Allegheny High School - Wah Hoo Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1957
Page 1 of 128
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1957 volume:
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Not too many moons ago we entered the wigwam of Allegheny High
School as lOB papooses.
We were turned loose on the fertile field of education. Some of us pur-
sued the primaries of a higher education, others the preparation for a iob
or for marriage.
Our very first ceremony was the Get Acquainted Dance. This marked the
beginning of many heap-good ceremonies and traditions. A favorite one
was the football games. Here we found an outlet for our spirit by beating
out tom-toms and cheering the Indians on to victory after victory.
Many of us ioined the organized "tribes" which serve our school. Some
banded together to give the school entertainment in the form of assemblies,
dances and publications of the school magazine, the Wah Hoo. Through all
of these activities we have enriched our personalities and have made life-
Now that it has come time for us to leave, we have made this book to
record all our memorable experiences at Allegheny. We feel it is these ex-
periences which will make the outside world a truly "happy hunting ground."
We have chosen an lndian to carry out the theme of our book this year
because he has iust become our new mascot. To us, our lndian chief is the
spirit of all the truly good things we have shared in our three happy years
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Mr. Mattern seems to be busy as he looks over a few
My congratulations and best wishes to you the l957 grad-
uates of Allegheny. It is my wish that the years ahead hold
for each one of you success, health and happiness, along
with the feeling of accomplishment that comes when a iob
is well done. Most of you have been at Allegheny three
years. The foundations you have laid and the friendships you
have made should prove valuable to you in the years that
are ahead. Your graduation marks a milestone in your edu-
cational advancement. However, we continue to learn each
day that we live. You should now go forward in life and
continue to build for yourselves a life that has meaning and
purpose. Opportunities for higher education are available
to you through the great universities and colleges located
in our city. Evening school programs are offered for those
who wish to learn while they earn.
We call attention, with pride, to our alumni and their ac-
complishments. As you join that group remember our school
motto, "Prorsum et 5ursum."
When you young people came to Allegheny three years
ago we were pleased to hear from your previous schools
that you were a good group with which to work. You have
lived up to that reputation.
You are becoming alumni of a school which has, since its
beginning, stood for the development of the most essential
educational ingredients necessary for successful careers.
These ingredients are good scholarship, leadership, service,
and character. lt would seem to me that you would be quite
proud to ioin an association of such spirits as Mary Roberts
Rinehart, Judge Harry Montgomery, Judge Ralph Smith,
Judge William H. McNaugher, Judge Joseph A. Richardson,
and Judge Walter Smart. In the entertainment world Alle-
gheny is proud of Walt Framer, Hal Davis, and Baron Elliott.
ln education Dwight Morrow, Miss Marie Saul, Miss Isabel
Epley, Mr. Hamilton Lyon, Dr. John Schaefer began their
careers at Allegheny. In medicine, athletics, or whatever the
category of occupation, graduates of Allegheny have
l want to extend my best wishes to each of you as you
ioin this splendid group of Allegheny alumni. Have faith in
yourself, in your family, in your school, in your community, in
your state and nation and, in your daily work and make the
world better for having lived in it.
Mr. Isenburg is reading an important message in his
A noted philosopher once remarked that work should be a
pleasure To me that statement is certainly true when it con
cerns working with the students of Allegheny High School,
particularly the seniors. The senior class ofa high school often
must work with the faculty to plan the activities and establish
the rapport of the school. At Allegheny, l have experienced
some of the most pleasant days of my life as a teacher, be-
cause here many of the seniors are cooperative and self-
sacrificing in order to bring to reality the ideals symbolized
by the high school seal.
One of the cardinal principles of American education is
the teaching of good citizenship through the democratic pro-
cess. ln directing the activities of Allegheny High School, l
have occasion to mark the students' growth in learning this
process as they move from the sophomore through the sen-
ior year. Allegheny seniors are a credit to their parents and
to their school, and l am certain will continue to prove their
worth in the careers they have chosen.
Mr. Accetta plans for an assembly in his office.
Miss Willetts works in deep thought in her oftice.
Congratulations to you, the seniors, for having completed
your secondary school education. This accomplishment sets
you apart and gives you an advantage for your future life
which only about half of your age group will have. Many
doors of opportunity in vocations will be open to you by the
use ot the key of your diploma. May you have great success
in the field of your choice, whichever door you decide to
Not only will your diploma help you to be a successful
lite, but your position in the world of work will also help fu-
ture Allegheny pupils to have more success. As you prove
worthy in your jobs, you establish a reputation for Allegheny
graduates and make it ever more possible for Allegheny
students to take positions of importance. Best wishes to you
all for success and happiness.
Mr. Gllbert Mr. Hughes
Mr. Allen Mrs. Leonard
Miss Van Dyke
Mrs. Rodgers Mr. Floyd
Mr. Weckerle Miss Messer
Miss Davey Miss Solomon
Mr, Hole Mr. Heyhe
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TEACHERS' PICTURES MISSING
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Class officers of 428 are Betty Lou Kranys, Vice-presi-
dent, Katherine Swoboda, Secretary, James Quinn,
ROOM 428-Back Row: Gus Pelos, Eugene Krepley, James Gange,
Owen Desch, Joe Soranno, Tom Schmidt, Fletcher Wade, Charles Schlarp,
Harry Garrett, James Quinn, Ronald Timko, George Toplis. Middle Row:
Regina Dinkel, Joyce Wieczarkowski, Shirley Mike, Norma Humphries, Mar-
lene Weston, Barbara Teets, Betty Lou Shubeck, Eileen Ricchiuto, Rita Stros-
nider, Barbara Heese, Helen Cerny, Betty Lou Kranys, Katherine Swoboda.
Absent from picture: James Wehner, lrma Smith, Margaret Noe, Willie
Richardson, Betty Dumin.
12B Room 301
ROOM 301-Top Row: R. McKenzie, G. Cash, J. Cox, M. McGowan, M.
12B Room 428
Class oHicers of 301 are Joseph Conley, Vice-president
Patricia Loughery, Secretary, Cecile Hayes, President
Miovas, S. Lindner, A. Deverts, L. Miller, J. Bouloubasis, R. Mundy. Middle - J-
Row: M. Kaprus, L. Stevens, M. Mitchell, C. Hayes, J. Kelley, C. Kaiser, P.
Loughery, V. Beck, J. Harms, R. Hunt, E. Breizin. Bottom Row: J. Shaheen,
D. Weilersbacher, C. Hika, J. Conley, J. Kappeler, D. Draskovic, F. Klein.
Absent from piclure: A. Baier, D. Bukovan, M. Haywood, P. Herndon, R.
Zielinski, M. Zunic.
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ROOM 229-Bollom Row: D. Hermann, B. Hulme, T. Kraniak, W. Lersch,
Middle Row: l. Silverman, D. Ridenour, M. Manolis, P. Renner, D. Tambolas,
J. Hildenbrond, M. Kleinhampl, S. Hullihen, M. Griffiths, M. Kreisel, H.
Koehler, J. Johnson. Top Row: D. Hein, R. Eyring, S. Sheflick, M. Clap-
perlon, P. Bowe, J. Ivey, L. Morgan, R. Foster, J. Oklolc, J. Jezak, E. Leagle,
M. Rodrigues, P. Baunrofh, K. Drop, J. Henry.
Class officers of 229 are Marie Rodrigues, President:
Mary Ann Kreisel, Treasurer: Joyce Oklola, Secretary,
Ronald Foster, Vice-presidenl.
11A Room 223
S.Wydrenski, G. Schmidt, J. Ohrman, R. lvanic, K. Henderson, F. Grabowski.
11A Room 229
ROOM 223-Top Row: T. Angell, A. Jones, R. Bickel, P. Sacoulas, A.
Kerschner, J. Dinler, D. Bohn, M. Kriebel, M. Kleebonk, R. A. Clapperton, G.
Domberf, J. Bakunas, F. DeAugusfine, S. Muhhews, W. Caskey. Middle
Row: G. Pirl, M. Judge, J. Goyke, H. Graham, M. Weigand, J. Deflbaugh,
L. Villanueva, F. Wheeler, N. Waters, B. Brown, J. Jackene, F. Palmer, G.
Olech. Bollom Row: R. Eifler, L. Welker, L. Behm, C. Romanias, R. Schmidl,
N. Stevenson, C. Crain, R. Siefferl, J. Yedlicka. Absent from pictures:
D. Bowman, D. Hoegel, C. Reilly, J. Biggam, S. Duly.
Class officers of 223 are Clifford H. Crain, Vice-presi-
dent: Dauphin Bohn, Secretary: Don Hoegel, President.
llA Room 406
Class officers of 429 are Pal Miller, President, Charlene
Slemenda, Vice-presidentp June Kalaba, Secretary,
Joan Capan, Treasurer.
ROOM 429-Top Row: Loretta Blum, Sue Faulkner, Carol Hastings, Char-
lene Slemenda, Leanna Finch, Marian Szurdyga, June Kalaba, Sandra Wil-
liams, Mary Jane Wislick, Patricia Miller, Gerry Lensford, Linda Wiedeman,
Anna Kalas, Eileen Rice, Margaret Omelite. Middle Row: Anna Marie
Kropf, Mary Ann Alexander, Audry Spagnolo, Sarah Carpenter, Mary
Webster, Wanda Weinschroeder, Claire Pfeiffer, Anita Mroczkowski, Mar-
garet Deverts, Margaret Hergenroeder, Joanne Kappler, Florence Wehner,
James Harrington. Bottom Row: Rudolph Williams, John Verbish, William
Warnick, Robert Wenzel, Frank Hoffman, Jack Schneider, Ray Platter, Carl
Boucheck, Charles Coney, Regis Yonick.
ROOM 406--Top Row: W. Cash, N. Freese, M. Krance, V. Mahofski, G.
Sernick, E. Soika, P. Altmeyer, V. Morris, A. Schneider, R. Novak, O. Hum
phries, J. Kelly, A. Wade, T. Fader. Middle Row: K. Morgan, Z. Bouris, S.
lache, P. Prachf, B. Sewell, D. Crisp, M. Rimkus, M. Davidson, J. Hubick, M.
Russell, S. Berbach, I. Grohregin, J. Keller, R. Kalic. Bofiom Row: R. Flack,
R. Mehok, A. Mitchell, W. White, H. Joneikis, R. Armslrong, J. McKinney, R.
Class oliicers of 406 are Alice Schneider, Secrelary
Vicki Mahofski, President: Margaret Krance, Vice
11A Room 429
llB Room 123
Class olticers of l25 are John Woodson, Vice-presi-
dent: Pat Volkman, Secretary: Grace Grossman, Wah
ROOM 'I25-Top Row: Mary Ydreos, Robert McWilliams, Richard
Vrane, Clarence Miller, Richard Grayson, Richard Baron, John Woodson,
Dock Gandy, Otis Wesley, Erble Moore, Norma Ketterle. Middle Row:
Grace Grossman, Mary Abinati, Kathleen Schmidt, Carole Strosnider, Pat
Volkman, Ruth Kent, LaVerne Ernberger, Betty Hellico, Dorothy Coombs,
Julia Andes, Joan McClelland, Katherine Montgomery. Bottom Row: Ber-
nard Swegman, Matthew Guarino, Robert Klickinger, Danny Rowda, Richard
Stepp, Clifton Held.
ROOM 123-Top Row: Leo Bryant, James Troxell, Eugene Miller,
Charles McDermott, Alex Efremenko, Diane MacFarlane, Patricia Grander-
son, Mary Caine, Charles Bartholemew, Gene Griftin, Ronald McCelland,
Daniel Powell, Richard Hunt. Bottom Row: Patricia Mayhugh, Katherine
Anestis, Alma Kent, Aspasia Christodoulou, Sharon Kaprus,Patricia Flickinger,
Eleanor Pace, Margaret Womboldt, Millie Hasko, Darlene Slonaker, Mary
Rose Sando, Jackie Abiianic.
Class officers ot 123 are Charles McDermott, Secretary
Patricia Granderson, President, Rose Karanzas, Vice
11B Room 125
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kins, William Schmidt, Clarence Schafer, Eileen Beatty, Mary Louise Biern-
stein, Janet Baierl, Irene Henderson, Francis Patterson, Shirley Wilks, John
Buckner, Vincent Mazza, George McKee, Bernard Stein, Andrew Weber.
Middle Row: Janet Kinnan, Joanne Kappeler, Ramona Brammer, Josephine
Valerio, Edna Elsesser, Maxine Heard, Patricia Wray, Marilyn Favers,
Madeline Davis, Janet Busch, Teresa Mroczkowski, Alberta Clapperton.
Bottom Row: Richard Kello, Rudolph Kocian, Joseph Snyder, Robert Gee-
ting, James Greene, Joseph Loverti, Parks Ossman, Fred Amiccne, Jan
Class officers of 128 are Andrew Weber, President: Jo
Valerio, Secretary: Eileen Beatty, Vice-president.
10A Room 124
ROOM 'l2B-Top Row: Lawrence Pridgen, William Luftey, James Hop-
10A Room 128
ROOM 124-Top Row: Geraldine Exler, Diana Zebo, Eleanor Bungarda,
Joann Schoeppner, Janice Maurer, Virginia Ussack, Mary Gardner, Joanne
Harper, Barbara Mclntyre, Carolyn Starcher, Mary Ann Sucky, Katina Mos-
kayes. Middle Row: Nancy Goncar, Judy Walsh, Gwendolyn Davis, Diane
Renner, Linda Eggers, Betty Beatty, Loretta Altvater, Joyce Wolcott, Sandra
Hefright, Harvene Klingman, Penny Bouris. Bottom Row: Bill Craven, Don-
ald Novak, Daniel Holecy, Frank Rodrigues, Dennis Clady, Thomas Law-
rence, Elmer Gassner, Fred Auguslyniak. Absent from picture: Alice Ber-
ger, Leonard Blackwell, Robert Braun, Shirley Kalbaugh, Patricia Pope,
Gerald Repcheck, Samuel Smith, Helene Weiss.
Class officers of l24 are Fred Augustyniak, Vice-presi-
dent: Sandra He-fright, President, Penny Bouris, Secre-
10A Room 222
Class olticers of 331 are William Ilginfritz, Vice-presi
dent: Jean Pavlis, President, Lois Medinger, Secretary,
Josephine Cowley, Treasurer.
ROOM 331-Top Row: Jerome Beck, William llgenfritz, Peter Mclean,
Darrell Bryant, June Wukoson, Bernice Gartner, Jean Pavlis, Ted Barch,
Gerald Roper, Anthony Maihan, William Prescott. Middle Row: Loraine
Weismantle, Sandra McCulloch, Muriorie Sommers, Judith Camp, Lois Med-
inger, Carole Gibson, Helen Erlewein, Roberta Henke, Arlene Karner,
Beverlie Blackwell, Janet Abbott. Bottom Row: Frank Yurkovich, Lawrence
Filkoski, Cliftord Quigley, Ronald Briskey, Keith Thomson.
ROOM 222-Top Row: Clinton McKernan, Raymond Porter, Arvids
Bisers, .lane Hibler, Roberta Pryar, Linda Miner, Loretta Steinmetz, Rosemary
Brammer, Janet Fabry, Eileen Day, Charles Beck, Richard Gerst, Edward
Horn. Middle Row: Pat McCreight, Marlene Favers, Ruth Heimberger, Lois
Andre, Nedra Nutter, Janice Webster, Pat Coe, Hazel Engel, Barbara
Prescott, Lynn Richter, Florence Young, Anna Marie Seminelli. Bottom Row:
Bill Lukitsch, Dale Bailey, Richard Gunniers, John Soltsick, Lawrence McClain,
Robert Servatius, Jack Butler, Donald Karanzas.
Class officers of 222 are Larry McClain, Vice-president
Lynn Richter, Secretary: Jack Butler, President.
IOA Room 331
ROOM 424-Top Row: Ronald Gomerick, Leonard Boras, Fern Stacklin,
Arlene Frederick, Nancy Ewing, Mary Hester, Gertrude Corbett, Barbara
Misiak, Judy Armbruster, Patricia Urschler, Ken Smith, Dave Head. Middle
Row: Sondra Baughman, Evelyn Belansky, Katherine Petritis, Evalyn Reif,
Pct Robinson, Carol Wockenfuss, Dorothy Sadowski, Marilyn Bastl, Joan
Waldschmidt, Bessie Brown, Barbara Cunningham, Dolores Martin, Pat
K Kader. Bottom Row: Howard Bain, John Chiocca, Anthony Tuminello,
Howard Ebert, Clyde Stone, Anthony Szewczyk, James Mook, Charles
Class officers of 424 are Howard Ebert, President,
Barbara Cunningham, Secretary, Leonard Boras, Vice-
lOA Room 401
10A Room 424
ROOM 40l-Top Row: Harry Ruckel, Frank Briifner, Frances Gibson,
Jean Spehar, Mary Manos, Mary Mitchell, Carole McGrath, Mary Ann
Boelky, Joan Wiegand, Adelia Wieczorkowski, Steve Zorich, Joseph Crusan.
Middle Row: John Flinner, Zeralda Conaway, Kathleen Hoffman, Doroihy
Stewart, lvageanne Erskine, Irene Kilanionis, .lanei Wozniak, Elaine Hayes,
Donna Stevens, Geraldine Reynolds, Susan Cerny, Susanne Allen, Gary
Barnes. Bottom Row: Thomas McGregor, Gregory Perez, Richard Wade,
Ronald Reich, John Thompson, Daniel Smith, Edward Jesek, Slanley Behon.
Class ofTicers of 401 are Dan Smilh, Vice-presiden!
Mary Manor, Presidenh lvageanne Erskine, Secretary
ROOM 227-Top Row: M. Kopps, N. Russell, S. Fochiman, J. Cruscn, R
Harrington. Middle Row: B. Terle, M. Coppler, M. Casio, B. Altvuter, B
Dorsett, J. Ober. Botiom Row: M. Timcho, M. Morris, W. DeSilvey, B
Hamilton, K. Wurnich, M. Kamolich.
Class OFFicers of 227 are: M. Timcho, Treasurer, B.
Hamilton, Secretary, W. Desilvey, Presdenly M. R. Mor-
ris, Vice-Presidenfp K. Wornich, Wah Hoo Represeni-
10B Room 124
10B Room 227
ROOM 124-Top Row: G. Joneikis, R. Briffner, M. Adams, G. Clifford,
D. Dorben, G. Stoll. Middle Row: R. Bivins, H. Campbell, M. Watson, R.
Weaver, M. Sells, S. Wasulewski, l.. Mann. Bollom Row: A. Polovich, M.
Davidson, J. Giorgianni, H. Kernats, R. Cosvello, J. Bundick, J. Nemetz, J
Class officers of I24 are: R. Costello, Vine-President
H. Kernats, Treasurer, M. Davidson, Slamp Collector
J. Bundick, Secretory, J. Giorgianni, Wah Hoo Repre-
10B Room 309
Class Officers are: S. Christodoulou, Vice-Presidenh R.
Srepp, Treasurer, and V. Mcmich, Treasurer.
ROOM 428-Top Row: E. Websfer, C. Fuller, W. Thomas, H. Sfrofhers
A. Blake. Middle Row: D. Kudrey, B. Bowman, C. Kelly, F. Pegues, A. Exler
and D. Wood. Boitom Row: B. Murphy, S. Chrislodoulou, R. Sfepp, V
Mumich, M. Wilson, und J. Cunningham.
ROOM 309-Top Row: H. Rein, J. Kubecka, M. Penn, W. Peterson, E.
Liptak. Middle Row: T. Smith, B. Kearney, P. Anderson, P. Seelnacht, J.
Graviano, W. Christ. Bottom Row: D. Cummins, P. Mullen, H. Clary, M.
Turopolec, R. Smith, C. Earl.
Class officers of 309 ore: M. Turopolec, President: C
Earl, Secretary, P. Mullen, Treasurer, H. Clary, Vice-
Presidentp R. Smith, Wah Hoo Representative.
10B Room 428
FOOTBALL SQUAD-Top Row: C. Senft, F. Wade, D. Bryant, W. Lukitsch, C. Crain, E. Moore, C. Schlarp, R. Gerst, R. Mehok, E.
Jesek, J. Yedlicka, T. Angell, R. Durler. Middle Row: H. Garrett, A. Mitchell, D. Draskovic, J. Marak, A. Spagnolo, C. Daley, C.
Standfast, O. Wesley, J. Cox, R. Wenzel, Mr. Allen. Bottom Row: J. Caine, R. Wade, R. Romick, J. Novak, T. Tuminello, D. Johnson,
J. Soranno, J. Welker, G. McKee, F. Augustyniak.
Allegheny's two coaches, Chuck Senft and Mr. Allen, look
over a play.
Allegheny started its 1957 season off with o bang by de-
feating Stowe, 20-6. With high spirits, the Allen men gave
Duquesne a scare, but were edged out, i9-6. The next
game, Clairton, was the roughest of the season, but the ex-
perience paid off in later games. By this time everyone was
talking about the lndian's possibilities for taking section
championship. The first league game found Allegheny the
victors over Fifth, 6-O. The lndians were in top condition for
the big game that followed-the Carrick game. Allegheny
fought and played as it never had before, knowing that
this game would determine the champion of Section ll, but
the clock seemed to be in Carrick's favor. A field goal in
the last three minutes ended the game with the score
Carrick 21-A. H. S. l9. Not discouraged by this unfor-
tunate turn of events, the lndians proceeded to scalp Lang-
ley. Perry, spirited by a tie with Carrick, was out to defeat
us, but A. H. S. romped to a 39-O victory. Oliver also proved
to be an easy mark and was defeated, 27-O. With a league
record of four wins and one loss, Allegheny took second
place in Section Il ending a triumphant season.
Duquesne l 9
Carrick 2 l
Coleman Daley Eugene Sfager
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Allegheny's basketball coach, Mr.
Fehrenbach, shows a play on the
blackboard to his players.
Allegheny North Catholic
Allegheny Wash. Vocational
Allegheny All. Vocational
Allegheny South Hills
Allegheny All. Vocational
BASKETBALL TEAM - Top Row:
Mr. Fehrenbach, Don Hoegel, Lewis
Miller, George Georgakakos, Flet-
cher Wade, Darrel Bryant, Mr. Diehl.
Bottom Row: Erble Moore, James
Biel, Thomas Schmidt, Otis Wesley,
The Allegheny Indians opened the I 957 season successfully with a 55-52
victory over Westinghouse here at Allegheny. In the second game of the
season, the Indians succumbed to North Catholic 65-44. Washington Voca-
tional proved an easy opponent for the Indians. Never having a chance,
Washington went down to a 48-32 defeat. The Highlanders of Peabody
made even Allegheny's exhibition record with a 65-41 victory. The Indians
ended the exhibition season with a 68-48 loss to Rankin. This gave Alle-
gheny a 2-3 record for their pre-league schedule.
The Indians opened the league season with a victory over Langley, fol-
lowed by another victory over Allegheny Vocational. The Oliver Bears
made the record 2-I. A loss to Carrick followed by victories over Perry
and South Hills enabled the Indians to finish the first half with a 4-2 record.
Three straight victories over Langley, Allegheny Vocational, and Perry
made the season slate stand at 7-2 and all eyes were trained on first
place. But Oliver, Carrick, and South Hills had the same idea and the
Indians finished up with a 7-5 record and fourth place.
Otis Wesley, Tom Schmidt, and Erble Moore.
SWIMMING TEAM--First Row: K. Thomson, A. Mitchell. Second Row: C. Crain, C. Quigley, D. Smith, T. Tuminello. Board: J. For-
rester, R. Hanna, T. Angell, R. Foster, R. Yonick, J. Quinn, A. Yonick.
Richard Hanna gets ready to dive.
Waiting for the starting signal, Al Yonick is ready to dive.
Allegheny 32 Peabody 44
Allegheny 44 Allderdice 36
Allegheny 58 Connelley I 9
Allegheny 39 Butler 37
Allegheny 26 Central 5l
Allegheny 3l South Hills 46
Allegheny 45 Perry 3 I
Allegheny 36 Oliver 4 I
Allegheny 34 Langley 43
Allegheny 44 Carrick 32
This year, the mermen ended with a six and four record.
The Red 8. Blue opened their season with Peabody on Janu-
ary 4, winning the diving but losing the meet. The score was
Peabody 42, Allegheny 32. After this the Allegheny Indians,
with revenge in their minds, outswam Allderdice 44-26, and
Connelley 58-I9. With these victories, the Allen boys went
to Butler. The Red 8. Blue clashed off to a 22-5 lead after
the first three heats, but Butler was strong and the Allegheny
mermen had a hard time acquiring further points. The end
of the meet with diving included showed a final score of
A. H. S. 39, Butler 37. Then Central came calling and left us
in a daze by defeating A. H. S., 5l-26. The exhibition
schedule closed with a record of three and two.
The opening league meet with Oliver took the spark from
the Allen boys as they bowed with a score of 4l-36. The
Indians came back to life and won over the Perry Commo-
dores, 46-30. Carrick and Langley both bowed to Allegheny
with scores of 44-32, and 50-34. Allegheny's winning streak
was broken when they again bowed to South Hills, 46-3l,
for the final meet.
ALLEGI-tENY'S BASEBALL TEAM-Top Row: W. Schiefelbein, R. Zotter, W. Lersch, G. Perez. Middle Row: Coach Fehrenbach,
C. Daley, P. Steele, J. Caine, and T. McGregor. Bottom Row: L. Miller, J. Yedlicka, C. Taormina, D. Hoegel, J. Soranno, and E.
The final deadline for this yearbook comes before the
opening of the i957 baseball season. lt is therefore impos-
sible for us to have the season record and a write-up for
the baseball season. We would like to wish the baseball
team a successful year. The team pictured is the probable
team that will represent Allegheny in its coming season.
GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL TEAM: J. Harms, J. Wieczor-
kowski, N. Humphries, E. Ricchiuto, M. Weston, P. Loughery, and K. Swoboda.
GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP TENEQUOIT TEAM'-Top
Row: M. L. Houpt. Middle Row: N. Ague, and N. Griess.
Bottom: R. Moria, J. Janecek, A. Lintelman, and G.
A quick pass sets up a scoring play in this game of
Everyone has possession of the ring in a tenequoit game.
One of the ways that girls earn the points for their letter
"A" in Allegheny High School is by intramural sports. The
sports are as follows: basketball, volleyball, softball and
tenequoit. Girls from all classes take part, and play against
teams from their own grade. When a tournament is in ses-
sion, you will usually find the girls playing in the gym after
school and in the morning.
The two teachers who are the head of these sports are
Miss Flynn and Miss Ramsey. They do their part by staying
with the girls until the games are played, These two teachers
deserve a great deal of credit for the wonderful part they
play in the girls' sports section of Allegheny High School.
Points are rated as follows: If two teams play, the winner
receives IO points, the loser 5 points. If a team wins the
championship, it gets 30 points. When an individual reaches
300 points, she is eligible for a chenille "A", Extra points
can be obtained by being a referee, manager of the team,
and a point manager or a score keeper. The girls find out
that this gives them points faster and easier.
If you ever stop in the gym after school or in the mornings
when a league game is in session, you will find the girls not
only busily playing ball, but they are also having loads of
YEARBOOK STAFF-The layout, the art work, and the business management ofthe yearbook is carried out by
The mid-term members of Quill and Scroll are, Patricia
Grundza, Charlotte Schlurp, and Sylvia Guttman.
Patricia Grundza, Associate Editor, John Vrana, Edi-
tor: and Maria Kellar, Associate Editor, pause from
their work for a picture.
WAH H00 STAFF-The writing and artistic talents of these people are combined in order to publish three
issues of the Wah Hoo in ca semester.
Sylvia Guttman, February Editor of
the Wah Hoo, proofreads some copy.
Agnes Vogel, June Editor ofthe Wah
Hoo, informally listens to one of the
writers reading an assignment.
WAH H00 REPRESENTATIVES-ln order to sell our magazine and yearboo
devote much time.
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This organization is our student representative body that discusses our school problems
Student Council ofticers are: Gail
Kustes, Treasurer: Gretchen Baierl,
Secretary, Craig Marshall, Presi-
dent: John Yedlicka, Vice-President:
and Donald Hoegel, Sergeant-ab
National Honor Society Officers are:
Geraldine Boehmig, Treasurer:
Craig Marshall, President, Judy Ha-
gele, Secretoryg and Charlotte
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Scholarship, leadership, character,and service are the qualifications neces
sary for these students to become members ofthe National Honor Society.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLASS
These students are trained in the
business and retail world and work
port-time during the school week.
The Distributive Education class offi-
cers are: Top, Edward Karner, Treas-
urer, Edward Mrazek, Vice-Presi-
dent, Bottom, Robert Remaly, Se:-
retaryp Theresa Wright, President.
BAND - Allegheny's fine band
marches at all football games and
supports our school at pep assemblies.
TENNIS CLUB-Girls showing ath-
letic ability in tennis participate in
team rivalry through Tennis Club.
ART CLUB - Developing artistic
skills into fine talent is the iob of the
VISUAL AIDS-This group operates
the motion picture machines that the
teachers use to instruct students by
BIOLOGY CLUB-The Biology Club
studies plant life and other biological
ORCHESTRA-The excelieni music
that is played of ali of our assemblies
is conducted by Allegheny's orches-
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ing girls who con'f swim ihe art of
swimming is The iob of non-swimmers
CHOIR-Singing of Chrisfmos time
us well as other occasions, members
of ihe choir show their vocal icilenis.
DRAMA CLUB-The plays that we
see in our auditorium are put on by
our able Drama Clubi
SERVICE SQUAD-The job of the
"eager beavers" of our Service
Squad is to keep order in our halls.
GIRLS LEADERS CLUB-Teaching
our girls the correct meaning of
sportsmanship and developing their
athletic ability is the iob of Girls
DANCING CLUB-The Dancing Club
shows its uspironts the correct meth-
ods of doncing and good manners of
AUTO DRIVERS-Learning correct
driving habits ond methods is the skill
that is taught by Auto Drivers Club.
CONDITIONING CLUB - Getting
our boys ready for cl rough football
seoson is the iob of Allegheny's Con-
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for c movne un our audntorlum IS one
of the dunes of our stage crew
COLLEGE CLUB Prepcrung some of
our flnesf sfudenls for college IS the
iob of our College Club
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CLASS CF JANUARY-57
The Senior Class Officers of January, 1957, lalk over a school maifer informally. Sealed: John Novak, Vice-
Presideniy Craig Marshall, President, and Edward Feiling, Secreiary.
The Graduating Class of January, 1957, has completed its three year
stay at Allegheny. The students of this class have had many good times to-
gether. Friendships have been formed that will last for a long time to come,
but there are always friends who part on Commencement Day and do not
meet again for many years.
After graduation everyone goes his own way into the working world,
marriage, or college. They will all, at one time or another look back on
their high school days and remember all the work and fun they had while
in school. The many activities in which the class participated, such as spon-
soring dances, class picnics, and parties, will be pleasant memories on
which to reflect.
Among our many memories will be cheering our team to victory at the
football games, basketball games, and swimming meets, and the fun of
the hayrides in the fall. The nights of our Junior and Senior Proms will stand
out among our happy thoughts of school days. These proms were very im-
portant to us and something to which we looked forward with great
Stunt day was one day we could return to our earlier childhood days.
We had a lot of fun making plans for our childish costumes and the program
we put on for the Senior B's. This day was a day of fun, but the following
day, Senior Day, was a day for seriousness. All were a bit sad at the
thought of leaving our school friends and becoming alumni of Allegheny.
Our attire for Senior Day was very different from our Stunt Day costumes.
We were dressed as young ladies and gentlemen about to enter into a
future that was something new for us.
Commencement Day arrived and with it our last connection as students
at Allegheny High School. We proudly wore our caps and gowns as we
went to receive our diplomas. This day was the saddest day we had to
face during our three years at Allegheny. This meant parting from our
classmates for an indefinite time, and perhaps it was farewell forever.
Now we have also joined the long list of students that have passed
through Allegheny and are alumni.
ALICE RUTH ADOMAlTIS is a cute
and friendly president of her senior
home room. She is known for always
helping out with the Dance and Prom
Committees. As her favorite and most
enioyable classes Alice chooses sew-
ing and cooking. After she graduates,
Alice plans to make a career as a
RONALD EDWARD BLACKBURN
is recognized by everyone for his win-
ning of the Industrial Arts Award for
Allegheny High. He also was selected
for the Glee Club. Ronald enioys
mechanical drawing and history as his
favorite subjects. Ronald plans to
enter college after he graduates.
NICK LOUIS BOURIS is a member
of National Honor Society. Participa-
ting in College Club, Social Dancing
Club, and Chess Club, he has become
well known. Nick enioys all of his sub-
iects. He is a member ofthe Wah Hoo
and Yearbook Staffs. He plans to at-
tend college after graduation.
SUSAN VIOLA BROWN is a mem-
ber of National Honor Society. She is
on Service Squad and serves as one
of the office secretaries. Susan is very
active in girls sports. She likes English
and commercial courses very much.
After graduation she plans to enter
OPAL LEE ALBEE was a member of
Maiorettes in her tenth and eleventh
years at Allegheny. She even become
head moiorette. Opal Lee worked on
many of the Senior Dance Committees.
After graduation she plans to further
her education and possibly attend
GERALDINE L. BOEHMIG is a mem-
ber of National Honor Society and her
favorite subiects are chemistry, geom-
etry, and shorthand. Gerry is a mem-
ber of the Social Dancing Club. She
works after school at Boggs and
Buhls. She plans to enter the secretar-
ial field after graduation.
JACQUELINE BROWN "Jackie," as
she is known by all, is one of our quiet
but well liked students. She enioys
English and history, but sewing, cook-
ing and child care were .lackie's fav-
orites. .lackie has decided upon a
career in selling preferably in one of
Pittsburgh's finer department stores.
JOANNE LAURA BUCHER is a
member of National Honor Society.
She belonged to the .lunior Historians
and Dancing Clubs. Joanie is also
treasurer of her home room. After
school her time is taken up at Mc-
Crorys. She likes speech and short-
hand and plans to further her secre-
AUDREY ELIZABETH BURDEN will
long be remembered for her fine work
in the Wah Hoo skits and her partici-
pation in our fine fashion shows. She
enioys sewing and typing. We are
sure that Audrey will do a fine iob in
her chosen career, saleswork. She has
the ability to work with people won-
JOHN GEORGE COOLEY is one of
the helpful members of the stage
crew, without whom we could never
put on our assemblies. John likes alge-
bra and mechanical drawing. He be-
longs to Chess Club and Dancing Club.
He would like to be an electrician's
apprentice after graduation.
DOROTHY MARIE DIETZ is one of
the quiet students at Allegheny but
has many friends. As her favorite
classes, she chooses sewing and gym
above all others. When graduation
day posses Dot plans to be employed
in the business world.
PAUL JOSEPH ELIAS is a friend of
many of the students at Allegheny.
He likes speech class above all other
subiects. He has participated in many
student plays and enioys acting very
much. After graduation, Paul is bound
for the Armed Forces.
HELEN CHATELLA is one of Alle-
gheny's Distributive Education stu-
dents. Helen participates in the Red
Cross and Girls' Life Saving Clubs.
Outside of school she was chosen
president of the Sodality Society of
her church. After graduation she plans
to continue working at Kaufmanns
RUTH EVELYN DICKMAN has been
on the Wah Hoo News Stal? for four
semesters and is a member of the So-
cial Dancing Club. As her favorite
subiects, Ruthie lists shorthand and
typing. After graduation she plans to
enter the business world as a stenog-
JUDITH MIRIAM ECKHARDT is
one of our Distributive Education stu-
dents, and like so many of our stu-
dents, Iikes D. E. above all other sub-
iects. She has been kept busy with
outside activities. She sings in her
church choir and works in a depart-
BARBARA ELLEN ERTL is very well
known at Allegheny. She belonged to
Cheerleaders Club in the l0th grade
and many others in the l lth and l2th
grades. She likes skating and horse
back riding for her favorite hobbies.
MARJORIE KARANZAS, better
known to her classmates as Marge,
likes history and English as her favor-
ite subiects. She is a member of Danc-
ing Club and has been a home room
officer for two semesters. She plans
to get married when she graduates
from high school.
MARTIN KLEEBANK is truly a Ger-
man scholar at Allegheny. He likes
German better than any of his other
subiects. He is always at the head of
his German Class and can speak the
language like a native. He enioys
Social Dancing Club very much.
CHARLES GLENN KOZAK is al-
ways known for having his friendly
little jokes. With Chuck near, you can
always be sure of having a good
time. He likes history and biology and
plans to go on to the business world.
PATRICIA LOUISE LAMBERT en-
ioys speech class very much. She was
in the Variety Show for two years
and a member of Service Squad.
Outside of school she is an active
member of the Progressive Pitts. Her
interests are music and dancing.
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GUS KILANTONIS is truly a fellow
to have loads of fun with at Alle-
gheny. His main interest is in the
Armed Forces. After graduation he
plans to enlist immediately. Gus likes
wood shop and machine shop more
than any other subiects.
EVELYN MARIE KOSIK is one of
our Robed Choir members, and she
also belongs to the Social Dancing
club. She likes English and choir as her
best subiects. She has maiored in a
commercial course at Allegheny. Ev-
elyn wants to be a stenographer after
GEORGEANN C. KREPLEY is a
member of Girls Leaders Club. She
likes English and math better than any
other courses. She has had the best
attendance in the school during her
stay at Allegheny. After graduation
she plans to get married.
ROSE LANG is one of Allegheny's
fine cheerleaders. She belongs to
Dancing Club and has been secretary
of her home room in her l2A semester.
Rose has chosen office practice as her
favorite subject. After graduation she
would like to be a secretary.
EDWARD FEILING is one of our
quiet, but one of our most friendly
students. He was elected home room
president in the tenth grade. Ed lists
history and marching band as his fa-
vorite subiects. After graduation he
plans to enter the Navy and then get
a iob with the Pennsylvania Game
IDA RUTH GSCHWEND has been
vice-president of her home room in
the lith and l2th grades. She par-
ticipates in Girls' Life Saving Club,
Sewing Club, and Student Council.
like most of the girls, she plans to be
a secretary after she graduates from
Allegheny High School.
ROBERT HAGERICH, better known
as Bob, entered Distributive Education
in the twelfth grade. During his stay
at Allegheny, he belonged to the
Marching Band and Auto Drivers Club.
After graduation Bob plans to make
a career in the Armed Forces.
ELMA TERESA HILTON is an active
member in girls sports and was a very
quiet girl with many friends. She en-
ioys typing and shorthand and the
other commercial courses that she has.
With this type of education, she
should have no trouble in getting a
position in an office.
PATRICIA HOPE GRUNDZA be-
longs to the Cheerleaders, Wah Hoo,
Yearbook, Dance Committees, Junior
and Senior Prom Committees, Drama
Club, and Social Dancing Club. She
is a member of National Honor So-
ciety. She has been a home room offi-
cer for three semesters and is college
SYLVIA CAROL GUTTMAN, better
known as Syl, is always doing some-
thing for someone. She belongs to
Drama Club, College Club, and Social
Dancing Club. She is Editor of the
Wah Hoo and a member of National
Honor Society. She has worked on
many Dance Committees and plans to
be a secretary after graduation.
JAMES JOSEPH HARVEY is one of
our post-graduate students who has
decided to come back to school and
Hnish his education. He likes English
and history better than his other sub-
iects. The reason for this part of his
education is so he can attend college
after he graduates.
DENNIS E. JOHNSON is a member
of our football team and belongs to
Sports lecture Club. He enioys most
of his classes, but he is outstanding in
consumers education and speech.
Dennis plans to get a construction iob
after he graduates from Allegheny
JOHN DINO PANAGIOTIS has par-
ticipated in many activities while here
at Allegheny. He was on our Football
Team and Swimming Team. Belonging
to Drama Club, Sports Lecture Club,
and Social Dancing Club are also
some of his accomplishments. After
Dino graduates, he plans to attend
classes at the University of Pittsburgh.
DAVID PORTER is the boy that al-
ways has o smile. Many subiects ap-
peal to him, but he feels mechanical
drawing and math are his favorite
ones. Dave sees a future for himself
in the Navy. He is planning on im-
mediate enlistment after graduation.
ROY ROMICK was a member of our
football squad in his senior year and
really did a good iob of it. He be-
longed to Sports Lecture Club and
has been a Wah Hoo Representative
for two semesters in his senior year.
After graduation, it is the Army for
RAYMOND PENLAND is very
friendly and is known for his partici-
pation in Dancing Club. His athletic
ability has been shown on the Swim-
ming Team in his senior year. Algebra
and physics rank very high on his list
of favorite subiects. He plans to work
his way through college.
NANCY ANN REDDICK is very ac-
tive in sports and has been on several
dance committees. Nancy's favorite
subiects are sewing and gym. As she
was a well-liked member of the Sew-
ing Club she became president in her
senior year. She plans to enter into a
career of homemaking.
CHARLOTTE A. SCHLARP is a
member of National Honor Society
and works onthe Wah Hoo and Year-
book Staffs. She belongs to Dancing
Club and is president of her senior
home room. She enioys shorthand and
speech very much and will be a sec-
retary after graduation.
HARRY J. LAUER is the second of
the two post-graduates who are at-
tending Allegheny. He is very friendly
and has made most of the students
think that he is actually one of them.
He likes English and is going to attend
college after graduation. ,
LOIS ESTELL MARSHALL is very
active in Choir. Lois has been busy
with her activities, she was on many
of the Dance Committees and belongs
to Drama Club and Choir Club. After
she graduates, Lois plans to go into
the secretarial fleld.
AUDREY PATRICIA McCLELLAND,
better known as Pat, is a member of
the Robed Choir, and she has partici-
pated ln many of the girls' sports
which are held after school. She en-
ioys shorthand and transcription as
her favorite sublects.
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CRAIG MARSHALL is the most
friendly person in Allegheny. He is
President of Student Council, Home
Room Officer, Senior Class President,
and President of National Honor So-
ciety. With all this executlve ability,
we hope he makes a fine executive
for a big flrm someday.
PATRICIA ANNE McCALMONT is
known for belonging to Band Club,
being Wah Hoo Representative and
class president In her sophomore year.
The sublects that rank high on her list
are shorthand and typing. The future
is very clear to Pat. She sees herself
ln a iob with the Bell Telephone
JOHN H. NOVAK was chosen by
his Senior Class as Vice President. He
is active in many things here at Alle-
gheny. He was named Most Valuable
Player for the Football Team and ls a
member of the Advertising Staff of
the Wah Hoo. He intends to go to
college in Pittsburgh after graduation.
LILLIAN M. SMITH is one of our
Distributive Education students and
enioys her classes very much. History
and foods rate high with Lill as her
best subiects. Lill belongs to the Girls'
Life Saving Club and participates in
all of the activities that the food
JUNE ANN VELICOFF is known
throughout school for her cheerful at-
titude. She sang in the Variety Show,
and is active in the Drama Club.
Spanish, shorthand and transcription
are ranked high in June's list of favor-
ite subiects. A career of stenography
and marriage are in June's mind for
CAROL ANN WOLTER is a member
of the Sewing Club, and sewing has
become her favorite subiect. Carol
also lists office practice, swimming
and math as other subiects she pre-
ferred. After she graduates, she is
planning on marriage.
WILLIAM RONALD VARASSE was
one of the friendliest students at Alle-
gheny High. He enioys math and con-
sumers education very much. He works
after school, so he can receive enough
money to pay his way through college
and take up the fleld of business ad-
PATRICIA L. WHITE is vice-pres-
ident of the Sewing Club, and treas-
urer of her home room. She still finds
time to act on Dance Committees and
take part in intramural sports. Pat
feels the subiects which will help her
most in becoming a telephone oper-
ator are English and math review.
ALBERT YONICK, better known to
his friends as Al is one of the many
"greats" on our swimming team. AI
also is on the basketball team and
belongs to the Basketball Club. He
was chosen by his classmates to be
president of his home room in IOB.
Al is planning on enlisting in the
THEME-"l'M GLAD TO BE AN AMERICAN
Selection Allegheny High School Orchestra
The Star Spangled Banner Class and Audience
Invocation Rev. John Henry Ward
Ohio Street Simpson Methodist Church
Welcome Craig Marshall
Opportunities of Being an American Charlotte Schlarp
Privileges of Being an American Nicholas Bouris
Responsibilities of Bein an American Joanne Bucher
"Praise To the Lord" Joachim Neander
Senior Choral Group
Ronald Blackburn Lois Marshall
Jacqueline Brown Audry McClelland
Ruth Dickman John Novak
Henrietta Grilliith John Panagiotis
Evelyn Kosik Francis Wunderlin
Accompanist-Maxine Brown, June '57
Presentation of Class to Board of Education Roy T. Mattern
Principal, Allegheny High School
Presentation of Diplomas Marie A. Saul
Associate Superintendent in Charge of Elementary Education
Allegheny Hymn Class and Audience
America Class and Audience
HALL OF FAME
NICHOLAS LOUIS BOURIS
Friendly Nick is certainly an asset to our Yearbook and Wah Hoo as Pho-
tography Editor. Without him we certainly could never have gotten such
wonderful pictures. Nick is also a member of the National Honor Society.
He enioys every activity in which he takes part and could choose no favor-
ites. Nick belongs to several clubs: the College Club, Chess Club, and Social
Dancing Club. Nick has a great future in store for him when he graduates,
for he is going to go right into college.
"Ruthie" as she is called by all of her friends is a person with a warm and
friendly personality. Ruthie is kept busy with her many activities, but enioys
most and spends her time working on the Wah Hoo and Yearbook staff.
As she is a member of both the magazine and Yearbook staff, Ruthie has
rightfully deserved her place in the Hall of Fame for her hard work and
enthusiasm and unselfishness to the school and to her classmates. When she
graduates, Ruth is looking forward to going into the Business World as a
Pat, one of our energetic cheerleaders, is very active on the Wah Hoo and
in clubs. Social Dancing, Junior Historian and Drama Club claim much of
Pat's time. Pat is well liked and admired by her many friends. She is a
member of the National Honor Society. Pat loves to dance and takes an
interest in all the dances at A.H.S. She is a chairman of the Senior Prom
Committee. Pat's plans are very definite for the future, she plans to work
for Peoples First National Bank and Trust Company as an operator of a
SYLVIA CAROL GUTTMAN
"Syl" is known and well liked by everyone at Allegheny. Her many activi-
ties keep her busy at all times. She was chosen as Editor of the Wah Hoo
for her ability as a fine writer. She is a member of the National Honor
Society. "Syl" belongs to many of Allegheny's clubs: the College Club and
Social Dancing Club. But her favorite club is Drama Club, in which she faith-
fully participates in many of A.H.S.'s plays. Syl has helped on all of the
Dance Committees and was a grand help on the Junior and Senior Prom
Dance Committees. When graduation day has passed, we will find Sylvia
working for the Equitable Assurance Company as a stenographer.
CRAIG ALAN MARSHALL
Friendly and popular Craig is known by all. He was elected Student Council
President in his senior year. He also was chosen by his fellow seniors as
president of his Senior A Class. Craig is a prominent member of the Na-
tional Honor Society. The Basketball team is proud to include Craig as a
member of the team. He is often chosen to make speeches at other high
schools and he is always sure to bring home to Allegheny many new friends.
Craig also belongs to AIlegheny's Clubs. College and Dancing Clubs are
his favorites. After Craig graduates, he is looking forward to attending
JOHN H. NOVAK
John will be long remembered for his smile and good humor. He is kept
busy at all times with his many activities. John is vice-president of the senior
class, a member of our football team and is also a member of the stage
crew. John is on our Swimming Team and belongs to our Robed Choir.
During his years at Allegheny, John has been chosen by his home room as
vice-president, secretary and Wah Hoo representative. He also belongs to
the Advertising Staff of Yearbook. John is planning to attend college after
JOHN "DlNO" PANAGIOTIS
"Dino" has earned his place in the Hall of Fame for his hard work and the
earnestness of his work. "Dino" is friendly as well as helpful. He has served
as President of Student Council and Wah Hoo Representative of his home
room. "Dino" is a real asset to our football and swimming teams. Aside
from these many activities, Dino also belongs to a few of Allegheny's clubs:
Drama, Choir, and Sports Lecture Clubs. The future will be bright with
knowledge for "Dino" as he plans to enter college.
CHARLOTTE A. SCHLARP
Char has been in many activities while attending Allegheny and enioys all
of these activities. She has been chosen as president, vice-president, stamp
salesman and the Wah Hoo representative of her home room during her se-
mesters at Allegheny. Char is a member of the National Honor Society. She
participates in all of the girls' intramural sports. She is on the Senior Prom
Committee and was a member of the Junior Prom Committee last year.
She is also on the Yearbook and Wah Hoo Staffs as a typist. In Charlotte's
future we predict only success, for it's impossible for anything else. Char-
lotte plans on going into secretarial work.
CLASS 0F JUNE-57
Class officers of June, 1957, informally talk over school mailers. Seated
left fo right are: James Biel, Presidenfp Phyllis Schmilf, Vice-Presidenly and
Maria Kellar, Secretary.
The accomplishments of the Graduating Class of June, 1957 are many.
ln this message the Yearbook staff would like to thank this class for all the
help it has given the staff to publish this book. This graduating class is a
large class consisting of 170 students. Many of the boys in our class have
brought honor to the school by showing outstanding ability in sports. The
entire student body showed its excellent school spirit by attending all of
the student events in correct fashion.
It is a great honor to be one person in a large class like this one. Even
though this class is large, you can get acquainted with all of your classmates
easily. These students have formed the warmest friendships with, each other
that could possibly be formed. Some of the students in Allegheny have been
friends of one another since grade school. It is with this thought that we
hope that graduation will not disturb these pleasant acquaintances. The
twelfth year of education or the last year of formal education for many of
the students has seemed to have passed much too quickly. As we sit back
and think of the football games, basketball games, the swimming meets,
the baseball games, the dances, the Variety Show, the prom, commence-
ment, and finally graduation, the warmest of memories are recalled in our
minds. We sincerely wish that this final year of our education would not
have ended so soon.
On the following pages will be seen the pictures and some written ma-
terial on all of our classmates. Following that section will be the classmates
that we honored the most and would like you to remember above all
others. This is our Hall of Fame. We sincerely hope that you will read and
remember the write-ups that we have given your friends. We could have
written a great deal more about each person, but the time element and
the cost of production limit us. We would like each person to keep and
cherish this yearbook a long time after he receives it. For this reason, the
yearbook staff takes much pleasure in dedicating the following portion of
this yearbook to the Graduating Class of June, l'-757.
CAROL DOROTHY ABIJANAC en-
ioys typing, shorthand, transcription,
and office practice. These should be
very useful to her, as she plans to be
a stenographer. During her years at
Allegheny she has been one of our
Marching Maiorettes and a member
of Drama Club. She also has been a
home room officer.
ROSE MARIE ADAMS wants to be
a telephone operator or a nurse after
she leaves Allegheny. While at Alle-
gheny, Rose has been Cl consistant
member of the Sewing Club. Clothing
and chorus are her best classes. She
has been on Dance Committees and
Election Boards during election time.
CAROL JEAN ALTMAN is one of
the quieter seniors, but nevertheless
she participates in several school ac-
tivities. Carol has been Stamp Rep-
resentative of her home room for
several semesters and a member of
the Sewing Club. She lists clothing,
typing, and biology as her better
MARIE BELLE BANDI has a great
deal of creative ability. Her talents
were put to use in Art Club and on
Decorating Committees for dances.
She also is a member of the Adver-
tising Staff ofthe Wah Hoo and Year-
book, and a member of College Club.
She would like to be a nurse after
MARGIE M. ADAMETZ has always
enioyed all sports, and is an active
member of the Girls' Leaders Club.
She especially likes typing and speech
classes. Margie has been both vice-
president and locker inspector of her
home room during her three years at
Allegheny. She plans to become o
comptometer operator after grad-
NANCY LEE AGUE is one of Miss
WiIIett's better secretaries during the
seventh period. She excells in the
commercial field which is the basis for
her work with Miss Willetts. She plans
to be a secretary after graduation.
GRETCHEN J. BAIERL works hard
in and out of school. She holds offices
not only in National Honor Society
and Student Council but also in most
of the clubs to which she belongs.
Gretchen is an active member of the
Wah Hoo and Yearbook Staff. She
worked on Dance Committees and
Prom Committees. Gretchen plans to
enter a Teacher's College after grad-
PATRICIA A. BAUERLE'S friendli-
ness will long be remembered as one
of her outstanding characteristics by
all of her classmates. Cooking, sew-
ing, and transcription lead her list of
favorite subiects. These will no doubt
be of extreme value to her in her
future, as she plans to become a
ELAINE H. BELANSKY-Versitile
Elaine is always busy. Besides being
vice-president of her home room, she
is also secretary of Art Club to which
she has belonged for two years.
Elaine is on Service Squad, the Junior
and Senior Prom Committees and a
member of the Advertising Staff of
both Wah Hoo and Yearbook. Her
plans after graduation include nurs-
ing or stenographic work.
JAMES H. BIEL-Jim has partici-
pated in many activities during his
stay at Allegheny. He is a basketball
and baseball star, business manager
of the Wah Hoo and Yearbook, pres-
ident of his homeroom for two years,
and vice-president for one year, a
member of the Senior Prom Commit-
tee, and a member of Dance Com-
mittees. Jim is college bound after
ROSEMARY JOANN BORAS-
Rosemary is active in every phase of
school life including Student Council,
Wah Hoo skits and many clubs. She
is Advertising Manager of both the
Wah Hoo and Yearbook Staff. Rose-
mary is also a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society. Her versatility
and warm personality have gained
her many friends. Rosemary may go
on to college after graduation.
WALTER BUSCH-Walter is one of
our quieter seniors, but nevertheless
he has left an impression in every-
one's mind. Walter's favorite subiects
are Spanish and English. Walter is
very active in gym, and after school
he could be found at Cowley Recre-
ation Center. He plans after school
to enlist in the Air Force.
RITA MAY BIEGENWALD-Rita is
a member of the Wah Hoo staff, as
well as a member of the Service
Squad. She enioys sports and is a
member of the Girls' Leaders Club.
Rita also participates in the girls' in-
tramural tournaments. She lists short-
hand and transcription as her favorite
subiects. Rita plans to become a ste-
nographer after graduation.
CHARLES F. BOELKY-Chuck plans
to enter the service after graduation.
Chuck is a member of Drama Club
and Chess Club and has also taken a
part in programs for the Y.M.C.A. He
enioys chemistry, machine shop, and
FRIEDA MAXINE BROWN-Versa-
tile Maxine is very well known at
Allegheny. She is one of our spirited
cheerleaders and the talented ac-
companist of the Choir. She belongs
to Drama Club, Leaders' Club, and
was elected to National Honor Society
in i lA. After she graduates, she plans
to attend a noteworthy music school
to prepare for a career as a concert
JOHN 0. CAIN is noted for his a-
bility to play basketball. John also
is a member of the Choir and Sports
Lecture Club. He lists his favorite sub-
jects as gym, Spanish, and history.
John will always be remembered for
his wonderful personality. John plans
to enlist in the Marines.
PATRICIA LOUISE CALDERARO
has made many friends with her cute
smile and pleasing personality. She
became head maiorette in the elev-
enth grade and a member of Malar-
ettes Club in tenth. Pat is a member of
the typing stat? for both Wah Hoo
and Yearbook. She has participated
in three Variety Shows.
STANLEY JOSEPH CHMELEWSKI
can usually be found at the Troy Hill
Recreation Center after school and
during the rest of his spare time.
History, crafts, and gym are among
his favorite classes. He is one of our
high scoring basketball players.
Stan's plans are to ioin the Army after
MARGARET C. CLAYSMITH is
wherever you see the Cheerleaders.
She was one of Allegheny's vivacious
Cheerleaders. Besides cheering our
boys to victory and enioying dancing,
she is head typist for the Wah Hoo
and Yearbook. A member of Leaders
Club, Drama Club, and Service Squad
keeps her very busy.
MARY LOUISE COATES is one of
our high-stepping maiorettes and an
active member of Girls' Leaders Club.
She has been a Wah Hoo Represent-
ative for her home room and a mem-
ber of Student Council for two semes-
ters. After graduation she plans to
DEANNA MAE CHATHAM is al-
ways smiling. She is a member of the
Junior Prom Committee and belongs
to Allegheny's Sewing Club. Deanna
is also her home room's Stamp Sales-
man for one year. She lists biology,
typing, sewing and chorus as her fav-
orite subiects. Deanna spent her sen-
ior year in Distributive Education.
HARRY F. CLARK has been on the
Service Squad during his senior year
and has served as Savings Stamp
Salesman for two semesters. Harry
lists biology as his best subiect and
was a member of Allegheny's Auto
Drivers Club. He was president of his
Junior Achievement group and plans
to enter the Service.
SHIRLEY COFFEY is one girl who
always has a ready smile for every-
one. She belongs to both Social Danc-
ing Club and Secretarial Club. Shirley
lists typing, shorthand, transcription
and sewing as her favorite subiects.
As you can probably tell by the sub-
iects listed, Shirley plans to enter the
RAYMOND JOHN CRONIN is one
of the quieter boys in our class who
participates in many activities at Alle-
gheny. He likes wood shop and ma-
chine shop better than any other of
his subiects. After graduation his plans
are connected with those of Uncle
Sam's. He wants to enlist in the United
COLEMAN MICHAEL DALEY has
been AIIegheny's "Mr. Touchdown"
for three years. Since sports is his
favorite pastime, he ioins the Football
Club and is a member ofthe baseball
team. Next to sports he likes history.
His popularity in his home room has
been expressed by having him elec-
ted vice president for four semesters.
After graduation the Armed Forces
will probably claim his time.
JUDITH ARLENE DISCHMAN
gained many friends here at Alle-
gheny. She is a member of the Or-
chestra and of our Marching Band.
Judy also belongs to the Band Club.
She lists her favorite subiects as Eng-
lish, history and music. Judy spent her
senior year in Distributive Education
GRACE DOOLEY is one of our
quieter seniors, but nevertheless she
will be remembered for her sincere
and warm personality. She enioys all
school sports and is a member of Alle-
gheny's Sewing Club. Grace enioys
American History and English classes.
She plans to enter the secretarial
Held after graduation.
BOB DURLER has shown his school
spirit by being a member of the foot-
ball and swimming teams. Bob rates
English and art as his favorite subiects.
He has shown membership in Sports
lecture and the Art Club. Upon grad-
uation Bob plans to ioin the Marines.
NANCY R. DANIELS is always will-
ing to help out wherever and when-
ever she is needed. Nancy is a mem-
ber ofthe Marching Maiorettes, and
has been in two Variety Shows. She
helps out an Dance Committees and
sells candy at our football games.
Nancy is a member of Maiorettes
Club, College Club, and Drama Club.
ROGER LEE DIXON lists machine
shop, Spanish, biology, physical ed-
ucation and English as his favorite
subiects. Roger, a member of the
Army Reserves, plans on entering the
Army upon his completion of school.
THOMAS JOHN DUNPHY can be
found wherever a movie proiectar is.
This is due to the fact that Tom is a
member of the Visual Aids Squad.
During his stay at Allegheny he also
belonged to Chess Club and Dancing
Club. The Navy will probably Hnd
Tom at its service after graduation.
PHYLLIS J. DURST is a girl that
likes iust about every subiect she
takes and makes honor grades in
each one. Highest on her list are
transcription and shorthand, clothing,
biology, and history. Besides study-
ing, she belongs to Auto Drivers Club,
Red Cross Club, and Sewing Club.
To become a seamstress or a stenog-
rapher is PhyI's future plans.
LARRY EDMUNDS-The Variety
Show would not have been the same
without the golden tenor voice of
Larry. During his stay at Allegheny he
has been president of his home room
for two years, writes for the Wah
Hoo, is a member of College club,
and is on the Senior Prom Committee.
After graduation he wishes to further
his education at college.
MARIE ENGLE-Marie has gained
many friends at Allegheny with her
quiet but winning personality. She
takes an active interest in all intra-
mural sports, and received her che-
nille letter "A" in the eleventh grade.
Marie is a member of Cheerleaders
and Girls' Leaders Club. She spent
her senior year in Distributive Educa-
tion class. Marie plans to continue re-
tail selling after graduation.
PATRICIA C. FILKOSKI-Pat is al-
ways ready to lend a helping hand,
and has a smile for everyone. She
has served as United States Savings
Stamp Salesman of her home room
for one semester. Pat lists consumers
education and sociology as her best
liked subiects. She plans to work in a
department store after graduation.
We wish her success in whatever she
HARRY DONALD FOX, JR.-Harry
has served as president and vice
president of his home room for two
years. He was a member of both the
Wah Hoo and Yearbook staff. Harry
has been an honor student as well as
a member of College Club. He lists
his favorite subiects as English, Span-
ish, speech and history. Harry plans
to enter college after graduation.
MARY FRANCIS EHNI-English and
consumers ed. rate high among Mary's
subiects. She was an active member
of AIlegheny's Robed Choir until she
ioined Distributive Education in her
senior year. Mary is treasurer of her
home room and will use that experi-
ence after graduation when she gets
ALETHIA ANN FEARBRY-Alethia
has many interests in and out of
school. She is an active participant in
intramural sports, and enioys watch-
ing football and baseball games. She
has belonged to Cheerleaders Club
and Girls' Leaders Club during her
three year stay at Allegheny. She
enioys skating, dancing, and playing
baseball. After graduation she plans
to attend business school.
EDWARD L. FOLEY-Edward will
be remembered for his friendly smile
which has gained him many friends.
While at Allegheny he was a member
of both Photography Club and Hi-Y
Club. His favorite subiects included
mechanical drawing and history. Ed-
ward spent his senior year in Distribu-
tive Education class. His plans after
graduation include the Army.
GEORGE BRANT GEORGAKAKOS
-George is an active student ot Alle-
gheny. He is one of our star basket-
ball players, treasurer of his home
room and a sports writer on the Wah
Hoo StaFf, and a member of College
Club. Some college or business school
will be very fortunate to have George
on their roll after graduation.
DANIEL GEYER has a very warm
personality and is liked by his fellow
classmates a great deal. He enioys
swimming and football and is an ac-
tive member of the Chess Club. Dan
lists history and bookkeeping as his
favorite subiects during his years at
Allegheny. He plans to go on to busi-
ness school after graduation.
SALLY MARIE GRAHAM is one of
our high-stepping maiorettes and is
also very active on Prom Committees.
Shorthand, typing, sewing, and Eng-
lish are her best subiects. Sally is an
attentive member of Girls' Leaders,
Drama, and Maiorettes Club. She
plans to enter a business school after
NANCY GRIESS is one of the quieter
seniors at Allegheny High School. She
was treasurer of her home room for
two semesters and participated in
many intramural activities after school.
Her best subiects are history and Eng-
lish. After graduation she plans to get
RICHARD HANNA is an active
"fish" on Allegheny's fine Swimming
Team. Rich has found many friends at
Allegheny and he has participated
on many Dance Committees, served
as home room president for various
semesters. He is a member of Alle-
gheny's Robed Choir and plans to
enter the Armed Forces.
RUBY GORDON is a "brain" at his-
tory, chemistry, algebra, and all com-
mercial subiects and enioys all of
them. She is an active member of Col-
lege Club, Tennis Club, and the Wah
Hoo Staif, of which she is Exchange
Editor. Ruby also sells saving stamps
on Tuesdays and candy at the foot-
PATRICIA ANN GREEN likes short-
hand, sewing, and gym. She is an ac-
tive participant in intramural sports.
Pat is a member of Girls' Leaders
Club and also one of the usherettes
for various activities. Her plans are to
be a secretary for one of the business
flrms in West Virginia.
JUDY HAGELE participates in many
activities at Allegheny. She is in Na-
tional Honor Society, an active cheer-
leader and a member of the Year-
book Staff. She was a great asset to
the staff in helping to get the year-
book out on time. With all these ac-
tivities she is also an outstanding
CHARLES HARTMAN, better known
as "Chuck," will be remembered by
many for his good natured disposition.
He is a member of Photography Club,
and he received an award for crafts.
"Chuck" spent his senior year in Dis-
tributive Education Class. He plans to
enter the service after graduation.
JOHN HEARD has been a member
of Allegheny's football squad for two
seasons. As well as being a member
of our Orchestra, he belonged to the
Sports Lecture Club. John was pres-
ident, vice president and Wah Hoo
Representative of his home room dur-
ing his stay at Allegheny. He plans to
study music or enter the service after
SHIRLEY HENNON has gained many
friends here at Allegheny. She is a
member of our high-stepping maior-
ettes and a member of the Maior-
ettes Club. Shirley is also active on the
Wah Hoo Advertising Staff. ln addi-
tion to being on the Prom Committee,
Shirley is also a member of our Robed
Choir. Shirley plans to enter college
BARBARA ANN HOFF is a mem-
ber of Girls' Leaders Club and Junior
Historians during her three years stay
at Allegheny. Shorthand and tran-
scription are the courses that she likes
best. When she graduates she wants
to be included in the payroll of the
Bell Telephone Company.
HARRY J. HUERBIN has been on
the Advertising Staff of the Wah Hoo
during his senior year. He is also a
member of the Service Squad. Harry
belongs to both Auto Drivers and
Social Dancing Clubs during his three
years at Allegheny. He plans to spe-
cialize in office work after graduation.
GEORGE W. HELGERMAN lists phy-
sics, plane and solid geometry, and
trigonometry as his favorite subiects.
He is an active member of the Visual
Aids Squad and Chess Club. George
would like to go to college or enter
the Air Force after graduation.
vAu.le c. Hlscox is Q pqniof
many of Allegheny's activities. She
has been a member of several dance
committees, and a member of both
the Junior and Senior Prom Commit-
tees. Vallie is on the News Staft of
the Wah Hoo and has served as vice
president of her home room for two
semesters. Vallie plans to enter nurs-
ing after graduation. -
MARY LOUISE HOUPT is active in
all phases of her school life. She was
AlIegheny's delegate to the National
Student Council Convention in her
eleventh year. Besides being pres-
ident and vice president of her home
room she served as Student Council's
Social Chairman. Mary Lou belonged
to the championship intramural sports
team during her tenth and eleventh
LENORA IVEY is known by almost
everyone at school. She was her
home room's president all during her
three years at Allegheny, and served
as Vice President of Student Council
in the eleventh rade. Lenora is a
member of Allegheny's Orchestra as
well as a member of College Club,
Drama Club, and Cheerleaders Club.
She plans to enter college after
KAMAL M. JACOB enioyed Eng-
lish and then made his way into Dis-
tributive Education after two years ol
the regular courses at Allegheny. Al-
though he spent his senior year in
Distributive Education, Kamal will
enter the service after graduation
and resume his position in the sales
BARBARA JENKINS is always iok-
ing with everyone in Allegheny. She
is a stamp salesman for her home
room. Barbara enioys bookkeeping
and orchestra and is a member of the
Drama Club. She plans to enter the
business world after graduation.
WII.l.lAM KANTZ likes history, A-
merican Government, and German.
He is a member of the basketball
team, baseball team, Basketball Club,
and College Club. Bill is very active
on the Wah Hoo and Yearbook Staffs,
Wah Hoo Skits and Junior Historians.
He wants to work at Armour and Co.
MARIA KELLAR is Associate Editor
of the Yearbook, and Literary Editor
ofthe Wah Hoo. She participates in
almost every phase of school life, in-
cluding being treasurer of Student
Council for one year, and being on
the Junior Prom Committee. ,Her efforts
got her into National Honor Society.
JACQUELYN R. JANECEK, better
known as Jackie and well-liked by
all, has been a credit to Allegheny
High School. Jackie has held ottices
in her home room. She is a "whiz" at
typing, shorthand and bookkeeping.
Her activities are innumerable. She
is a member of Drama Club and
LEONARD KAMINSKI has traveled
quite a bit in his life. He was born in
Ukraine, and lived in Germany and
Austria before coming to America.
Leonard has made many friends at
Allegheny and has been in College
and Auto Drivers Clubs. He wants to
go to college after graduation.
EDWARD J. KARNER is one of the
quieter seniors at Allegheny. He de-
cided to take Distributive Education in
his Senior Year and became treasurer
of his home room. He enioys wood-
shop and Distributive Education better
than the rest of his high school courses.
He wants to goto work for Uncle Sam
SHIRLEY KIRK has made and kept
many new friends during her stay at
Allegheny. She has been in the Wah
Hoo Skits and was an usherette for
AIIegheny's annual Variety Show.
She enioys dancing and all sports.
Speech and clothing are her favorite
subiects. She plans to enter the fleld
of retailing after graduation.
JUDY KOBET-Judy's pleasant smile
is only one of the rnany'character-
istics that makes her so well-liked.
She has been one of AIlegheny's high
stepping maiorettes for two years.
To prepare herself for a career in
Nursing, she has taken chemistry,
Latin, and algebra. Unlike most stu-
dents she doesn't mind the work, and
finds these subiects most enioyable.
JUDY ANN KOLLAR-Judy has be-
longed to several clubs while at Alle-
gheny, among them are: Auto Drivers
Club, Choir, and Usherettes Club. She
has served on her home room's 12B
Election Committee. Judy lists typing,
sewing, and choir as her favorite sub-
iects and plans to work at the Bell
Telephone Company after graduating
ROSEMARY S. KURTZ-Rosemary's
quiet, but warm and sincere person-
ality has gained her many friends
here at Allegheny. She enioys all
school sports and takes on active part
in many clubs. Rosemary enjoys history
and typing classes. She plans to enter
the stenographic field after gradu-
ating from Allegheny.
VIOLA M. LA FRENIE- "Vi" has
made many friends during her stay at
Allegheny due to her warm, friendly
personality. She participates in after
school sports and is a member of sev-
eral clubs. "Vi" enioys bookkeeping
and typing classes. Her stenographic
training will aid her in finding a posi-
tion in the stenographic field.
ANNE MARIE KOIS-Anne has been
a member of the Marching Maiorettes
for two seasons. She is also a member
of Dancing Club and Maiorettes Club.
Anne lists shorthand and transcription
as her favorite subiects. She plans to
apply for a position as a stenog-
rapher in an office after graduation.
ARLENE KREUZER-Arlene enioys
crafts and Distributive Education very
much and intends to continue in the
retail selling world. She is usually seen
by others as always smiling and very
pleasant. Arlene was a member of
Cheerleaders Club in tenth grade.
GAIL KUSTES-Gail works hard for
the school, and is active in clubs and
Dance Committees. Her activities, also
are innumerable. Gail held offices in
home room and is Treasurer of Stu-
dent Council. Choir and speech rate
high among her subiects. Gail plans
to work for the Bell Telephone Com-
pany in June.
MARILYN LEAGLE-Among Mari-
lyn's favorite subiects are crafts and
Distributive Education. She is always
ready to lend o hand whenever there
is work to be done. Marilyn plans on
getting married after graduation.
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JEAN LEE has been a very busy girl
during her stay at Allegheny. She is
Business Secretary for the Wah Hoo
and has been in the Wah Hoo skits.
She has served for four semesters on
the United States Savings Stamp
committee. Jean is in Girls' Leaders
Club, and Swimming Club. Jean plans
to enter the field of teaching after
ROBERT LEHMAN has been very
active at Allegheny. His favorite sub-
iects are English and history. Bob has
enioyed his three years at Allegheny
very much. Bob plans to go into the
Armed Services upon completion of
JUDITH LINDSAY has made many
friends while here at Allegheny. She
lists typing and shorthand as her fa-
vorite subiects. Judy enioys swimming
and dancing in her spare time. She
is also an active member of Cheer-
leaders Club and Service Squad.
Judy plans to enter the secretarial
RICHARD LOREY is on the quiet
side, but, nevertheless, he is there to
help out. Richard likes as his best sub-
iects, algebra, Spanish and gym.
Richard is active in home room by
being on the election board. His plans
after graduation are to enlist in the
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HARRY LENZ is well-liked by all
and is willing to help everyone. Harry
was president of his home room in
tenth grade and is a member of
Crafts Club. He enioys working in
crafts class very much and is very
talented. He has spent his senior year
in Distributive Education and plans to
continue in retail selling.
DARLENE LENHART as a iuniar,
participated in many girls sports and
was a member of Sewing Club. She
enioys English. She has wonderful
ANN LINTLEMAN is her home room
treasurer, as well as a member of
Drama Club, Art Club and Choir. Ann
takes an active part in Allegheny's
choir programs and has been in the
Variety Show. Ann plans to do clerical
work or attend business school after
SYl.VlA A. LINDNER has been a
member of several clubs during her
stay at Allegheny. Among them are:
Life Saving Club and Drama. She
also modeled for the Clothing Classes'
Fashion Show. Sylvia has spent her
most enioyable class hours in short-
hand, typing, and swimming. Her
plans after graduation include moving
to North Carolina and specializing
there in the secretarial Held.
CAROLYN ANNE LOUDEN was
President of the Red Cross Club in the
I ith grade and is very active in her
church. Choir, Prom Committees, Red
Cross Club, and Girls' Leaders Club
took up most of Carolyn's time. She
plans to continue working at Kauf-
manns and to learn retail selling after
CAROL MAE LYNN has gained
many friends during her stay at Alle-
gheny. She belongs to the Robed
Choir and participates in their choir
activities at Carnegie Music Hall. She
likes swimming a great deal. She
ioined Distributive Education in her
Senior Year. Carol plans to get mar-
ried after graduation.
JOSEPH JOHN MARAK, better
known to his friends as "Baru," is one
of our terrific linemen on the football
team. In his spare time he devises new
plays, and he has worked hard on
many Dance Committees and Prom
Committees. After graduation he
plans to attend college where he can
play football and study engineering.
EARLENE D. McCLAIN plays in
Allegheny's Orchestra. She is a mas-
terful violinist and has played in the
orchestra for three years. Her favor-
ite subiects are Ancient History and
the clerical subiects. These will be a
very useful source for her in her future,
because she plans to be a secretary.
PEGGY ANN LUX is petite and
pretty. Peggy was a member of
Cheerleaders Club in the tenth grade.
She enioys shorthand and spends
most of her time in Distributive Educa-
tion. Her plans are to ioin the Wom-
en's Marines after graduation.
VIRGINIA MALL loves sports and
has earned her intramural sports team
many points. Virginia is a member of
the Robed Choir as well as one of
Allegheny's high-stepping maiorettes.
She has held olfice in her home room
both as secretary and as treasurer.
She plans to continue retail selling
THEODORE P. MARTENS is vice-
president of his homeroom. He is in-
terested in basketball and baseball,
and lists his favorite subjects as me-
chanical drawing, geometry, and
chemistry. Ted is Basketball Manager
this year and belongs to Auto Drivers
Club. He plans on college after grad-
RAYMOND J. McDONOUGH is a
quiet, but willing helper to all the stu-
dents at Allegheny. Mechanical draw-
ing, German, algebra, and geometry
are his favorite subiects. He is an en-
thusiastic member of the Chess Club.
Ray hopes to enter college after
graduation and also hopes that others
will follow his trail.
HENRY McGHEE is one ofthe quieter
students at Allegheny. At our football
games he has played to the best of
his ability in our Marching Band. He
likes English and woodshop better
than most of his subiects. He plans to
enter the service in June.
WILLIAM MILLER is a very easy
person to get to know. He has been
his home room's Wah Hoo Represent-
ative during his senior year at Alle-
gheny. Bill is an active member of
Chess Club and enioys all school
sports. He lists history and bookkeep-
ing as his favorite subiects.
.IOANNE MOMPER has had a won-
derful smile accompanying her all the
way through school. She is also a
member of the Auto Drivers Club.
Joanne spends her happiest school
hours in chorus class and cooking
class. Joanne's plans after graduation
WILLIAM MITCHELL likes art and
choir better than the rest of his sub-
iects. Football, choir and all of his
home-work have taken up most of his
time during his stay at Allegheny.
William likes to sing and is a member
of a singing group. He plans to make
a career of singing.
JOHN MEYER has been a very ac-
tive player on AIlegheny's Basketball
Team for three years. He also has
served his home room as Sports Rep-
resentative for two years. He likes
English and crafts better than the rest
of his subiects. He plans to enter the
service after graduation.
THOMAS M. MIOVAS is an active
member of Visual Aids, Photography
Club, and Social Dancing Club. His
main interest in school is algebra.
Tom intends to serve with Uncle Sam
in the United States Navy after
JOHN MORGAN has shown his
school spirit as a member of the
Marching Band. English, crafts, and
band are his favorite subiects. Even
though John is rather quiet, he is well-
liked by everyone and all will re-
member his pleasing personality.
JOHN MOOK isn't very active in
high school sports, but he is very active
out of school. He plays forthe Weiter-
hausen Aces. His favorite hours in
school are spent in wood shop and
economics class. After graduation, the
high seas will be facing John, as he
plans to broaden his horizons by ioin-
'ing the Coast Guard.
ROSEMARIE T. MORIO is a very
active girl in sports at Allegheny.
While here at Allegheny, Rose has
earned enough points in girl's sports
to earn her an "A." Rose's plans for
the future include marriage.
CURTENIA MROCZKOWSKI enioys
sports and takes advantage of the
time she spends in gym classes. She
has been a member of the marching
moiorettes for one season. Curtenia
has belonged to the maiorettes club
for two years. When asked what her
favorite subiects were, she responded
by naming shorthand and craft
classes. Curtenia plans to enter the
secretarial fleld after graduation.
DAVE J. NAATZ-Dave was a
member of Allegheny's swimming
team during his sophomore year. Be-
sides swimming in school, he has put
his extraordinary talent to use by be-
coming captain of the Community
House 'swimming team. This past year
he has spent most of his spare time as
an amateur boxer. His future plans
include the U. S. Air Force.
MARGARET ANNE NIST lists sew-
ing, shorthand, typing, and speech as
her favorite subiects. These should be
very useful to her after graduation,
as she plans to obtain a position as a
stenographer, and then make some
man happy by becoming his wife.
During her three years she has been
a member of Sewing Club and Drama
EDWARD MRAZEK has been an
active member of both the Visual Aid
Squad and Student Council. He has
been also secretary of his home room
for two semesters. Ed lists machine
shop and mechanical drawing as his
favorite subiects. Ed has spent his
senior year in Distributive Education
class. He plans to enter some branch
of the service after graduation.
LOIS MAE MUELLER lists sewing,
shorthand, typing, and speech as her
favorite subiects. These should be very
useful to her after graduation, as she
plans to obtain a position as a stenog-
rapher, and then make some man
happy by becoming his wife. During
her three years she has been a mem-
ber of Cheerleaders Club, Sewing
Club and Drama Club.
DOTTIE NAWRDCKI-Dottie is an-
other of our high steppers. She has
been a maiorette since tenth grade.
Metal crafts and shorthand are en-
ioyed most by Dottie. She plans to be
a stenographer for a big company
JOAN ETHEL NOVAKOVIC-Cute
little .loan always has a smile for
everyone. She enioys sports and is
President of the Girls' leaders Club,
of which she has been a member for
two years. She has been home room
Wah Hoo representative all during
her three years at Allegheny. Joan
plans to attend a business school after
MARY JANE OVERBECK is con-
sistently on the honor roll and has
done well in all of her subiects. The
ones that she enioys the most are
Spanish, history, and shorthand. She
is a member of Auto Drivers Club,
and Service Squad. After graduation,
the secretarial field will probably
gain her service.
GlORlA PAPPERT has taken ad-
vantage of AIlegheny's wide variety
of clubs by belonging to Cheerlead-
ers Club, Chess Club, Life Saving
Club, and College Club. She is also
an instructor in the Non-Swimmers
Club. She is a member of the Wah
Hoo writing staff and plans on mar-
riage after graduation.
JERRY PAULAT is always behind
the scenes, that is, because he is G
member ofthe Stage Crew. He is also
a member of Allegheny's Service
Squad. Jerry lists swimming, biology,
and algebra as the subiects that he
likes better than the rest.
BETTY ANN PEIFER will be re-
membered for her fine red hair and
her cheerful personality. She is a
member of the Red Cross Club and
Biology Club. She lists English and
crafts as her favorite subiects. She
has spent her Senior Year in Distribu-
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ROY PAGE is one of the quieter
fellows at Allegheny. He is very good
in his subiects and enioys chemistry
and English better than the rest of
them. He has been in college club and
has participated in many other activi-
ties while he has attended Allegheny
HOWARD PARKER is one of the
best-liked boys at Allegheny. He won
this distinction because of his quiet
and pleasant manner. He enioys
sociology and English very much and
works very hard to put himself through
Allegheny. Everyone will never forget
him and his witty remarks.
MARGARET M. PAVLICIC will be
remembered by most of the students
for her quiet and warm personality.
She has taken an active interest in all
Girl's Intramural Sports and is a mem-
ber of Girls' Leaders Club. Margaret
is also a member of both Sewing
Club and Service Squad.
CECELIA PFEFFER is one of the
quieter students at Allegheny High
School. She enioys English and history
very much. A pleasing personality has
won her many friends and she enioys
playing in many Intramural Sports,
being a great help to her team.
RONALD PAUL POSLUSNEY has
not been very active in sports at Alle-
gheny, but he did play football with
the Spring Garden Team. Ronald's
favorite subjects are sociology and
history. Ronald plans to enter the
Armed Forces after graduation.
GERALDINE ANN REAMS is a very
active member of Allegheny. She is a
member of the majorettes. Gerry lists
bookkeeping as one of her favorite
subjects. Gerry plans to enter the sec-
retarial field upon completion of high
ROBERT P. REMALY intends to join
the service after graduation. Wood
shop, biology, and Distributive Educa-
tion takes up most of his time and
Student Council and being vice pres-
ident of his home room take up the
rest. Bob enjoys the assemblies and
lunch periods best.
SALLIE ROBINSON is a very quiet
girl at Allegheny. She lists speech and
English as her two favorite subjects.
Sallie has participated in the Wah
Hoo skits two times, showing her fine
acting ability. Sallie's plans after
graduation include marriage.
HOWARD JOSEPH POTH is an ac-
tive member of Social Dancing, Chess
Club, Glee Club, and Auto Drivers
Club. He enjoys physical education,
chemistry and mechanical drawing
classes most. Howard has no definite
plans for the future.
HAROLD A. REICH will always be
remembered for his art of conversa-
tion. Harold lists art, crafts, and
speech as his favorite subjects. He has
been a member of both Art Club and
Biology Club during his stay at Alle-
gheny. Harold plans for a career in
the Air Force.
MARLENE RITTER is one of Alle-
gheny's quieter seniors, but neverthe-
less, has gained many friends here.
She is an active member of Girls'
Leaders Club and enjoys all sports.
Marlene is always thinking of figures,
but that is because she had book-
keeping. She also enjoyed English and
history classes. Marlene plans to enter
the secretarial field after graduation.
ROBERT ROBSON plans to enter
the Armed Forces after graduation.
Chess Club and Pep Club are his fa-
vorite activities. He enjoys economics,
woodshop and typing best among his
subjects. Bob plans to enter the Ma-
rines after graduation.
WILLIAM ROBSON-Bill, that "which
twin are you?" boy, often has a rough
time convincing people that he is Bill,
not Bob. He is an active member of
Chess Club at Allegheny and enioys
sports. Bill lists crafts, and American
History as his favorite subiects. He
plans to enter the service after grad-
MICHAEL ROMERES-Mike's keen
sense of humor and winning smile have
been great assets to him. They have
helped him win many friends and a
place in everyone's memory. Mike's
favorite classes are geometry, history
and physics. He also enioys all school
sports. Mike's plans after graduation
include furthering his education at
WILLIAM CHARLES SCHIEFELBEIN
-BilI's keen sense of humor and win-
ning smile have been great assets to
him. Bill will always be remembered
for the nice work he did at Allegheny.
Bill's favorite classes are geometry,
history, and physics. He also enioys
all school sports. Bill's plans after
graduation include furthering his ed-
ucation ot college.
PHYLLIS SCHMITT-Phyllis is well
known at Allegheny for the outstand-
ing iob she does as Head Cheer-
leader. Among her many activities are
Junior and Senior Prom Committees,
Dance Committees, and Service
Squad. She is also an active member
of the Wah Hoo staff. Phyllis enioys
German and English classes and plans
to attend college after graduation.
WILLIAM ROGERS-Bill has been
very active while being at Allegheny.
Bill lists his favorite subiects as English
and history. Bill has belonged to such
clubs as College Club and Social
Dancing. Bill has planned to go to
college right after graduation. Good
Luck in whatever you may do, Bill.
MARY ANN SADOWSKI-Mary
Ann will always be remembered for
her quick smile and cheerful person-
ality. She is an active member of
Cheerleaders Club, Drama Club and
Allegheny's Choir. Mary Ann is inter-
ested in all intramural sports, includ-
ing volley ball and tenequoits. She
lists her favorite subjects as chorus,
crafts, typing, and sociology. Mary
Ann's plans after graduation include
marriage and nursing school.
PATRICIA SAMUEL-Pat will be
remembered by many for her warm
and friendly personality. She was
vice president of her home room in
the tenth grade. Pat enioyed Amer-
ican History and home economics
classes best. Pat spent her Senior
Year in Distributive Education Class
where she learned the fundamentals
of retail selling. She plans to continue
in retail selling.
SANDRA LUCILLE SCHOENFELD-
Sandra's friendly personality has
gained her many friends while at
Allegheny. She is an active member
of Swimming Club, and has given the
teachers a helping hand by belong-
ing to the Commercial Service Club.
Sandra lists typing, shorthand, and
cooking as her favorite subiects. She
spent her Senior Year in Distributive
Education Class. Sandra plans to
marry after graduation.
ALBERT SEEKE, with his quiet but
understanding way has led him to
many friends at Allegheny. He will
always be remembered for his help
on various Dance Committees, Junior
Prom Committees and Visual Aids
Squad. Al lists history, crafts, and
mechanical drawing as his favorite
RONALD R. SHAFFER will long be
remembered for his outstanding con-
tributions to Allegheny's band. With-
out him and his clarinet, the band
would not have been half as spirited
as it has been. Besides all the activities
of the band, he has held the position
of vice-president in IOA of his home
roam. After gra'duation he plans to
ioin the U. S. Air Force.
JUDITH ANN SMALSTIG is very
popular in her home room. She has
been elected Wah Hoa represent-
ative from tenth through twelfth
grade. Her other activities include
Red Cross Club, and Non-Swimmers
Club. Outside of school she has held
the position of treasurer of her
church's Youth Fellowship, and has
enioyed going to dances and swim-
ming at North Park. Her future plans
CAROLE A. SNYDER will long be
remembered for her quiet but force-
ful manner in which she has held many
positions. While at Allegheny, Carole
has been in Drama Club, Wah Hoo
Skits, Speech Class, and an several
Dance Committees. She lists English
and history as her favorite subiects.
After graduation Carole plans to
GERALDINE R. SEVICK-"Gerry's"
friendly smile and sparkling person-
ality have gained her many friends
and a place in everyone's memory.
She has participated in many activi-
ties including Wah Hoo Skits, Wah
Hao Staff, Student Council, and lntra-
mural Sports after school. "Gerry"
has been in Allegheny's Variety Show
and is a member of the Robed Choir.
"Gerry" plans to enter the secretarial
field after graduation.
OBADIAH LEE SIMMS will long be
remembered for his part in Alle-
gheny's Variety Show. While in Alle-
gheny, Obadiah has participated in
the Robed Choir, and lists singing as
his favorite pastime. Among some of
his various activities are the basket-
ball team and several Dance Com-
mittees. After graduation he plans to
CAROLYN E. SMITH is active in
sports at Allegheny. As well as having
participated in the intramural sports
after school, Carolyn is a member of
Cheerleaders and Girls' Leaders
Clubs. She also has been in Alle-
gheny's Variety Show. Carolyn lists
bookkeeping, typing, and shorthand
as her favorite subiects, and plans to
enter the stenographic field after
ROSE MARIE SOSINSKI is perhaps
best remembered for her part in mak-
ing the maiorettes a group to be
proud of. She is a member of the
Marching Maiorettes for two seasons
as well as a member of the Maior-
ettes Club. Rosemary took part in our
last two Variety Shows. She plans to
work in the secretarial fleld after
AUGUST SPAGNOLA is perhaps
best remembered for his fine ability
on the football team. To keep fit he
has belonged to the Conditioning Club.
"Augie" is an honor student and takes
an active part in many clubs. He has
been in AlIegheny's Variety Show and
plays for the Stardusters Orchestra.
EDWARD SPEARLINE likes mech-
anical drawing, and takes Distributive
Education this year. Ed has been a
member of Student Council and has
served on many Dance Committees.
After graduation the Navy will gain
another member by Ed's enlistment.
PRESSLEY STEELE has been both
President and Vice-President of his
home room during his three years at
Allegheny. He has not only been on
the Baseball Team, but also in the
Wah Hoo Skits. Pressley is a member
of both Auto Drivers Club and Chess
Club. After graduation he plans to go
CHARLES TAORMINA served as
both Vice-President and Wah Hoo
Salesman of his home room. In addi-
tion to being a member of the Base-
ball Team, Charles has been a mem-
ber of both Chess Club and Auto
Drivers Club. He has worked on many
dance committees and plans to attend
college after graduation.
JEAN 'SPARROW is one of our ener-
getic cheerleaders. She belongs to
the Service Squad, Drama and Cheer-
leaders Clubs, and the Wah Hoo
Magazine Staff. Bookkeeping and
clothing are among her favorite sub-
iects. Jean plans to enter the business
field after graduation.
CHARLES G. STANDFAST is a fel-
low that every student at Allegheny
can't help but remember. He has been
a member of Allegheny's fine Football
Squad and a member of the Con-
ditioning Club. Chuck plans to ioin the
Marines after he graduates from
Allegheny High School.
CATHERINE M. STEPHENS will be
remembered for her cute and friendly
smile and pleasing personality. She
is a member of Dancing Club and
Sewing Club. She has been also one
of Allegheny's usherettes. Cathy lists
sewing, typing, and chorus as her fa-
vorite subiects. She plans on marriage
MARIA TITONIS, "the little Artist,"
is never still. She and her paint brush
have always been busy painting signs
for Allegheny's activities. Maria is
Art Editor of the Wah Hoo and Year-
book Staffs. She has also been a
member of the Jr. Prom Committee.
Maria plans to attend college after
AGNES VOGAL-Agnes will always
be remembered for her excellent iob
as editor of the Wah Hoo. She is a
high honor student and a member of
the National Honor Society. Agnes is
an active member of College Club,
Biology Club, Commercial Club, and
Service Squad. She plans to enter
Geneva College after graduation to
become a Marine biologist.
JOHN R. VRANA-John certainly
earns his name of Big Chief. He is
Allegheny's capable Yearbook Edi-
tor, as well as head of the Junior
Prom Committee. John has been Vice
President of Student Council for one
year and president of his home room.
In addition to being a member of the
National Honor Society, John is also
a member of several clubs. John
plans to attend college after grad-
NANCY E. WATTS-Nancy is one
of our quieter seniors but her friendly
smile will not soon be forgotten. Al-
though not active in many events at
Allegheny, Nancy has been a member
of a Junior Achievement Company
during her senior year. Nancy enioys
bookkeeping and typing classes as
well as all sports. She plans to enter
the stenographic field after grad-
JAMES WELKER-James is perhaps
best remembered for his fine sports-
manship on Allegheny's football
squad. He is also an active member of
the Sports Lecture Club. .lames spends
his happiest hours in wood shop, ma-
chine shop and history class. His plans
after graduation include working for
the Bell Telephone Company. We
wish him the best of luck.
DAVID VOGT-Dove's sense of
humor and art of conversation have
gained him a place in everyone's
memory. He enioys all school sports
and belonged to several clubs. Dave
spent some of his free time helping on
Dance Committees and plans to con-
tinue in retail selling after graduation.
RONALD WADE-Ronald is per-
haps best remembered for his fine
sportsmanship while on Allegheny's
football squad. He keeps in shape
for the team by belonging to the
Conditioning Club. Ronald enioys
math and English classes and takes
on active part in several clubs. Ronald
plans to enter college or ioin the serv-
ice after graduation.
YVONNE WEBSTER--Yvonne's pep
and vitality really shows up in her
sports activities. She loves all sports
and is an active member of Girls'
Leaders Club. Yvonne also partici-
pates in several Intramural Sports
tournaments. She enioys shorthand
and history and is fond of dancing.
Yvonne plans for the future include-
a position in the secretarial field and
GWEN WIEDEMAN-Gwen is al-
ways running-trying to find some-
thing else to do. She is a member of
the Wah Hoo staff and stamp sales-
man of her home room. Gwen is
treasurer of College Club, member of
Auto Drivers Club and Chess Club, as
well as an usherette. Gwen is an
honor student and plans to attend
college after graduation.
BARBARA WILSON will always be
remembered for her wonderful per-
sonality and her religiousness that
made her outstanding. Orchestra and
Distributive Education takes up most
of this girI's time. She plans to continue
working at Joseph Hornes after
ROBERT P. WOLOSZYK plans to
enter sales work after graduation.
Bob belongs to stage crew and Auto
Drivers Club. He also sold seasonal
football passes. Among his favorite
subiects are English, Mechanical
Drawing, and he is spending his Senior
Year in Distributive Education.
DONALD F. YOST is one of the
cheerful and most friendly students
that has attended Allegheny. He
plays baseball for Allegheny and
basketball for his church team. He
likes crafts and machine shop better
than any of his other subiects. He
plans on the service after graduation.
HOWARD WINTER is perhaps best
remembered for his flne performance
during his Senior Year as our new
mascot, Big Chief Wah Hoo. He has
been his home room's Wah Hoo Rep-
resentative for three semesters, and
he also takes an active part in the
Wah Hoo Skits.
MARY WOOLLEN rated her favorite
subiects as shorthand, typing, and
sewing. Mary is an active member of
the Sewing Club and plans to enter
the Business World after graduation.
She has been a quiet senior in our
graduating class and made many
friends while she was at Allegheny
RONALD JOSEPH ZOTTER is one
of our energetic baseball players.
He belongs to the Basketball Club,
Sports Lecture, and Red Cross Club.
Gym, algebra, and English are Ran's
favorite subiects. His aim is to ioin the
Air Force in the near future. We wish
Ron and all the others very much luck.
HALL OF FAME
Gretchen's warm personality and unselfish service to her school has earned
her the admiration and rememberance of all her classmates. Her combi-
nation of character and leadership have made her a prominent part of all
she has participated in. Gretchen devoted much of her time as secretary of
Student Council, home room officer and writer for the Magazine and Year-
book. Various dance committees and the Junior Prom Committee also found
Gretchen as an active member. Her diligence and hard work were finally
rewarded when she became a member of the National Honor Society.
After graduation, Gretchen plans to attend a college to become a teacher.
Elaine has well deserved her place in the Hall of Fame. She has been an
honor student for three years, and has held the office of vice president of
her home room in her senior year. Her activities included membership in
the Red Cross Club, Art Club, and Student Council. Elaine also has worked
hard for the school by serving on various dance committees, setting up
decorations for various occasions, and selling sweat shirts for Student
Council. Elaine helped with the decorations of the Christmas Tree each
year. She has a smile for everyone and is willing to serve at a moment's
Jim's ability and sportsmanship on both the baseball and basketball teams
are well known by all at Allegheny. The business end of the Wah Hoo and
Yearbook are aptly managed by him. He is president of his home room
and has been vice president for one semester as well as a member of the
Senior Prom Committee and Dance committees. Outside of school he was
president of a club at Sarah Heiniz House. Jim's hard work was rewarded
when he was elected to National Honor Society in his senior year. Jim's
plans for the future include attending college. He plans to maior in iour-
Rose certainly deserves her place in the Hall of Fame for her outstanding
service to the school. She held the important position of Advertising Man-
ager of the Yearbook, and wrote for the magazine. She was elected to
National Honor Society in her iunior year. Her other activities include Col-
lege Club, Auto Drivers Club, Wah Hoo Skits, intramural sports, Variety
Show, and president of her home room. Besides all of these activities in
school, she belonged to Junior Achievement, a group that functions outside
school, and helped promote the Tennis Club. With all of her ambition and
fortitude, Rose is sure to attend and succeed in college.
FRIEDA MAXINE BROWN
lndustrious and versatile are only two ways to describe Maxine. She has
earned her'place in the Hall of Fame for her outstanding work in Service
Squad, Clubs and as a Cheerleader. She is President of the Progressive
Pittsburgh Social Club, President of the Junior Usher Board at her church,
Treasurer of Young People's and pianist for the Robed Choir. Maxine has
served the school in various clubs and she is also a member of the National
Honor Society. Maxine plans to be a concert pianist in the future.
Friendly "Little Pat" became known to most of us through her excellent iob
as head maiorette. She held the position of typist of both Wah Hoo and
Yearbook Staffs. She was secretary of her home room as well as a member
of many clubs, including Girls' Leaders Club, Drama Club, and Commercial
Service Squad. Her greatest honor came in her l2B semester when she was
elected to the National Honor Society. Besides being active on Dance
Committees and Prom Committees, Pat was also a high honor student. Pat's
willingness to work will certainly aid her in obtaining the position of a
private secretary after graduation.
JUDITH HAGELE J
Active, friendly, vivacious, and popular are only a few descriptions that
size up Judy. She certainly has earned her position in the Hall of Fame.
Judy has been a member of the Robed Choir, Circulation Staff, and a
Cheerleader. Judy is to be congratulated for the fine and unselfish work
that she transmitted to the school. She also received the great honor of
being elected to the National Honor Society. Judy has a strong and vir-
tuous character that will be of a great assistance to her in her field of
Elementary School Teaching. This outstanding girl will be long remembered
MARY LOU HOUPT
Mary Lou participated in many activities at Allegheny. She was elected
president of her home room, and was very active in Student Council. She
attended three Student Council conventions and was a representative that
Allegheny was proud of. She belonged to Girls' Leaders Club, Drama
Club, and was a member of the Junior and Senior Prom Committees as
well as other Dance Committees. She was also a member of the Literary
Staff of the Yearbook. She was willing to do her share, and then some.
She plans to apply for a position in the stenographic division of some large
airline after graduation.
Lenora's warm and sincere personality have helped her win a place in
everyone's memory. No iob is ever too big or too hard for her. Lenora has
done an excellent iob as president of her home room all during her three
years at Allegheny, and held the position of vice president of Student
Council for one semester. Dance Committees, Prom Committees and many
clubs are only a small part of the many activities in which she participated.
Her interest in music was rewarded when Lenora was chosen to represent
Allegheny in the All-City Orchestra. Lenora plans to enter college and
specialize in physical therapy after graduation.
Maria excelled in many activities during her three years at Allegheny. Her
outstanding leadership led her to become treasurer of Student Council as
well as an officer in almost every club she ioined. Besides being Literary
Editor of the Wah Hoo, Maria is a very capable associate editor of the
Yearbook. But perhaps Maria's greatest honor came to her in her iunior
year when she was elected to the National Honor Society. Maria's ener-
getic and hard working qualities made her an asset to dance committees,
as well as to the Junior Prom committee. Maria plans to further her ed-
ucation at college.
Jean will always be remembered for her thoughtful service and for her
genuine personality. Her work on Dance Committees, Prom Committee and
Service Squad has made her an important part of Allegheny's activities.
Two years as United States Stamp Salesman and one year as Wah Hoo
business secretary, proves Jean's service to her school. Jean was chosen as
Allegheny's representative to the Junior Buyer's Convention held by our
local department stores. In Jean's senior year she received the honor and
the ioy of being selected as a member of the National Honor Society.
Jean plans to continue her education after graduation.
Friendly Phyllis was known to practically everyone at Allegheny as head
cheerleader. Cheering was an activity in which Phyllis excelled, and she
proved this through her well-planned pep assemblies time and time again,
but she has participated in many more. Her superb acting ability was
shown when she ioined Drama Club and earned a part in the Christmas
play. She was also a member of the Circulation Staff, a Wah Hoo Repre-
sentative, and a willing worker on Prom and Dance Committees. She be-
came a member of National Honor Society in her senior year. All of these
activities, plus her sparkling personality make Phyllis a student that Alle-
gheny will have a hard time replacing.
GERALDINE R. SEVCIK
Her classmates will always remember Gerry as sincere and fun-loving. She
is always considerate of others and has a wonderful personality. Gerry
has earned her place in the Hall of Fame for her outstanding character-
istics and her undying service to the school. Her activities included, member-
ship in the Robed Choir, Secretary of her home room, Wah Hoo Staff, and
Intramural Sports, to name iust a few. Gerry also sang in a quartette that
appeared in the Variety Shows and also sang for the public. Gerry plans
to become a stenographer after graduation for a large corporation.
Maria has spent much of her time generously serving others and working
hard in various activities. Maria's love of art won her a position on the Art
Staff of the Wah Hoo as early as lOB. During her three years, she ad-
vanced to Art Editor of both the magazine and the Yearbook. The Service
Squad and Prom and Dance Committees constitute only a small part of
Maria's contributions to the school. She held the position of secretary of
Art Club where she displayed her traits of popularity and leadership. Upon
graduation Maria plans to continue and cultivate her wonderful talent of
art at college.
Agnes displays initiative and prominence in every phase of school life.
After attaining the position of a reporter on the Wah Hoo News Staff, she
worked her way up to News Editor and later to Editor-in-Chief. Agnes is
an active member of College Club and dedicates much of her time to the
Commercial Service Club. She is also a member-of Allegheny Service Squad.
Agnes really deserves the honor of being elected to the National Honor
Society during her iunior year. Agnes plans to attend Geneva College and
then enter the field of science as a Marine Biologist.
JOHN R. VRANA
Versatile John has proved himself a leader in all of his many activities. He
devoted much effort to the Wah Hoo where his skill with pictures earned
him the position of Head of Photography. Then in his Senior Year he was
promoted to Editor of the Yearbook. John also assumed an important pan
in sports as basketball manager. ln entertainment, his love of fun lent itself
perfectly to his antics in the Wah Hoo Skits. He served as home room pres-
ident and vice president of Student Council. John's capability and person-
ality found acknowledgement when he was elected into the National Honor
Society. After graduation, John plans to further his education at college.
338 Riverview Avenue
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1618 Howard Street
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Pittsburgh 2, Pa.
of VICKI PAT
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CLIFTON BUILDING AND
2519 Perrysville Ave.
1204 Federal Street
BAIERL CHEVROLET INC.
19th and Duss St.
NORTH SIDE AUTO BODY
185 Ohio St.
Millvale 9, Pa.
Collision da' Painting Service
Glass Installed - Expert Mechanics
BILL Bc HARRY HEESE-Owners
NORTH SIDE WEST VIEW
A. E. JONES COMPANY
Printers, Decorators, Displays
1313 FEDERAL ST.
Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
For the finest baked goods
604 East Ohio Street
BENNY'S SERVICE STATION
Cor. Allegheny 8c Western Ave.
Pittsburgh 33, Penna.
CANTELLA'S FOOD MARKET CHARLOTTE SCHATTEUR
1406 Federal Street
N. S. Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
"We.Aim To Please"
Free Delivery CE-1-9430
Class of 1939
1261 High Street
Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
"WE MOVE THE EARTH"
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1219 Spring Garden Ave.
N. S. Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
One Hour Odorless Cleaning
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1207 Federal St.-Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
Kay Lucas, Prop.
Dorothy Mihalovic, Mgr.
. FORT PITT SUPPLY
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Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
7703 McKnight Road
Allegheny 8: Western Aves.
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3700 Mt. Troy Road
Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
Cor. Allegheny 8a Western Ave.
Pittsburgh 33, Perma.
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HABEL ELECTRIC COMPANY
Laundry Equipment Specialists
Parts dr Service
4513 Butler St.
Pittsburgh 1, Pa.
Noun-I smrs Mews stone
203 East Ohio Street
LUCK AND SUCCESS TO
ALL SENIORS OF A.H.S.
ROOM 328-Top Row: T. Dunphy, P. Bauerle, G. Dooley, A. Fearbry, H. McGhee. Second Row: R. Robson, L. Mueller, E. McCIoin
P. Dursl, M. J. Overbeck, B. Hopf, D. McDode, M. Brown, J. Mook. Third Row: W. Kunlz, D. Noclz, G. Kusles, J. Janecek, M. Clay-
smith, M. Bondi, J. Kobel, S. Lindner, R. McDonough. Bollom Row: 5. Chmelewski, J. Hagele, J. Smclsilg, C. Daley, l.. Edmunds, R
Gordon, G. Georgokokos, J. Biel, C. Abiianoc, R. Shaffer.
STREM'S PICTURE CORNER
9th and Penn Pittsburgh 22, Pa.
ONE HOUR MARTINIZING
614 East Ohio Street
YOUR GARMENTS beautifully
CLEANED and PRESSED
While you work
While you shop
Guaranteed One Hour Service
It Has To Be Good
ONE HOUR CLEANERS
716 East Ohio Street
ROYAL FOOD MKT.
Groceries 1 Meats 1 Vegetables
1243 Penna. Ave.
FA-I-7242 Delivery Service
1000 Chestnut Street
N. S., Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
We Specialize In
Wedding 1 Party - Birthday Cakes
FREE Samples Mailed
Dinner Cards - Napkins - Matches
ONE DAY SERVICE
1223 Spring Garden Ave.
Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
RAYMOND E. SWITZER
1407 Federal Street
N. S. Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
Alfidavits General Notarial Work
Auto Licenses in 24 Hours
529 East Ohio Street
LUCK AND SUCCESS TO
ALL SENIORS OF A.H.S.
ROOM 402-Top Row: J. Poulot, R. Cronin, R. Boros, S. Robinson, S. Hennon, B. Hunt, A. Kois, M. Nist, D. Yost. Middle Row: J
Morgan, H. Reich, R. Sosinski, D. Lenhart, G. Wiedeman, M. A. Scxdowski, R. Morio, N. Griess, C. Snyder, J. Welker. Bottom Row
W. Rodgers, N. Ague, P. Schmitt, E. Belansky, M. Romeres, A. Lintelmon, G. Sevcik, P. Coldercro, M. L. Houpt, Miss Davey, J. Vrana
NORTHERN LIGHT CO.
Complete Line of Lighting
Radio Service .
219 East Ohio Street
900 VVestern Avenue
Pittsburgh 33, Pa.
1619 Lowrie Street
Cleaning, Pressing dr Repairing
Suits Made To Order
1019 Chestnut St.
N. S. Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
UNITED BEDDING CO.
915 Western Ave.
Pittsburgh 33, Pa.
Thomas Pusateri Food Market
908 Western Ave.
Pittsburgh 33, Pa.
Famous for Quality
"SQUARE DEAL REDS"
1442 Lowrie Street
"Prices Are Right -
Day and Night"
Gas - Oil - Lubrication
Federal and Parkhurst Sts.
N. S. PITTSBURGH 12, PA.
"The Friendly Drug Store"
We ojfer you service 24 hrs. a day
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Don't WISH for it
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TROY HILL FEDERAL
SAVINGS 8. LOAN
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We Call For and Deliver
Cleaning - Pressing - Repairing
1106 Federal St.
N. S. Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
2223 Fifth Ave.
Pittsburgh 19, Pa.
TAORMINA'S BARBER SHOP
1202 Federal Street
eix . ,
MAN AGER-IOE EN ZERRA
ROBERT H. LEBO
TO THE -
OF IUNE of
CI aning and Tailoring
600 Foreland St.
FA-I-5862 WISHES TO
FLOWER SHOPPE PERSONAL
For Choice Friends"
1414 B A
P b gh as P
A. J. SCHLOSSER
NORTH SIDE MARKET
BAMRICK, ROBERT JAMES
1247 Voskamp St.
"REMEMBER THE ALAMO"
BREDL'S SERVICE STATION
1231 Spring Garden Ave.
539 East Ohio Street
COMPLIMENTS OF 401
MR. C. WECKERLE
NO LONGER 10B PEASANTS
COMPLIMENTS OF MR. 8: MRS.
JOHN KILANTONIS AND FAMILY
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
GRADUATING CLASS OF '57
FROM ROOM 328, CLASS OF '59
C. W. BLATT
JUNK DEALER, FA-1-9810
E. L. MILLER, PAPERHANGER
1517 East St. - AL-1-7569
617 Lowrie Street
1501 Federal St.
FRANK Sc JOE'S BARBER SHOP
910 Western Ave. CE-1-7523
1513 Federal St.
HERB WALTER SERVICE STATION
Lockhart St. 8: Madison Ave.
JIM WARD-INTERIOR DECORATOR
1119 Fulton Street Pittsburgh, Pa.
JO'S MARKET AL-1-6490
1038 Spring Garden Ave.
KOHLER'S SERVICE STATION
Spring Garden Ave.
1127 Brabec Street
1328 Lowrie Street
MEL BLUMER MOBIL SERVICE
Rt. 8, Wildwood Rd., HU-6-9939
PEARSON'S SERVICE STATION
1011 W. North Avenue
RAYMOND SOSINSKI AL-1-6312
Radio Sales and Service
900 Madison Avenue
206 E. Ohio St. N. S.
SLEMENDA, CHARLES F., JR.
S. MCDONOUGH, PAPERHANGER
1100 Spring Garden Ave.
AND LADIES FROM 12B-427 '57
UNION CAMPING CLUB
606 Nash St. Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
1217 Federal St.
Hot Sausage and Pizza
WESTERN SHOE REPAIR
931 Western Avenue
WILSON SHIRT LAUNDRY
1213 Federal St.
1420 East St.
924 East Street
ACHILLES, GORDON, '54
AGUE, MR. 8a MRS. WM.
AL AND ANNIE, "57"
ALBEE, MR. AND MRS. EARL
ALLEGHENY WVALLPAPER Sc PAINT
ANDERSON, MR. Sc MRS. CALVIN
ANITA AND DON
ANTON, ESTHER-CLASS OF '25
.XRLEEN AND RON
"A TIRED POLICEMAN"
UAUDREY AND MUSCLES"
A IVORD TO THE YVISE IS "MUM"
BACH, MR. AND MRS. E.
BAIERL, THE HERMAN FAMILY
BAIERL, JIMMY-CLASS OF 1950
BAIERL, NANCY-CLASS OF 1954
BARB AND DOTTIE
BARBARA TEETS AND PAT PARKS
BARCH, KARL-CLASS OF "54"
BARCH, LEONA-CLASS OS "55"
BARCH, TED-CLASS OF "59"
BARTOLOTTA, MR. AND MRS. JACK
BASTL, JOS. L.
BASTL, MARILYN, 424
BAUER, LOIS AND TWINS
BAUMBACH, MRS. C.
BEATTIE, MR. AND MRS. WM.
BEATTY, MR. AND MRS.
BEGGAN, ZORA M.
BENNARDO, MR. 8: MRS. SAMMY
BEN'S FOOD MARKET CE-I-8368
BEVERLY FARMS DAIRY
BILL'S CONFECTIONERY STORE
BOB AND MARGIE, "57"
BOEHM, FRANKIE AND JOEY
BOOTH, MR. AND MRS. L.
BOOTH, MRS. MARY
BORAS, MR. AND MRS. MARTIN
BOWMAN, EVELYN Sc NICK
BRABEC, ELWOOD D.
BRICELAND, CHARLES L.
BRITTNER, MR. AND MRS F.
BROWN, MR. AND MRS. JOHN J.
BRUBACH, MRS. MARILYN
BUCHER, MRS. RICHEY
BUD AND CAROLE
BURKE'S AUTO STORE-N. S.
BURKHOLDER, MRS. MILDRED
BUTLER, BILL AND JERRY
CAMPBELL, MR. AND MRS. JOHN
CAROL AND JOE, "57"
CAROL AND RICH
CAROLYN AND MOONIE
CARR, MR. AND MRS. EDWARD
CATHY PETRITIS-GLORIA TEETS
CELIK, BILL, "54"
CERNY, MR. AND MRS. JOHN
CHARLES AND ELOISE
CHARLOTTE, DOT, NANCY, PAT
CHARLOTTE AND RICH
CHATHAM, DEANNA, 12A-205
CHESTER AND CHILDREN
CLAPPERTON, ROSE ANN
CLASS OF JUNE '54
CLIFF AND ELLIE
C. M. HARASTY COMPANY
COME TO YOUNG LIFE CLUB
COMPLIMENTS OF ART AND JOE
COMPLIMENTS OF MR. BAKUNAS
COMPLIMENTS OF JAMES BULLITT
OF CLASS OF '25
OF 406-JUNE '58
OF A FRIEND
OF A FRIEND
OF RUTH HARRISON
OF HERM 8c ROSE
OF THE KING
OF MISS RAMSEY
OF R. J. K.
5 " if
COMPLIMENTS OF ROOM 429
CONAWAY, MARY E.
COPPICK, MR. Sc MRS. GEORGE
CORK AND JOAN
COWLEY REC., GEO. sf ROGER
CRAWFORD, CAROL, JUNE 1956
DANKY, MR. AND MRS. JOS.
DARRYL AND GRACE
DEIN TREUER VEREHRER, HANS
DEMOCRATS, 14 DIST., 26 WARD
DENISON, MR. Sc MRS. WM. J.
DERGANCE, MR. AND MRS. M.
DICKMAN, MR. AUGUST J.
DICKMAN, MRS. MARIE
DICKMAN, TILLIE, CLASS OF '48
DIETZ, TOM AND AUDREY
DIPRIMA, JO, CLASS OF '55
DOGHOUSE INC., THE
DOLLY AND' JOSH, 1956
DON ADAMETZ-ROSE MORIO, '57
DOOLEY, MR. AND MRS.
DULGEROFF, MR. sf MRS. S. J.
DUFFY, JOHN, NANCY, DUKE
DURST FAMILY, THE
EBERT, MR. H. J.
EDMONDS, MARY L.
EFTHIMIADES, PAUL, JUNE '55
EILEEN AND JOHNNY
ELWOOD AND GAIL
ENGINE COMPANY, 52
ERNIE AND GRACE
ETHEL AND GEORGE
EYLES, MR. Xc MRS. WM. H.
FACEMIRE, CHARLES E.
FAMOUS KNIFE-1956, THE
FAREWELL FROM I2A's, 227
FEILING, ED, ROOM 125-12A
FIRST U. P. COMMUNITY HOUSE
F. L. FLACK Sc COMPANY
FLACK, MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM
FLOYD, MRS. ELIZABETH
FLYNN, JIM, "55"
FOERTSCH, AUDREY, JUNE '56
FOX, MRS. FLORENCE A.
FRANCES CLEANING SHOP
FRANCES DRY CLEANING
FRAN, EDDIE sf VALERIE ANN
FRANK'S SHOE SERVICE
FREDERICK, MR. Sc MRS. M. J.
FRISCHLER, MR. sc MRS. C.
FROLIK, MR. Sc MRS. CHARLES
GALLO, EDMOND C.
"GANG FROM CITY VIEW"
GARVEY, MRS. K.
GEETING, ELAINE-JUNE "56"
GEISELHART, HENRY J.
GEISSLER, H., CLASS OF '25
GILLESPIE, WM. N.
GINNY AND BOB
"GINNY AND RAY"
GIRLS BOGGS-BUHL DRESS DEPT
GRAY, MRS. JENNY
GREEN, MR. sf MRS. M. Sc CATHY
GRIESS, HARRIET AND WALTER
GRIMM, EXP.-FAi1-5950, L.L.
GROSSMAN FAMILY, THE
GSCHWEND, MRS. EDITH
GUENTHER, H., A FRIEND
HAGELE, MR. Xa MRS. A. W.
HAHNER, MR. Sc MRS. JOSEPH
HAL'S PALS 3-D, '56
HEASLEY, JIM, '56
HEFRIGHT, MR. 8c MRS. C. E.
HEFRIGHT, CLOYD AND WILMA
HEINTZ, MR. AND MRS. A.
HERRMANN, MR. AND MRS. FRED
HILBERT, MRS. ANNA
HILBERT, M. W.
HNATOW, ED AND MARIE
HOEGEL, RUTH AND CHARLES
HOPE, MR. AND MRS. EARL L.
HOUPT, JANICE, "ss"
HOUPT, MR. sf MRS. LESTER L.
HOUPT, MARY LOU, "57"
HUBERT, A. J.-NEW KENSINGTON
IDA AND TONY
IMHOF, MR. AND MRS. GEORGE
JACK AND JUDY
JAN AND JERRY
JANCZAK, HELEN AND SON
JANECEK, MR. ARTHUR
JANECEK, MRS. ROMAINE
JANET HEYL Sc LLOYD ROMBACH
JEFFERIES, MARY C.
JERRY'S RADIO-Tv SERVICING
JO AND ANDY
JOAN AND MIKE
JOANNE AND BILL, 1957
JOANNE AND VIC
JOE LaFRANCA'S GROC. STORE
JOE AND TOOTIE
JOHNNIE AND JACKIE
jOHN'S GENERAL STORE
JOHN REG-MEATS, GROCERIES
J. KAPPELER gf C. SCHLARP
JUDD, MR. AND MRS. GENE
JUDY HAGELE Sc JOHN NOVAK
KALABA, MR. AND MRS. RICHARD
KAPRUS, LEO, JUNIOR
KARANZAS, DELORES, JUNE 1950
KATE, BOB sc BINGO
KELLY, MRS. ANN
KETTERLE, MORRIS, JR.
KIRIN, MR. PETER
KIRIN, MRS. ROSE
KOCIAN, PAT, "55"
KOEHLER, MR. sc MRS. ROBERT
KOLLAR, MRS. ELIZABETH
KONZIER, MR. Sc MRS. RUDOLPH
KOSIK, MR. sf MRS. BARNEY
KOZAK, CHARLES, 227-12A
KRAFT, MISS HELEN
KRAFZIG, GUS AND ETHEL
KRAMER, FRANK AND NORMA
KRANCE, MR. AND MRS. JOHN
KRIEBEL, MR. sc MRS. JOSEPH
KR1SKO'S MEAT MARKET
KRUPA, MRS. JOHN
KURTZ, MR. Sc MRS. EDWARD W.
KURTZ, FRANK, "54"
KURTZ, MR. sf MRS. WILLIAM D.
KUSTES, MR. AND MRS. GABRIEL
LABER, MR. AND MRS. E.
LABER, NANCY, 401
LADAKOS, MR. Sc MRS. PETER
LANG, JOSEPH, JR.
LARSA, MR. Sc MRS. HARRY, JR.
LEES, HARRY AND JESSIE
LEO AND GERRY, JAN. '54
LEROY AND MARVELLA
LITTLE RED AND SONNY
LITTLE, SAM J.-INSURANCE
LOIS AND BUTCH
LOUGHERY, EN. DAN P., U.S.N.
LOUGHERY, MR. sc MRS. RUSS
L0 V,UOLA, JOSEPH T.
LYNCH, MR. AND MRS. E.
LYNCH, MR. AND MRS. E. P.
MAGOOSE AND MUGGS OF 328
MAJOR, GEORGE R.
MANCE, MRS. MARGARET AND FAMILY
MANCHESTER BOWLING ALLEYS
MARAK, JOHN, JR.
MARGIE AND BILL
MARIE AND PAUL
MARLENE AND BOB, 1957
MARLENE AND HERBY
MARLENE AND LEONARD
MARSH, JOHN D., "47"
MARSHALL, WM., CLASS OF '-56"
MARSHALL, MRS. WILLIAM
MARTENS, RUTH H.
MARY LOU Sc ART
MARY Sc SPIKE
MAUND, SHIRLEY, "53"
MCCARTNEY, EARL, OLIvER 1946
MCELHATTEN, BILL sc TILLIE
MCKERNAN, MR. AND MRS. FRANK
MCMAHON, MR. AND MRS. ROBERT
MEMBERS 53 ENG. Sc TRUCK CO.
METZGER, CAROL, JUNE '56
MILLER, BARBARA ANN
MISIAK, A. J.
M.M.K., S.A.C., G.O.T. SOCIETY
MOMPER, MRS. HELEN
MOMPER, MRS. LORETTA
MONAHAN, MRS. FRANCES
MORIO, MR. Sc MRS. HARRY W.
MORIO, ROSEMARIE, 402
MURPHY, CATHERINE, 309
MURPHY, MRS. SOPHIE
MUEHLBAUER, JO sf ANDY
MYERS, LAURA M.
NANCY AND PAUL, "57"
NAUER, JEAN AND CHUCK
NINO AND CATHY
NOVAK, MR. AND MRS. CHARLES
NOVAK, MR. 8c MRS. JOHN
O'KEEFE, MRS. HELEN
OKLOTA, MR. AND MRS. S.
'OL BUDDY BILL
ORREN AND RUTH
OSTRY, MRS. ANNA
OVETTA TURNER BEAUTY SALON
PACE, MR. 8c MRS. JOSEPH JR.
PATISEK, BESS I
PATTY, BOB, AND BRUCE
PAVLIS, MR. AND MRS. WM.
PETE AND LORETTA
PGH. VERONA OAKMONT EXP.
PHYLLIS, CAROLE, MARGE, 57
PLATTER, IRENE, -'55"
POZNIK, STEPHEN J.
PRACHT, MR. HARRY C.
PRINTING THAT PLEASES
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R-B PRESS, THE, 726 AVERY
REAGLE, RAY LEE
RICH AND MARGE
ROBERT AND YVONNE
ROBSON, EVELYN, CLASS OF '56
RODRIGUES, MARIE, '58
RODRIGUES, TONI, '55
RODGERS, WILLIAM A.
ROMICK, ROY, ROOM 227-12A
ROSE Xc zIGGIE
ROSE LANG sf LEE GUTMANN
ROWDA, MR. Sc MRS. ROBERT
RICH AND DARLENE, "57"
RICHTER, MR. sf MRS. LOUIS
RIEMENSCHNEIDER, H. E. 8c M. L.
RIPLEY CLOTHING CO.
RITTER, JOHN, GRADUATED 1950
RUDY, MRS. J. P.
RYAN, CATHERINE, JUNE 1954
SADOWSKI, MARY ANN, 402
SAM AND ROSIE
SANDY AND EDDIE
SCHIEFELBEIN, BILL, 402
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SCHIEFELBEIN, MR. 8: MRS. G.
SCHIEFELBEIN, MR. 8: MRS. W.
SCHLEGEL, MR. 8: MRS. E.
BILL sc JANE
SCHNEIDER, ANTHONY C.
STRUHAR, MRS. FRANK
SUELZLE, MISS ESTHER
SUMMERVILLE, RUSTY "THE BRAT"
THOMAS, RUTH AND PAUL 7
TINA AND EUGENE '
TOREK, MR. sc MRS. JAMES I
THREE RACRETEERS, THE
USSACK, MR. sc MRS. A. L.
VAN ESSEN, DR. 8: MRS. WM.
SCHULTZ, MR. 8: MRS. ANTHONY
SCHUMACHER, MR. 8: MRS. PAUL
SCHWARTZ, NICK, CLASS OF '36
SEEBERGER, MR. 8: MRS. R. V.
SEVCIK, MR. 8: MRS. FRANK
SEVCIK, FRANKIE, A.H.S. '67?
SEVCIK, GERRY-402, JUNE "57"
SHEP 8: MARIE
SHIRL, GLORY, MARGE
SHORT ARMS BERRY
SIKORSKI, FRANK R.
SIS AND SHEREE
SLAIS, MRS. HILDA
SLAWIK, FRED '
SLEMENDA, CHARLES 8: CHARLENE
SLEMENDA, MRS. CHARLES F.
SMALSTIG, MR. WM.
SMALSTIG, MRS. WM.
SMILEY, JAMES, CLASS OF 1919
SMIT, WEIS, BAGGIE MAGGIE
SPRACALE FRUIT COMPANY
SPERANDEO'S SUNOCO SERVICE
STANDFAST, MR. 8: MRS. C.
STANDFAST, FROM MIKE 8: CHUCK
STEWARD, AILEEN "R", '48
STITMAN, MR. 8: MRS.
VOLOVSKY, MICHAEL J.
VRANA, MR. ALFRED
VRANA, MRS. MARION
VRANA, JOHN R. M.
WALCH, STANTON, CLASS OF 1926
WALKER, MRS. AND SON
WALTER, MR. zz. MRS. RAY
WAMBOLDT, MR. AND MRS.
WATSON BEAUTY SALON
WATSON, MISS RUTH
WAXTER, MR. AND MRS. CHARLES
WEBER, ALBERT ,CLASS OF 1920
WEHNER, MR. sc MRS. HENRY
WEIDNERS MARKET, FA-1-0673
WEISS, MRS. FRANK
WETZEL, MRS. DOROTHY W.
WICKLINE, MR. sc MRS. RUSSELL
WIEGAND, JOAN, A SOPHOMORE
WIELAND, MRS. VIRGINIA
W. MESSMER AUTO REPAIR
WOLTER, MR. sc MRS.'
WUKOSON, M. sc MRS. CEO.
WYSOCKI, MR. AND MRS. J.
Y.M.C.A. MOTHER'S CLUB
ZOELLE, MRS. MINNIE
ZOOM, GREETINGS FROM
ZOTTER, MR. 8. MRS.
ZUNIC, MARLENE A.
ZUNIC, STEPHEN J., JUNE '55
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