
TEAM- First Row, Left to Right: "G, Pfeifer, W. Thomas, "J, Yedlicka, 'M,
Quince, B. Beam, 'J. Straka, 'W. Hoegel, 'B. Hammond. Second Row: R. Cir-
rocco QManagerJ, 'L Zugec, 'R. Short, G. Achilles, C. Clark, J. Koerts, J.
Hulick, C. Chezosky, 'G. Andrews, G. Murlis, V. Spolsky QManagerJ.
'LDenotes players of 1955 Team.
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Scene from tenekiout games.
Girls interested in athletics generally join
leaders club- here are a few of the mem-
bers: P. Wolford, D. Krulick, M. Draskovic,
N. Vrane, J. Knuth, G. Johnson.
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Dr. Bernice Clifton and her seeing
eye dog, Karla, meet some Allegheny
students after the assembly program.
The Student Body enjoyed the interest-
ing and inspiring talk given by Dr.
General Motors and The Fisher
Body Corporation had an assembly
for the young men of A. H.S. lt
showed some of the new ideas for
the automotive field along with de-
tailed description of the famed 'La
Sabre.' All the boys at the assem-
bly were enrolled inthe 1954-1955
model car competition of the Fisher
Pitt and Notre Dame compete
off the field as they hold a
debate on the proposition, 'Re-
solved, That the United States
should institute a strict naval
blockade of Communist China."
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tive, and Pitt had the negative.
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Officers of the February,
1955 class are Edsparrow,
Vice Presidentg Helen
Jones, Secretaryg and Rob-
ert Lane, President.
Mr. Mattern, Prmclpal of
Allegheny, presents award
to Albert Shord tn the
Awards Day Assembly
Rudy Kranys, Jim Battisti,
and Robert Bauer portray A 3 O C
the Andrew Sisters in the
Senior Stunt Day Program.
Officers of the June, 1955
class are Mary Anne Gyu-
rik, Secretaryg Vladimir
Spolsky, Presidentg and
Mary Jane Vidina, Vice
. Vladimir Spolsky, President of June,
1955 Class receives the key to the
School from Robert Lane, President
I Q of February, 1955 Class.
' The Stunt Day King and Queen, with their Court, are
' presented to the 12B Class.
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1109 Federal Street
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520 Foreland Street
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601 Madxson Ave
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KELLAR'S DRY CLEANING
1106 Federal Street
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1106 Federal Street
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232 Marshall Ave
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111 East Ohio Street
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1417 Beaver Avenue
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KR.ASON'S CREDIT JEWELERS
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OUR 35TH YEAR OF SERVICE
LOUIS KUPINA'S SHOE REPAIR
706 East Street
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LACKNER, VINCENT F
KING MERRITT 8: CO
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LAZZARA'S QUALITY MARKET
508 Taylor Avenue
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LIPTAK, CHARLES J
1219 Sprlng Garden Ave
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LOUGHERY, M J
1805 Beaver Ave
LUDWIG FLORAL COMPANY
502 Federal Street
WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS
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MANCHESTER'S 5 10 2515 STORE
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MARGARETS LUNCH COUNTER
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LUNCHES OF ALL KINDS
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601 Taylor Ave.
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1718-1720 Lowrie Street
MIC KEY'S GROCERY STORE
North Side Market House
601 East Ohio Street
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MONAHAN RUG SHOP
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914 Penn Ave.
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NORTH SIDE AUTO BODY
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NORTH SIDE AUTO SERVICE
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BILL NOVOSEL-VOGUE CLEANERS
R. J. ONSLAER WRECKING CO.
600 Allegheny Ave. 33
OSCAR P. MATOUS-OPTICIAN
526 Federal St. Room 610
FINER MEAT PRODUCTS
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1550 Spring Garden Ave.
1300 Federal St.
Pgh. 12, Pa.
PENN BARBER SHOP
2800 Houston Street
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1438 High St.
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POZNIK, STEPHEN J.
926 Spring Garden Ave.
PROFESSIONAL MUSIC SCHOOL
207 East Ohio Street
PUSATERI, THOMAS FOOD MKT.
908 Western Ave.
Allegheny Orchestra performs at the Musicale
RAYMOND SOSINSKI, RADIO SALES
900 Madison Ave.
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SC HATTAUER, THOS.
907 Western Avenue
SC HATZ MAN DRUG STORE
1602 Spring Garden Ave.
REG, JOHN MEAT Kz GROCERIES
COME AND JOIN US ON
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708 East Street
Ce 1 6200
ROHSNER S GROCERY
ROWENES BEAUTY SHOP
801 Madison Ave
Ce 1 0899
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Photographers in taking pictures for
SCHELLHAAS AND SON
SCHLOSSER, A. J. MEATS
NORTH SIDE MARKET HOUSE
SCHUETZ'S CONFECTIONARY STORE
1609 Soring Garden Ave.
1307 Federal St.
SCOTT'S VARIETY STORE
1213 Spring Garden Ave.
SEVENTH STREET MOTOR CO
MERCURY SALES Sz SERVICES
815-17 Seventh Street
1209 Laurel Street
Fa 1 4679
SILVER WALLPAPER 8: PAINT
SKEELS JACK MOTOR
18 Ingram Ave
Wa 1 4800
SNYDER S STORE
SPERANDEO SUNOCO SERVICE
Federal Parkhurst Sta
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805 East Ohio St
SPRING GARDEN BOWLING ALLEYS
A1 1 1859
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A1 1 8144
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A1 1 2709
1202 Federal St
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1204 Federal Street
TOWNSEND BILL MEATS
1354 Goettman Street
VEHRI SUNOCO STA
PE 4 3044
1000 Chateau Street
Ce 1 9344
819 East Street
A1 1 6737
VICTORY FISH MARKET
NORTH SIDE MARKET HOUSE
FA 1 3595
MEATS AND GROCERIES
CE 1 1041
414 Federal Street
Fa 1 5349
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918 East Street
3 Room Outfit S379
WEIMER TIRE CO
CORNER EAST Kc SUISMON ST
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WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO
917 Federal Street
Fa 1 1316
WESTERN SHOE REPAIR
YEAGER, CON COMPANY
SPICES AND CASINGS
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ZELKOVIC, NICKOLAS I
924 East Street
Ce 1 0195
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AHERN, H. R.
AHLERS, WALTER E.
ALBEE, WILLIAM E.
ALCINA AND BILL
ALDERMAN, DR. M. R.
ALEXANDER, MR. GROVER
ALLISON, MISS CORA B.
ALTMEYER, EDDIE 8: RICKY
AMICONE, JOHN J.
ANDERSON, MRS. H. C.
ANDERSON, KENNY, 125
ANNA MAE AND LARRY
AUSTIN AND PEGGY
"B", MR. AND MRS.
BABE AND HANK
BADALI, ANTHONY J.
BADGIS, JEAN 81 STAN
BALSAMO, MR. AND MRS. JAMES
BARB MARTH MARG BARB
VERE DER HAPPY DUTCHMEN 4
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BARTLETT, DR. LESTER L.
THE 5 BEANIES AND WILLIE
BEATTY, MR. 8: MRS.,JOI-IN
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BEATTY, JOHN - 125
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BENTON, MR. AND MRS. DONALD
BENTON, LOIS JUNE 54
BERGMAN, MRS. MARGARET C.
BERNIE 8: DONALD S.
BEST OF LUCK
BETTY AND BONITA,
BETTY AND REX
BETTY, ANN, VELMA, ROSE
BIEL, MR. 8: MRS. JOSEPH AND S
BILL AND ALICE
BILL AND CONNIE
BINGEL, MISS OLGA
BITTNER, HARRY L.
BLUM, MR. AND MRS. T. D.
BOB 1461 Sz CAROLE C532
BOBBY AND ANNA MARIE
BOLTZ, WM. J.
BOOSTER, 29 CHESTNUT ST.
BRAHLER, WALTER--FA 1-0150
BRAUNUM, MR. DEMPSY
BRENNAN, JAMES Cz DOLORES E.
BRENNEUN, HUGH- 1939
TO A FINE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Sz JUDY Sz MARY LOU
BRENNAN, JACK - COMPLIMENTS OF
CLASS OF 1939
BRESCIA, MARIO A.
BRESKOVICH, FRANK A.
BRINK, JIMMY 125
BROSENITCH, MR. Sz MRS. ANDY
BROWN, BETTY JOEANN
BROWN, CARL A.
BROWN, JAMES PVT. U.S.M.C.
BRUNNER, MR. 8: MRS.
CALDERARO, MICHAEL E.
CAMPBELL, MRS. HELEN
CARL AND BETTY
CASSEY, JUNE Sz GAIL
CASSEY MR Sz MRS RALPH
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CHRISTINE, MRS. SOPHIE 8: FAMILY
CHECK 8: PAT '54'
CLARK, MR. RAY
CIROCCO Sz SCOTT CLASS OF '55'
COHEN, MRS. HELEN
COHAN, MARY ANN
CHARLES SMITH 1940
GEORGE SMITH 1948
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FROM CLASS OF 1925
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR GRADUATING
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GSCHWEND, MR.S. EDITH
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HAREM, KING LOUIE'S
HARRY, MARY, BABY NANCY
HAWS, MARGIE AND EVELYN
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JOANNE AND FRITZ
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KENNEDY, MR. ROBERT
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KLUVO, JOSEPH ROSS
KNAUSS, DONALD R.
KONE, MR. AND MRS.
KRAH, MR. AND MRS.
KRAMER, MRS. HELEN J.
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KUFNER, GEORGE JR.
KUFNER, NANCY HELEN
KUNZE, J. F.
LANE, LEE - JUNE "54"
LANG, WILLIAM BILLY
LARRY AND BETTY
LASCHER, A. T.
LAYNE, BETTY AND CHUCKIE
LEACH, MRS. HELEN
LEE AND GERRY "54'
LEONARD, MR. AND MRS. MILTON
LIVINGSTON, JOHN A.
LOCOCO, MR. ANTHONY
LOCOCO, MR. JOSEPH
LOIS AND ED
LORRAINE AND MICKEY
LUCILLE AND ANNA
LUPPINO, MR. AND MRS. JOHN
LYNCH, MR. AND MRS. E. F.
LYNCH, JOAN AND SHIRLEY MANN
LYONS, MRS. BETTY
DAVE - 1949
MARY ALICE, JANICE AND NORMA
MARY AND KENNY NIEDT
MCGANN, MR. AND MRS. PAUL
MCGENNIS, MR. AND MRS. CLAIR
MCDONOUGH, EDWARD J.
MCKENAHAN, NRS. LILLIAN
MCKNIGHT, MR. AND MRS. C.
MCMILLEN, H. AND SON
MEISER, THE FAMILY
METXLER, ROY E.
MICHEL, MR. LOUIS
MINEAR, O. AND FAMILY
MINUCCI, MR. AND MRS. F.
MISENCIK, MR. AND MRS. R. AND JR
MOCK, MR. AND MRS. R.
MOHR, RON AND ANN SCHMIDT
MORROW, DR. STANLEY D.
MOSALLEM, M. J.
MUEHLBAUER, JO AND ANDY
RAMON - CLASS OF 1952
GEORGE - BOB
MYERS, LAURA M.
MYRNA AND SPIKE
NANCY AND LEETY
NANCY'S, FROM AUNT ELSA
NOL AND DAVE - LOIS AND TOM
NORM BAEI-IR AND BOB WOCKLEY
NUMER, MR. AND MRS. CARL
NUMER, MR. AND MRS. WM.
OKLOTA, MR. AND MRS. SIGMUND
OLIVE T. AND FRANK G.
Daring their lunch period students
take advantage of the fresh air and
OLIVER, JAKE AND BILL
O'SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY J.
PACE, WILLIAM A.
PALUMBO, MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH
PAT 8: MILLIE, GOOD LUCK
PEARL AND ED
PEARL AND NORM
PENROSE, MRS. R. C.
PETERSON, HELEN 81 ED
PI-IILLIPPS, MR. AND MRS. A. E.
PIERCE, MRS. IDA M.
PIERCE, MR. AND MRS. W. R.
PIETRUSU, MISS MARY
PLATTER, MR. AND MRS. RAY
PODANY, MR. CHARLES E.
POLITOWSKI, MR. AND MRS. A.
POLLEN, MR. AND MRS. C. 8: JACKIE
POPE, BOBBY Sz ERIC
POPE, KATHY AND BILLY
PRIDDY, MR. LES
PROIE, MR. JAMES
PRUDY, PAUL, 8: STEVE
QUINCE, MR. MICKEY 8: FAMILY
RADACK, RITA "54"
RECE, MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH
RAY AND NATCH
REIDENBACH, LAURA E
REILLY MR PAUL T
RELJAC MRS MICHAEL
R.ICH Sz JOAN OF 123
RICHTER MR AND MRS LOLIS
RITA 8: FREDDIE FOREVER
RITA AND GEORGE
RITCHEY MR AND MRS JAMES E
RODRIGUES MR AND MRS FRANK
ROEHLICH KARL F
ROEHLICH MRS NATALIE
ROGER NICK AND BILL
ROGERS MR AND MRS FRANK
RONNIE 8: JIMMY
ALLEGHENY HIGH SCHOOL
NOTHING BUT THE BEST
ROSA BROWNE 8: LAURA COLES
ROSE ANN 8: BOB
RUTHIE AND DON
SAM KENNY AND TURNER
SAND MR 8: MRS HAROLD J
SAUNDERS MR AND MRS ROLAND
SCHAFFER MRS ALVINA
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SCHIEFELBEIN MR AND MRS
SCHMITT, MR. AND MRS.PI-IIL
SCHOENIG, MRS. EMMA
SCHWEIGER, MR., AND MRS. JOHN
SEVCIK MR AND MRS FRANK
SHANNON JIM BETTY JOANN
SHELLY, GEORGE W
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WAYNE 8: JO ANN
WEIDENHOF, MR EDMOND
WENZEL MR HARRY G
WENZEL HARRY AND ROBERT
WENZEL, WILMA A
WERL MR AND MRS GEORGE
WERNER MR 81 MRS CARLA
WIEGAND, MRS RICHARD
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WILLIANB WILLIE JOHNELL
WOCIGJEY, BILL JUNE 47
WOCKLEY, PVT HARRY J 5
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WRIGHT THERESA COMPLIMENTS
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We want to thank all faculty
members and students who have
contrlbuted of thelr nme and
effort to make th1s yearbook
POSSIDIG Our smcere grautude
IS extended to all those who had
a part ln deve1op1ng our year
book from the theme Books
The 1955 Yearbook Staff
WOZNIAK THE FAMILY
YAROMEY MR AND MRS
YAROMEY MR JOSEPH
YOLANDA MARLENE MICKEY 54
YOUNG MR AND MRS MASON
YURETICH RUDY AND NAOMI
ZAK MR AND MRS AL
ZEIS MR WILLIAM
ZIG AL CHARLIE GEORGE
ZUNIC JOSEPH J 81 FAMILY
ZUNIC MARLENE A
ZUTTS N C 55
Yearbook Edltor Karl Roehllch
Assocxates Judlth Kasten
Jerome Brlnko Don Hem
Advert1s1ng June Knuth
Busmess Vlad1m1r Spolsky
Sports Edltor Davld Butler
Art Edltor Margaret Dunphy
C1rcul.1t1on Manager Margaret Flmn
Photography Rudy Kranys
Typlng Lois Vogel Mlldred lwawrockl
Elean wr X 1 POVIC Evelen Robson
Shlrley Mann Mary Haywood
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