Townville High School - Memories Yearbook (Townville, PA)

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QuMQQMQM'PoQMHhhhhhhhoahhikahkahkhhhkhhhhfhmn Qihcwhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhcahhhhh 'QQQGQMQMHWQCQQ BLUEULD Published By The Graduating Class Steuben-Townville Vocational High School Townville, Pa. Nineteen Hundred Thirty-seven r h hahahahaha haaaahhaaaahahhhhahahagfqag Dffyhuhhaaaaa hahahahaha a h aah aa hhhhhh Page 2 B L U G O L D A fewqwqwauahwwwauwwfeawfeafafqwhfefqhfqw-mwah249Q D619aswef-awwwawwwwwwaewhhwqfeaauawawwhfqhazaa STEUBEN-TOWNVILLE HIGH How often have we heard the sighs, The discontented cry. How few of us did realize, Your vforth, oh! Townville High! Your noble aims misunderstood, Your efforts were for our own good. Now for our lack of gratitude, Regretfully we sigh! But when we launch into the world, Ambition roaring high, Your colors we will then unfurl, And use your battle-cry. And now we're filled with gratitude For we can earn our livelihood. You have giv'n us mental food, We love you, Townville High. Q wmmauwmawawwwuamuwwhhcwl D696f-mwhmwmwf-mewavmuwnmf-muwewwaawhwawe.as BLUGOLD Page3 weanahhweweQwuwweawf-ahaaahwmf-mana'-nf-meanQJQQ B639f-hahwwhhwawhmwwmhhwwaemwwqewhwhwea DEDICATIO The graduating class of 1937 dedi- cates this year book to the Alumni of Steuben-Townville High School. ammmwwmwmmwawmummawawhwawuaw5196 DQyaQwhofaan0,whenwmuhwhawhhwwmwaawaazwaw Page-4 BLUGOLD mwahnewwwwwwwwweuwwawwafqwvmfqahmwwwuzwf-anQQU M99wewmuwmeaaqwaawwfehwwwwhcqwwww-sawn-fqwwwq MISS MARY LOUISE NASER A.B.-Grove City College MR. JOHN HARVEY B. S.-Edinboro State Teachers' College Graduate Work--Allegheny College The Facult , xg, MR. EDWIN H. DURFEE B.S.-Grove City College G raduate Work-Columbia Uni- versityg University of Pitts- burghg Penn State Collegeg Allegheny College if MISS ANN NASON B. S.-Hood College 1 MR. JACOB BUMGARDNER B. S.-Penn State College Graduate Work-Penn State Collegeg Cornell University wwwuuwwwwwmawhamwmhwawahwwmahwhhh6196 Bvbhamammwmhmaammwwwhwawwwhwahwwa B L U G O L D Page 5 f-.aw-arewehf-QfeeuGawscacseoeaeaeaemesheseaeaeaeehfeheahhheefeQJQQ D639feGaeufeeaf-aheafef-me-lcesafqesGa-fqf-aeaeoheaeaf-sf-wwf-aeshhhhhw CG7ze Staff of the e73lugola' This year the Senior Class of Steuben-Townville High School de- cided to publish a year book. Our first step was to select a staff: Editor-in-Chiefs.- .W ,,r,,,,, Mary Ellen Peavy Business Manager .,..., ,e.., - --Katherine Bandley Associate Editors VEVa Mae Lee lLouise Ingraham fDorothy Carpenter ' Eloise Barr Evelyn Clark Vivian Culver lGertrude Cmhering Advertising Managers Mignon Abraham Mabel Woolstrum Reporters . - - .... Ruth Mallinee Irene Hanna Margaret Squier Typist eee. - l e.ie.ieeee...,,r, . ..,,, E e.,e.e, ,. .... ......,. J anet Carpenter It was the hope of the staff to present an annual that would be an attractive year book of the life of the school and yet not so elaborate as to impose a financial burden upon the school or the public. They met and made their plans for the material of this book. Their main wish was to have no student feel a regret as to the part he or she has played in the school life of Townville High. Due recognition is given to the staff as well as to all students of the school in general for their co-operation. ' It is the hope of the staff that the readers of this book of school life will derive every enjoyment possible and also some wholesome educational knowledge. l wfhwwawehafehahahahaha:-sfemuawehwhwuwmw6196 Wjaahwwwumamhawlahehwwawwawawawahwwma Page 6 B L U G O L D Qwhfehw-anwwawfqhwwaaeawwhwwqeaaeaeawhoawwwaafqenfgq DQQGaawwawaeahcaQawaaweafaeahhheewohqf-awhwhafewwfa Senior Class of '3 ofthe Steuben-Townville Joint Vocational High School CLASS OFFICERS President , .o,, ,S SSS, L i,oioo Katherine Bandley Vice President ,ooeoo oooooo Mary Ellen Peavy Secretary S.S, S Dorothy Carpenter Treasurer L .,oevoo Louise Ingraham CLASS MOTTO "Rowing, Not Drifting" CLASS FLOWER American Beauty Rose CLASS COLORS Old Rose and Silver HONOR STUDENTS Mary Ellen Peavy Eva Mae Lee Gertrude Cwhering wmmmwmmmahwaaaawhwawaamahhha5196 B626ummmmewwwhwmahhmuwawwmmahemuhQ B L U G O L D Page f-.ihbiwvmnewwhen-awe'-ahmwaehhawesfemwhahwuuC491 D659hawemwaeseaf-Qwwcseseshhw-ww-of-sesame'-swfehhwfqwa FW M717 4 Ny, - KATHERINE BANDLEY . . . "Kay" - ry, X A ' 9 She's small and sedate, cute and proper, too, From this description, you should know whois who. , Kay has not been idle during her high school years. She N has earned four letters playing on the Girls' Varsity bas- ketball team. She was a member of the Dramatic, Tri-Hi-Y and Glee Clubs. Her offices have not been few, either. - When she was a Sophomore, she was secretary of her class. f During both her Junior and Senior years she was president. E'21i ' , She has also made a very able president for the Athletic Association. She was secretary and treasurer of the Com- mercial Club and when it came to selecting a business man- ager for the yearbook, we could not think of a better person than Kay. She was also in the Senior play. Xl . X P s X s s We x, r' f X Q X MIGNON ABRAHAM . . . "Gige" Strength and strategy will put you to the front. Look at "Gige" if you don't believe it. Mignon won four letters in Girls' Varsity basketball. Dur- ing her Freshman and Sophomore years she was the vice president of her class. In her Senior year she has been a member of both the Commercial and Dramatic Clubs. She had the part of the housekeeper in the Senior play. MARY ELLEN PEAVY Step after step the ladder ascended. And now she's at the top, for sle is our Valedictorian. When she was a Sophomore, she was the class president. During her Senior year she was vice president of the class, vice president of the Commercial Club, president of the Tri-Hi-Y, advertising manager of "The Torchf' editor-in- chief of the yearbook, and a member of the Dramatic Club. She was the mother in the Senior play. LOUISE INGRAHAM . . . "Bus" Cheerfulness and good will make labor light. Louise has been a member of the Dramatic, Commercial, Tri-Hi-Y and Glee Clubs and played a guitar in the or- chestra. As for her offices, she was secretary of the class in her Sophomore and Junior years and treasurer in her Senior year. She also was an associate editor of the year- book. She was in the Senior play. .l. i.,, ,.,,,. if hahahahQswwewsesesescacsesbiaheneaesescsescsesvbessscseaesGYLQQ DGP:feweGsaweGsGsfsfehesesissshaweseseseahfeesisesweshhhwqM 7 Page 8 BLUGOLD 5HHHHQMHHHHMMQMMHQHMQMHMMQMMHHQMMHHQDWu DSN92:hhEMMHMMMHHQHMHMMMMHQMHQMMQMMHMQMBQ TA, x T , 1 4 . ., A. V g A , ..,: Q j .. . f 'S - .1,..,...-......-..-------1 - DOROTHY CARPENTER . . . "Carpy" A good pal in any kind of weather. During her Senior year, Dorothy was busy. She was secretary of her class, student manager of the girls' basketball team, circulation manager of the yearbook, and a member of both the Tri-Hi-Y and Commercial Clubs. She was the newspaper woman in the Senior play. EVELYN CLARK . . . "Ev" If you don't aim high You will never hit high. She sang in the Glee Club her first three years in high school. In her Senior year she was a mem- ber of the Commercial Club. ELOISE BARR . . . "Sally" Giggles, funny stories, laughter of all huesg That's Sally's way of chasing the blues. She was president of her class when a Freshman. During her Junior and Senior years she played a saxaphone in the orchestra. In her Senior year she was a member of the Tri-Hi-Y and Commercial Clubs. She was also in the Senior play. IRENE HANNA . . . "Tinker" A worthy member of our class is "Tinker", we say! We know success will follow her as she goes on her way. Irene was a member of the Commercial, Dramatic and Glee Clubs and was sports editor of "The Torch." She was the real estate agent in the Senior play. mwmnhmmmumhahmhhhm5K9Q Dvawhmmmamwmmwmmmhmwmwmwwmw BLUGOLD Pa.ge9 'ewannewawwwan-lwefesaesaf-aeawf-aemheasmfesseshf-Q2453K BC939Qsafqhfqw-shfeahwahfef-af-ww-mwsmuafdqhhwzhfqwa aw Y xt y ff W x 'L . --N. E EK 7. f . .. Q .- X . i lk GSS -- . ik lx X X an ss ss S X s s X xx X ssh X if sexi? .. .g-2: my .S s '- ' A A -is i --1--1.-..-....,...,i.., K i B MARGARET SQUIER . . . "Squiger" My favorite, I might say my only study, is man. She was a member of the Commercial, Tri-Hi-Y and Glee Clubs and was treasurer of her class for three years. EVA MAE LEE Good sense and good nature are never separated. Although Eva Mae has only been with us two years, she has worked her way into almost every activity of our school. Everyone enjoys her trumpet solos. She is our salutatorian, too. During her first three years she sang in the Glee Club. She was a mem- ber of the Dramatic, Commercial and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs and played a trumpet in the orchestra. She was associate editor of the yearbook and was the society girl in the Senior play. GENELLA SHORTS . . . "Shorty" Here's a girl that we all love, My how she likes to dance! She is jolly, fine, and a mighty good sport, You can see that at a glance. Genella was a member of the Commercial and Glee Clubs. She was the sales manager of the school paper, "The Torch." Her part in the Senior play was that of a girl who insisted on singing although it drove other people crazy. GERTRUDE GHERING . . . "Gertie" Where there's a will there's a way. Gertie was a member of the Dramatic, Commercial, Tri-Hi-Y and Glee Clubs. She has earned two let- ters playing on the Girls' Varsity basketball team. In her Senior year she was vice president of the Athletic Association. She was in the Senior play. MWQQMMQQQQQQQMQQMQQQMQGKQG Bvawmaemwwwmmmewmmmmmhmmaeh Page10 BLUGOLD QweQwwehwauwhawwwwwawefqweawwaumwwwqw0,631 Bgyilwhheuauwmhmmammmmmmwhwaaawwb A X 1 N fi. W, VIVIAN CULVER . . . "Biddy" Happy and pleasant with never a care, Ready to go with you anywhere. She was a member of the Dramatic and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs and was one of the girls who took Home Eco- nomics four years. CHERRY JOHNSON . . . "Chi1'y" The best in life is conversation. Cherry also studied in the Home Economics depart- ment for four years. When the Vocational girls made fondant for Easter eggs, Cherry was indis- pensable. DORIS JOHNSON . . . "Dot" She is quiet and dependable In every way comm-endable. The way was not so easy for Doris when she first started to school in Townville High. She was not well acquainted, but by her good nature, has worked her way into the hearts of her classmates. GRACE WERLING Sometimes quiet, sometimes shy But the rest of the time-Oh My! Grace is another one of the girls who took four years of Vocational work. She also sang in the Glee Club. , ,, -4 hhhhhhhhhhkhhhhhhkahhhhhkhbhhhhhhhhihH96 DWDQHHHHQMMHHHHHHHMQHQHMMGQHMQGQHMMHWHMQZ BLUGOLD Page11 QfeufqwawQweGahaaaasaaawaemaacawwaahf-ahahaQKSH D659HGasawevihe-4-as-anwaeawafeemevwsafqwwawhmwmawwaa X x ar J .XXX 1 ff 1 Q . NXE J lf' 4 if I Sf ' - . gp Y le , . was-gi i k' ,W Q ss 1. 2573 I' 15 a fm EE I 'T i ef 3 Q -. es f sg KN. I es , r es ss i f I 9 S i it S .1.1................l--1-l- .l....1........il.-.-.-. l........l.....L....1..1-...-.-.. MABEL WOOLSTRUM . . . "Bubbles" She was just the quiet kind Whose nature never varied. Since Mable came to our school she has always been tiny. My idea is that she never will grow up. However, Mable did her part in school and I am sure that we couldn't have done without her. Her "tiny fingers" seem to like the typewriter keys. JANET CARPENTER . . . "Jan" A loving, faithful friend is Jan, She always lends a helping handg Whether at work or whether at play She willingly helps throughout the day. She was a member of the Commercial and Dramatic Clubs and played a violin in the orchestra. REX HOLCOMB . . . "Here" I hear, yet say not much, but think the more. Rex has done that wonderful thing and graduated from high school. Although many pitfalls occurred along the way, he has succeeded and is one of the Senior Twenty. We wish him further success in life. KENNETH YOCHUM . . . "Guerdon" For what I will, I will, and there an end. Kenneth's main ambition was to graduate, and he succeeded. Perhaps his next achievement will be in the agricultural field. In his Senior year he was student manager of the boys' basketball team. 'bhhhhhhhMEMhkhhhhhhhhhhhhhhkhhhhhhhMSW nvbhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhikkhhhhhhhhhhh Page12 BLUGOLD uawfweaewqhwmwamewwemwvmwwmahwfwheafgf B679asGefaGaQsawaeavaweswavswfaeaeameawfqfquawfewewfqwwaese fb Glass .L oem 'Twas in the fall of thirty-three When Labor Day rolled 'roundg And no more days could we call free, To lessons we were bound. Before the door, there stood a group Of students large and small: We, Freshmen, in a frightened troup O'erwhelmed by Seniors all, When open wide the doors were flung, We wandered down the hall: Still close together we all clung, 'Till we heard the class bells call. Days became weeks, Weeks became months, And soon we Freshmen green, Who at the door stood frightened once As Sophomores could be seen. We studied hard that Sophomore year, Also, some parties had: We never thought nor did we fear That final tests might make us sad. So many were the days that passed In fun and study, too, But we were very glad at last When that Sophomore year was through. Between the Sophomore and the Senior, ln the height of our school career, We entered in as Juniors And spent another year. As Juniors we were dignified In thought and action, too. ' You see we've never lost that pride As some are apt to do. And as the year drew to an end, We planned with care and ease A lovely banquet, well prepared, The Senior class to please. To school again we all returned On last September eight, And for Commencement each one yearned But yet we had to wait. We threw ourselves into our work And other activities, too: None did the Hallowe'en party shirk, And to our year book we were true. We've worked so very hard this year And completed a record so fine, So we must be careful not to blur That record in future time, School life has been so joyous With teachers and friends so near, Always ready to comfort and help us When clouds seem dark and drear. Our motto, "Rowing, Not Drifting," ls very good for us all: If we follow our course without shifting None by the wayside shall fall. And now this happy high school life Has drawn to a happy close, And what the future holds for us Only our Father knows. -Louise Ingraham mmm QMQQQQQGMQQQQQQGWLQE Uyahmwmammmwwammwmwwmmmamw v BLUGOLD Page13 QWnhhfehHHHQHHHMHHMHHHHHMHQHMMHMQHHMHQQU new-nueeseaesfeaaaeseeseosfeeeeewaa-Qaewewezwawh .7 .iuroplzecy on cz Rose England! Blue skies, castles and flowers! Three weeks ago I left American soil, to see the land of kings. Today I was invited to the home of a young nobleman. After tea I strolled into the garden to see thousands of beautiful flowers-lilacs, zenias and larkspurg the sun shone brightly and as a faint warm breeze kissed my cheeks, everything dazzled, and I stooped and picked a rose, an American Beauty Rose! And in the center of that rose came a picture, a picture of a graduating class in nineteen hundred and thirty-seven. Yes, ten years have passed and the class has wandered -wandered to goals then unknown. Intently I watched our class flower, and as I gazed upon it, it faded, and on each petal ap- peared a classmate. A voice came to my ears. "Mark time! Left- Right-Left-Rightg Forward march!" Didl rec- ognize that voice? Yes, it was the voice of my dear classmate, Mignon Abraham, teaching a physical education class at Slippery Rock. On another petal, I see the lights of Holly- wood blazing the name "Genella Shorts," star- ring in a 1947 production of "Swing Time." Who is this? Horn-rimmed glasses, a book, and a pointer. Why, I believe it is Evelyn Clark. Yes! She's teaching a kindergarten class on Higby Hill. Another petal! Here is one of our boys. This is Rex Holcomb, our author. He has just finished a book entitled, "How To Keep Happy Tho' Married." On this petal I see a great circus in action -elephants, monkeys, kangaroos, and clowns, but my attention becomes centered on a little group at one side, for Mabel Woolstrum is posing as the midget of the stage. As I turn the rose, I see a saleslady knock- ing at the door of a little cottage. A child comes to the door, she calls her mother and the former Janet Carpenter appears. The sales- lady speaks, "Wouldn't you like to buy a sub- scription to our paper? I am Irene Hanna, an agent for the Curtis Publishing Company?" Next I see that the former Grace Werling has spent the first nine years of her married life seeing America first in a trailer. What is this? I don't understand. Oh, now I know! Mr. E. H. Durfee, our principal, has retired from his position in the Townville school, and who stands in his place but Doro- thy Carpenter! Believe me, she rules that school with an iron hand. In a little shop on a busy little street in New York, I see Vivian Culver. She has made good use of her vocational training at Town- ville and handles her little delicatessen shop in true business fashion. Now this is something different, a white dress and capg I am sure it is Doris Johnson. Well, look what she is working on-a woman! Yes. Doris studied beauty culture, and with a little bit more make-up applied with those skillful hands, I'll bet that woman won't look the same. And here is Cherry. She is a nurse now. We certainly can't say those "Johnson girls"' don't do their part for humanity. Well, what is this? A low rambling house with cactus growing around it. Someone is sitting on the "patio." Have you guessed? It is Louise Ingraham with her cowboy husband. Incidently, when Louise went west, she took her guitar with her. On another petal I see the former Gertrude Gheringg she is in a boat with her husband. Yes, she's still fishing. On a great stage in Chicago, I hear pouring forth from a trumpet the clear notes of Schu- bert's "March Militaire," played by Eva Mae Lee, our trumpet soloist. Here on this rose petal is a picture of a large, prosperous looking farm. A large sign says, "Model Farm of America." I wonder who lives here. Maybe the mailbox will tell us. Let us look. Kenneth W. Yochum! That must be what Kenny was planning for when he studied agriculture so industriously back at Townville. As I look into my rose I see in the rush and hurry in New York City a familiar face. Can it be true? ,Yes, Eloise Barr has reached the height of society life. She is one of the four hundred. I think she married a Dupont. A dinner party in the White House? The grace and ease of the charming hostess sug- gests my making a closer observation. She is none other than "Mary Ellen Peavyf' From the role of "first in the Senior class of 1937" she has become "First Lady of the Land in 1947." And last of all, I see Margaret Squier, still back in Townville. She is trying to make up her mind as to which estate she would rather hold a share in, the Slingluff, the Ellison, or the Lamb. The pictures fade-but my rose remains. Yes, for a few brief moments I have been back in Townville with my classmates. And again a faint, warm breeze ruffles the petals of my rose and I return to reality. All this is a strange world to us today, for fate is our only guide, and little do we know where it will lead us. However, we cannot stop with fate-we must keep "rowing and not drifting." Katherine Bandley. Hbhhhhhhhhhhhhkhhhhhhhaoihhkhhhhhhhhgb BWaHQMMHQMHHHHHMHHQHHHHMMHMQhhhhkhkhhak Pagel-4 BLUGOLD ' QhhHHMhhhhMhhhhhhkhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhQKQQD619HHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Colass Cwill We, the Senior class of Steuben-Townville High School of Crawford county, state of Penn- sylvania, in this year of our Lord nineteen hundred and thirty-seven, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make, establish and declare this to be our last will and testament. In order to secure a lasting remembrance of our most brilliant class, we give and be- queath the following: To the Juniors we leave our Senior dignity. To the Sophomores we leave our ability to study our lessons and to conduct an orderly classroom. To the Freshmen we leave our highclass ideas. To the faculty we leave our gratitude for their kind help in keeping us rowing, not drifting. Some of our classmates being well blessed with worldly possessions, bequeath the follow- ing to members of the under-classes who have not been so fortunate as they: Eloise Barr leaves her motherly affection for Braden Lake to Margaret Kingsley. Rex Holcomb leaves his well-beaten path to Titusville to Harland Corliss. To future class presidents, Katherine Band- ley leaves her ability to argue with Mr. Durfee. Irene Hanna willingly bequeaths her way with men to Frances Arnold. To anyone so inclined Genella Shorts leaves her rhythmical swing. Evelyn Clark leaves her formula on how to keep thin to Evelyn Markley. Doris Johnson leaves her ability to master French to all future French students. Margaret Squier leaves her membership to the Man-haters Club to Josephine Hellem. To anyone who needs them, Eva Mae Lee's sophisticated airs. Kenneth Jochum leaves his farming ability to Frank Woolstrum. To Hazel Fiske, Mabel Woolstrum's inabil- ity to grow tall. Janet Carpenter leaves her bashful ways to Louise Doerr. Louise Ingraham leaves her coquettish glances to anyone who can acquire the art. Dorothy Carpenter leaves a well-filled date- book to Edna Van Cise. Mary Ellen Peavy leaves her intellectual ability to Clinton McLaren. Cherry Johnson leaves all her discarded engagement rings to Gladys Mosher. Gertrude Ghering does not want to leave Bud to anyone and as for other worldly pos- sessions she has none. Grace Werling leaves her ability to cook to Lillian Smith. Vivian Culver leaves her stubborn ways to Rachal Mallinee. Mignon Abraham leaves her ambitious na- ture to anyone who wants it. To our fellow classmates we leave the priv- ileges we didn't get, the gum we couldn't chew, the lectures we got, the low grades we didn't want, the paper wads we couldn't throw, and the famous people they wouldn't let us be. All the rest of our property not herein disposed of we give and bequeath to Mr. Dur- fee, for his use and benefit, to be disposed of for the good of the coming, and as he may see fit. And of this, our last will and testament, we appoint Mr. Durfee sole executor. And in witness thereof we, the Senior class of nine- teen hundred and thirty-seven, set our hand and seal on this twenty-eighth day of May, ninete-en hundred and thirty-seven. Mignon Abraham. uhmmhhwwhhhhannahawhhahwwawhhwwhhhhhG19GBGP?whenhmmMahhwhhhmmehawemawawwhhaauwmm BLUGOLD -hmwhenwheneaawhwwaauuuuaamawwhwh D659feQ-f-:Gawwwf-mwwshuhawmfqwawwwwwwwwf-kenaf-mm Cjommencement .Program Processional, "Coronation March," Meyerbeer Invocation C Salutatory, "Books" Overture, "The Scarlet Mask," Zamecnik .,rr Class Poem Oration, "What Can We Do About War?" Class Will o,.t.t Class Prophecy oott. Valedictory, "The Citizen and the Home" Selection, "The Heavens Are Telling," I-Iaydnwvt--- so rcrc Orchestra Rev. J. C. Kirkwood Eva Mae Lee ,cW-Orchestra ttLouise Ingraham ---CCo.Gertrude Ghering s-,t,t--Mignon Abraham Katherine Bandley Mary Ellen Peavy C tto. ,tOrchestra Presentation of Diplomas-,o..-.-oJ. A. Slingluff, President of School Board Benediction ..oo... Rev. J. C. Kirkwood March, "The Home Defense," Lake --t-.-Orchestra fhwmwwwwmwuwamwavhwwwwfqahhhwhwwhhen5191 BQyahamMmeawwamwwwamwmhumwawhaahhha Page16 BLUGOLD Qwefewehhfqhwhwwfehwfeweawahwfewhf-ahfehhfewwwqQJQQ D63,9fewaQmhhww2ahhQsbMhwefehhw'eh Senior inlay "SAY IT WITH MUSIC" l C A S T Mary Ellen Peavy Mignon Abraham Katherine Bandley Eva Mae Lee Eloise Barr Irene Hanna Gertrude Ghering Dorothy Carpenter Genella Shorts Louise Ingraham awww-nmwavmfewvhfqahhwwhwfewufqwwhhhwhhn D06hwwmwwhhwhwwhuwuahwwnwwmmwwhmwwhh BLUGOLD Page17 fewaemaesavqeasaae-,weveQaaeaassqaefeaaaeufqafawfasasseaQQQ D039GaefqwasawaaweQheheheheaevfaereaafesaeaacawaffaasw 'Glue 'Go-20-So George Bandley 366 Frances Arnold 24 Katherine Bandley 36 John Collins 24 Margaret Corliss 36 Robert Johnson 24 Sara Fitz 36 Beatrice Yochum 24 Ann Fortney 36 Mignon Abraham 12 Gertrude Ghering 36 Roy Adams 12 Irene Hanna 36 Helen Boyer 12 Margaret Kingsley 36 Vivian Culver 12 Braden Lake 36 lyla Davison 12 Eva Mae Lee 36 Louise Ingraham 12 Rachel Mallinee 36 Clinton McLaren 12 Ruth Mallinee 36 Cleland Payne 12 Mary Ellen Peavy 36 Francis Smith 12 Thelma Shorts 36 Evelyn Markley 12 Hazel Fiske 30 Janet Carpenter C Margaret Svabick 6 The Townville Dramatic Society was organ- ized under the direction of Miss Naser, in No-- vember. Officers were elected as follows: Pres- ident, Ruth Mallineeg vice president, George Bandleyg secretary-treasurer, Braden Lake. A Constitution and By-Laws were drawn up, setting forth the name of the society as the To-Do-So, and the purpose, to bring together "Tile Illllllllvl' after each niemheus name denotes the number of weeks the student has been a member of the Dramatic Club. at frequent intervals those who are eligible and are interested in dramatics. Membership is based on the scholastic standing of the students, who are required to have honor roll grades or an A standing in English. Throughout the year the students have worked and studied to put on short and inter- esting programs both in the club meetings and in Assembly. The several good one-act plays and monologues that were used in assembly programs were especially well received by the student body. On April 16, three one-act plays, entitled "The Right Answer," "Too Many Marys," and "Luncheon For Six," were presented to the entertainment-loving public of Townville. The plays were Well received by the audience, who were delighted at the ability and ingenuity displayed by the actors in portraying their parts. The money taken in from the plays is to be used by the society to buy stage properties for future productions staged by the society and school. Plans are already being made for the club next year, which is expected to be larger and more far-reaching in its activities. hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhcnhebabwa HcbhhhhhhhhhhhhbhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhH Pa'!Iv18 BLUGOLD newMAQwQQQnewawhahwwwwahaawaahwwhwwhC481D613whhaqhhhwahawhhhhawweahwhwawwaeewean i Cuommercial Calub Margaret Corliss Josephine Hellem Louise Ingraham Katherine Bandley Eva Mae Lee Ann Jwasinck Braden Lake Ruth Mallinee Louise Doerr Mignon Abraham Mary Ellen Peavy Mabel Woolstrum Gertrude Ghering Janet Carpenter Genella Shorts Evelyn Clark Irene Hanna Dorothy Carpenter Violet Boyer Eloise Barr Margaret Squier In December, the Commercial students in the high school organized a Commercial Club and elected the following officers: President, Margaret Corlissg vice president, Mary Ellen Peavyg secretary-treasurer, Katherine Bandley. Besides conducting interesting meetings every week, the club completed two very good projects. Two issues of a school newspaper were edited by the students under the direction of Braden Lake, editor-in-chief, and his staff. An Alumni Register, consisting of the names and addresses of the graduates of the Townville High School from 1896-1937 was compiled from old records. Everyone enjoyed working on these projects, and those who will be Com- mercial students next year are looking forward to carrying out a more ex- tensive program for 1937-38. awhhwawaaaaaahaaaaaaaawhaaaehwawhwhhGKQUDQPDhhhaahaaaawaaeawahaaaawaaaaaaaahahww BLUGOLD Page19 -hahahahahasoAhhhhf-ahahf-ef-afeeef-neafeeawehsahwhah2466 D639hhQQeaeze-neuwaawafehwafqeahhwewheafee.hahahaha ......... -l......,......, i A 2 c, r w l. 65726, Fri-Wi-fy Thelma Shorts Louise Ingraham Mary Ellen Peavy Katherine Bandley Dorothy Carpenter Rachel Mallinee Evelyn Markley Vivian Culver Margaret Kinsley Gertrude Ghering Margaret Squier Ann Fortney Beatrice Yochum Sara Fitz Agnes Torrey Josephine Hellem Hazel Fiske Sara Marovich Eva Mae Lee Eloise Barr Vifginia MCI-Jiughlih Alberta Werling Frances Arnold Hazel Galford Martha Andrews Mary Lupher The Tri-Hi-Y Club was organized in January, and the following oiiicers were elected: President, Mary Ellen Peavyg vice president, Frances Arnold: secretary, Rachel Mallineeg treasurer, Margaret Kingsley. This club, which is a branch of the State Y. W. C. A., has as its purpose the creating, maintaining and extending throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. During this year the girls have raised money by selling candy and baked goods. As projects for the year, they sponsored a mother-daughter banquet, have assisted the boys with their Induction service and with the father-son banquet. They have also worked to clean up the Vocational School grounds and make them more attractive. The club is making plans for an Induction service in the near future, and the members are planning to organize more Tri-Hi-Y organizations in the surrounding districts. Everyone is looking forward to a bigger and better club next year, and to accomplishments that will make Steuben-Townville High proud of her Tri- Hi-Y girls. uhwhweswaeahaeaeseeshwsacshoawas-:asf-aawawswf-.QueenQSLQQ DQ16acaeaeaeseaaecaeaesesesaacaeraeaeafaeeeeeeaeeaeeae Pagc'J0 BLUGOLD wwwQanweaaahahaaaaaawwahaahwhqawwwwaeggnB553QweQwwwwwaQQaaaawawawaaaaaaaaeeaewww 'W 'Giza Wi- Sf John Collins Charles Mathany Harold Van Cise Frank Woolstrum Robert Johnson Braden Lake George Bandley Francis Smith Cleland Payne Stanley Sovisky Arthur Altenburg Kermit Altenburg Gerald Doolittle The Townville Hi-Y Club was organized in January and the following officers were elected: President, Braden Lakeg vice president, George Band- leyg secretary, Francis Smithg treasurer, Cleland Payne. This organization is afiiliated with the State Y. M. C. A. and its purpose is to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character thioughout the school and community. Since its organization this club has undertaken several important pro- jects. 'Ihe most important of these was a Father and Son banquet, which was held in the Vocational Building. The club sponsored a basketball game, the proceeds of which were given to the Red Cross Flood Fund. Our club, under the instruction of Rev. Kirkwood, took part in a State Bible Study contest. Besides these activities, we held an Induction service under the leadership of the Titusville Hi-Y, and participated in a basketball tourna- ment at Greenville. We feel that our Hi-Y Club has accomplished a great deal, and we look forward to a good, clean, sportsmanlike club next year. 5whawhaawawhhaahwhaaaahhwwhhawhwaawaGKQQBQinaawhahhaaahaaaaawaaaaaaaaaaaaHb1 -fa'f9:'7': BLUGOLD Page2I fQwwhuhwMhahhahahahhhaawhhaawwaahweawQ45HD610Qhhwhmhhhahaawwawhwhhhhhwahwwhmhhhah 'Giza Urchestra Director-Loleta Harris.lViolins-Rachel Mallinee Guitar-Louise Ingraham. Janet Carpenter, Ann Trumpets-Eva Mae Lce. Fortney R a y m 0 n d Clarinet-Dorothy Car- Ddargaret Corhss Jack Drake sara Fqth Bday-N Pentel Dui-fee, Willis Arnold, tha ,Qnd,.e,,,S. ,Drums-George Bandley. Robert Slingluff. Sax-Eloise Barr. 'Piano-Mary Ellen Peavy. This yea1"s orchestra has met with so many disappointments and dis- couragements that it is a source of wonder to the rest of the school that it hasn't given up in despair long ago. Mr. Cochran of Saegertown, who worked with the WPA orchestra dur- ing the summer, continued with the school orchestra for a short time after the opening of school. Major Olmes of Titusville, who has been the director for the past sev- eral years, worked with the orchestra for a few weeks, but was forced to discontinue his work because of ill health. Since then, Miss Harris, the Primary Room teacher, has directed the orchestra and has spent much of her time in working with the group, so that they might make a successful appearance at the Commencement exer- cises. So few were the old and more experienced members of the orchestra, that Margaret Corliss and Robert Slingluff kindly offered their services in helping to train the new musicians in learning the orchestra pieces. Others have helped the orchestra in practicing for Commencement. We are losing several more of our members this year through gradua- tion, but we are still looking on into the future when we may be ab e to have an orchestra such as has never been known in the Steuben-Townviile High School. mhhhahahhhhawweaeahaaawwwaaaaahhwhhhC191BQP?hwmwwhhawhhwhhawmhhahwewwhheawhwaaeh Pafge22 BLUGOLD QawwwQanhawQwawwwzwawawwawhhwahhhaww2451DSXDwahwhwhawhhhwahawhhwweahhQwhwwwawwwb L V' 5 1 5 ' wif" "I V!" " f QQ' I .v" X . 23.2. N 'B ' ' iii - ' A is The Qirls' cffarsity Team The Townville girls were not as successful this year as last year. Grad- uation claimed three players last year, leaving the team badly crippled. The Townville Six, however, picked up the loose ends and claimed fourth in the county. Starting off the season, Townville met Randolph on their home Hoor. Randolph battled a grim and determined group of lassies, but we lost by a score of 12-35. The following week we met Bloomfieldg the Townville Six fought hard, but again suffered defeat by a score of 10-27. The Locals then set out to top Cambridge, which they did with a margin of two points, 10-8. The Townville girls clashed with Saegertown on our home Hoor. Our girls lost their game by one point, 11-10. Then Townville again Whipped Cambridge with a score of 13-4, and lost the last two games of the season to Bloomfield, 17-26, and to Randolph, 8-31. The team this year consisted of six fighting girls determined to win! Bandley-An old timer who deserves her letter. Arnold-A fine captain and a fine player. McGlaughin-A good center and the h.gh-scorer for this year. Fiske-Although small, she puts up a good fight. Ghering-A left-handed player but a mighty good one. Abraham-A real tighter and a good sport. Torrey and Andrews who were our regular substitutes, were fine players. Graduation takes three more good players away from Townville High School, Bandley and Abraham, four-letter players, and Ghering, two-letters. With plenty of material from the class teams and with Arnold, Fiske, McGlaugh1in and the substitutes as a nucleus, a good team is expected next year. THE GIRLS' BASKETBALL RECORD Score Score Date Team Home Opp. Date Team Home Opp. Dec. 11-Randolph ................ 25 Jan. 22-Saegertown .......,....,. 10 11 Dec. 18-Bloomfield .... ....... J an. 29-Spartansburg ...,.... 17 Jan. 1-Alumni ............ ....... F eb. 5-Cambridge Springs 4 Jan. 8-Cambridge .....,........ Feb 12-Bloomfield ..........,..,., 26 Jan. 15-Spartansburg Feb 19-Randolph .....,.....,.,,. 31 newoacaww-.af-mawhwfahhawwf-av-af-naw-MhhwawwaGWQQQ BQyaHG-w-newGahahaha-me-waaaawmeaeefaawawafn-wwf-nv, BLUGOLD Page23 fehwawwsssssw-sf-sw-.csv-sssessssseuQ-:Gao-leaf-aesssfewssswaw-swQQU D639asQ-Meow-asseswaseuQsoswmezsswaf-ssaf-asssassesfqwfqwhsassfqm C5716 Rays, Cljarsity 'Geam The boys had a better season this year than last year. Although our boys' team is a small team, they are real Iighters. They won three league games and lost six league games during the season. Most of the members of the team are members of the Sophomore class. The first game was played against Randolph at Townvilleg a grand battle was fought but our boys lost the game, 10-35. The next two games wexe excellent games with plenty of action and thrills. Both the games were lost, one to Bloomfield and one to Cambridge. The following week the Townvil.e boys took over Sparta with a smashing victory of 36-21. The next week they were defeated by Saegertown with a score of 17-23. The locals again topped Sparta, at Sparta, 21-13. This was really fun for our boys. The next Friday, our boys took over Cambridge, this was the most sen- sational game of the season. Frances Smith, shooting a basket in the last second, gave us the victory by one point, 16-15. The last two games of the season were lost, one to Bloomfield, 9-25, and one to Randolph, 5-41. The boys' team was made up of five strong, well-built boys, and they are just full of iight. Never were more determined lads ever known. Smith-A fast player and a good captain. Bandley-A good shot and a fine lad. Mathany-A worthy center and high-score man for this year. Du Pont-A small boy who plays big basketball. McClaren, Payne, Winnans, and Dolittle-Our substitutes, and mighty good ones, at that. Despite the fact that we lose two boys this year, our team is expected to do big things next year. THE BOYS' BASKETBALL RECORD Score Score Date Team Home Opp. Date Team Home Opp. Dec, 2-Bethesda ..,.. .......... 1 2 48 Jan. 15-Spartansburg ........ 36 21 Dec. 11-Randolph 10 25 Jan. 19-Pleasantville ........ Dec, 18-Bloomfield 13 31 Jan. 22-Saegertown ............ Dec. 19-Summit ....... ....... 2 1 16 Jan. 29-Spartansburg ........ Dec. 30-Bethesda ..... ....... 1 3 27 Feb. 5-Cambridge Springs Jan. 1--Alumni ....... ....... 1 9 23 Feb Bloomfield .............. Jan. 8-Cambridge 16 26 Feb. -Randolph HhhhhMMMhhiohhhhhhhhhhhhhfehhcehhhhhhhh B616whens-lwuwssssesws-mwahahhaaawhssssawwhhaaefeh Paye24 BLUGOLD whahahaMweahahawwweaaamewmhwwwhwhhww245gD613weheahaewahhahaeaaweewaewaawaaaeeaeh v ,M gn ter-Colass .Basketball Sophomores---The Girl Champions This year's interclass basketball tournament was very interesting and also very surprising. Before any of the games were played it looked as if the Seniors would win. However, the Seniors were forced to take third place, while the Sophomores claimed first and the Freshmen second, and the Juniors finished in fourth place. We must admit that they earned their championship. They were very good players and most of them are likely material for the Varsity team next year. The team was well balancedg both forwards and guards played with that "do or die spirit." The regular team was: Torrey-A strong girl and a strong guard. Mallinee-A small player, but you have to give her credit. Fortney-A fine player who makes a forward work for what she gets. Fitz-A determined player who is hard to hold back. Boyer-A guard who fights to the finish. Their substitutes who played more or less during the season deserve honorary mention. They are Markley, L. Smith and V. Smith. If these girls continue their good work they are bound to be a winning team next year. hamehhwwwwawaawwmwahwhahhehhhhwwahwwQQQQBQ72awhwhhaahhwawewwwaaawaawhawhwawaaawa R X, . . A, . N .. , lslbivf ,w.,A,-, ll , I .1 . , I' In ' - i P' A. BLUGOLD Page25 QawmwwnwwamamwwemmuwmwmhwmhGQH D679wawaawfewwaawwemweewaawaahawawwqhwwwa gnter-Glass 'Basketball Juniors---The Boy Champions The Junior boys easily took over all other teams who stood in their way in winning the class tournament. The Seniors were not represented, but the Freshmen and Sophomores were no match for the experienced Juniors. However, these games were very exciting. These games took place during the noon period. The players were five boys who were out to get the title, which they did. Corliss-A center and a good shot. Altenburg-Something tells me you want to watch our Art when he plays basketball. Woolstrum-A bashful boy, but he means business. Lake-A fast player who knows what to do. McClaren-Worthy of his place as forward and he lives up to his one object, "Win or else-." These boys are representatives of good basketball players, for they are good shots, clean players, and all that it takes to win a game. The boys are good prospects for next year. But they will have to work hard, for the Freshmen are building up some competition. hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhikwn BvaHbhh hh HQHhhhhhhhhhHH Page26 BLUGOLD Qwamewaefqwwhawfqfqwwf-mfqamawmwawwwfemhh2406 H6339Hwhawqwawefqwawfqwwqwwfqwwefewfqwafquweewh cU7lzofs 'Who in the 'G 516- S. Walking Newspaper - Country Boy .., ,., Much Married Midget .rrr...r .t .rr,.....rrrr, Champion Gum Chewer ,rr.rr Biggest Flirt ......t,...,.ttttt Most Popular Boy Poet rrt.t,t,..,..,.,tt. ., Slacker .tt....,t,tt...r..t. Girl With Dimples rr,.t. Pest ,.rr,r.rv.,.. . ,rr.rrt...r Quietest Student .tt., Jazz Singer .,t..,t..,.t.t... All 'Round Student tv..t,., The Society Girl rt,.v Loudest Talker .,,o,o. Biggest Bluffer tt... Best Scholar - t,.. - Onlookers Happy-Go-Lucky aa,,ra, Musical Talent .,,.,., Night Hawk to S... , Best Dresser Tap Dancer tt,.tt Street Walker ..,ttt, Biggest Gossip ,t.ttttt,t . tt,t, The Girl With the Prettiest Knees ,.,.. ., at tot. Cherry Johnson C tttt .Kenneth Yochum Rex Holcomb rMable Woolstrum -----wt,Freda Novak . .ttt...rt Sara Fitz ,---Wt--Braden Lake ,-,--ttLouise Ingraham t,,--Harland Corliss tt-,---w,-,Elo1se Barr ,Arthur Altenburg ,z.., Frank Woolstrum -----t,--,tGenella Shorts -wtt-,Katherine Bandley Eva Mae Lee Dorothy Carpenter zztalanet Carpenter tMary Ellen Peavy ,-h--,-mv--rSenior Boys Ann Fortney ,----tFrances Arnold r,-rtMargaret Squier -,------rLouise Doerr Evelyn Markley ,z,---hAgnes Torrey ,t,---tGrace Werling -ttttmlrene Hanna h H5hhhhhhhhhhHHHhhhHEhhhhHBCM Byaihhihhhhhhhhhkhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhfehhkh BLUGOLD Page27 HHHMQ25HHQHQQHHHHHQMMHQHHHHQHHHMQMMQWK BQ9Hh'hQhh9:hhQaQh'3:'bWhHhHhHHHHQhH?vHMhbH'hH'b , ray, Y' A 2 e- . at 5 2 A "45, fo 61:53, ,. f'0, 1 ' f' 7 4 2 57' I ' X 1 f f , f 1 , 1 . 5 Z ,: pig iz: 9. 1 ' " ' Z Z 'V 2 2 23 K' 'vb - ""' 1 few ,,, 3, , .. , , , ff f4..,4! . , i , . . 1. ,. ' 1 .va , s 1 A . 3 5 -:W 4 - Us I X 'Q 5 . Mr. Gillette: "When Miss Nason sent you for the samples of cloth did she say what color of material she wanted?" Frances Arnold: "I don't think it matters, she Wants them for quilt blocks." Gerald Doolittle: "When I dance with you, darling, I feel as though I were on clouds." Sara Fitz: "Don't be silly. Those are my feet." Mary Ellen and her mother were making out a list of guests for her birthday party. Mrs. Peavy: "How about asking the Hughes twins?" Mary Ellen: "Well, there's no need of ask- ing them both: they're exactly alike." Miss Naser: "Louise, have you done any outside reading?" Louise: "It's been too cold to read outside." Mr. Durfee: "Arthur, who invented the first radio?" Arthur Altenburg: "Paul Revere. He broad- casted from one plug." Miss Nason igiving talk on clothingb: "The average woman's clothing weighs about eight ounces." Freda Novak: "It's a shame they have to wear such heavy shoes." Mr. Harvey: "Now, Harland, what does tho angle D. S. C. equal?" Harland Corliss: "Department of Street Cleaning, of course." Mr. Durfee: "Who wrote 'Crossing the Bar'?" Cherry Johnson: "Must have been a pole vaulter." Audrey: "We are going up to uncle's farm for a visit." Mr. Bumgardner: "Has your uncle any nice neighbors?" Audrey: "Oh, yes: I've often' heard him speak highly of the Holsteins and the Guern- seys." Gertrude: "Did you notice that pile of wood?" ' Bud Fisher: "Yes'm. I seen it." Gertrude: "Your grammar. You mean you saw it." Bud: "No'm. You saw me see it, but you haven't seen me saw it." Joe: "Daddy, may I have a dime, if I can be good all day?" Father: "When I was your age I was good for nothing." Mr. Harvey: "Your car is six months' old and yet hasn't a scratch on it. How do you manage to preserve its finish?" Miss Naser: "Quite simple. I make it a rule always to park in the open." Mr. Durfee: "Name a liquid which does not freeze." Rex Holcomb: "Hot water." Margaret Squier: "What a cozy breakfast nook, and the walls are so artistically splat- tered." Kay Bandley: "Yes, you see this is where my husband, Don, eats his grapefruit." Mabel Woolstrum: "Is that teacher as sour as she looks?" Evelyn Clark: "Why, if that Woman looked up on a starry night she'd curdle the Milky Way." Grace Werling: "What happened when the cow jumped over the moon?" Vivian Culver: "Somebody got an idea for vanishing cream." Shorty: "Nevin doesn't love me any more," she sighed. "Why, Shorty," said her mother, "I heard him tell you last night that you were one girl in a thousand." Shorty: "Yes, but he used to say I was one in a million." The teacher was talking to her science class on "gravity." "Now, Doris," she said, "it is the law of gravity that keeps us on the earth." "But please," inquired Doris, "How did we stick on before the law was passed?" Peeved Wife: "You didn't kiss me good- bye at the train when I left yesterday." Absent-minded Professor: "Why-er-er, my dear, I kissed somebody." Mr. Harvey: "Frank, tell me what 'tran-- parent' means." Frank Woolstrum: "Something you can seo through." Mr. Harvey: "Can somebody give me an e::- ample?" Braden Lake: "A doughnut." f-mv.-mwwwwhbmwwwawwbmwshavens-,esac-iaahlswsenfaGSLQK D373wmwswassaeiawawhwaaesaaeswwmwwbmwhwwwu P00028 BLUGOLD QQQQQQQMMQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQHMQQU D63,9QahwaahwemfQhhv.Mahhwwhfewahb.Mwbawmw 0.- How things have changed! Our great grandfathers learned their A-B-Cs in a crudely built shack. In 1860 a wooden framed building was erected to take the place of the sllack. In 1893 this building burned and in its place another woodenllbuilding was erected in 1896. On February 1, 1929, this building also burned to the ground. Until 1931, school was carried on in the Vocational building, the l. O. O. F. Hall and private dwellings. In the fall of 1931 the new building was completed and dedicated November 1, 1931. The Board of Directors at that time were: J. A, Slingluff, presi- dent: Fred Riede, Mrs. E. D. Mallinee, Mrs. Reba Kingsley, Dr. Wm. Quay, Stanley Smith, Mrs. Luella Gum, R. S. Archer, A. E. Altenburg and Harry Henry. The present Board of Directors is composed of the following: J. A. Slingluff, president, R. S.. Archer, vice president: J. W. Mason, secretary, Mrs. E. D. Mallinee,l'Mrs. Lura Arnold, Titus Brown, Harry Hellem, H. A. Henry, Dr. Wm. Quay and Henry Peavy. haw'-hwhbhweqhwwaahawqawhhmfkgll BmWh!hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhihhhhhhhhh an hhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhaahhaae4QUD6bDhaahhhaha hhhhhhhhhh BLUGOLD C5726 Alumni Register fth Townville High School Steuben-Townvillc Vocational High School QP 1896 - 1937 ahhhhhhhhhaahaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahasignUQ72hahahaaahhaaaaaaaahaaahaaahaha H Page30 BLUGOLD Q QMMQQQWQQQQQQK Dwphhhhhhwhwhwhwhhhhh CLASS OF 1896 Donald E. Smith .......,.... .........................,..... T ownville, Pa. 7Edgar W, Kingsley ..,.,,..,.....,,..... ,...... 7 32 Davenport, Meadville, Pa. A, Adah M. Sayre Sutton ...................... .,..... Y oungstown, Ohio 9 Clara Wadsworth Hickernell ........ ....... 2 10 W. Third St., Erie, Pa. Maude Hawthorne ..,.....................,., ...... . 3102 Clinton St., South St. Petersburg, Fla. CLASS OF 1898 7Grace Altengurg Ingraham .,...........,...................... Townville, Pa. 'Aloe C. Kingsley ,.....,...............,,... ...,.,. C ambridge Springs, Pa. Floyd D. Kingsley .i...... 7T. Earl Kingsley ..........,. 0 C. Leslie Bogardus .....,.. fl K' Dennis G. Coon .......... 7Earl Hopkins ........... "Earl Kingsley ......... Floyd Kingsley ....... Joe Kingsley ....... Earl Hopkins ....... 7Wi1liam R. Lingo .......... Ray Winton .....,.......... 7Win Burchard ......... Brice W. Walker ........ Townville, Pa. Deceased Guys Mills, Pa. Address unknown Deceased CLASS OF 1899 Deceased Townville, Pa. Cambridge Springs, Deceased CLASS OF 1900 Deceased Fredrickstown, Pa. Texas Guys Mills, Pa. Pa. 5 Ralph S. Squier .............,... ......, 1 544 Lincoln Ave, Lakewood, O gwilliam R. Reynolds ....... ,..,,,, Glenn A. Southworth ....... ....... D eceased Mearl D. Southworth ................. ,,,.... 1 032 Weachler Ave., Erie, Pa. 7Velma Hamlin ................................., ........ T ownville, Pa. 7Louise Koockogey Wilkinson ......,.,, ,,,,., W arren, Pa. Ruby Marsh Eldred ....................................,,............ Chestnut St., Meadville, Pa. CLASS OF 1901 7Hallie Mae Ingraham ........ .............................. D eceased yAddie Hall Free ............... ....... . Louisiana 7Edith Hanna Prather ........ ........ T ryonville. Pa. 3 Flora Lamb Allen .............. ........ T ownville, Pa. Ethel Burgess Graves ........ ........ C ambridge Springs, Pa. Floyd Glenn ..................... 7E. Laverne Smith ......... Gertha Wood Gillette ..,,.... . Ellls Hodge .................... Hazel Hazel Wood Russell ........ Clark Barton ......,. George E. McDonald .......... 7Sherman Clark ..........,,.... Harry D. Adams ........... Warren, Pa. ..,............................Deceased CLASS OF 1902 ...............................Townville, Pa. W. Ninth St., Erie, Pa. CLASS OF 1903 ...............................Townville, Pa. ,..,,...Union City, R.D. 4 Venango, Pa., R.D. .......,Deceased Titusville, Pa. R.D. - hhhfa mmmhwmaeigi memmma l BLUGOLD Page 31 ulmwmammwamaamwmawmaawmmwwmwelgi Dwphhwwwwwaaaamawaweamwmmmmmmm Ethel Baker Barlow ........... Helen Blair Ingraham ...,... Edna Coburn Pardee ............ Madge McDonald Smith ...... Archie E. Hopkins ............. Charley Gundaker .,....... Edna Johnson Palmer ....... Z V Charley Carr ...,........,. George Carpenter ........ 7Farrie Fleek .................... Earl Ross .............,.............,. Maude Hopkins Smith .,...... 'Hallie Clark Freeborne ........ 7Katherine Mallinee Miller.. 1Georgia Reib Moore ..,...,....... 7Mearle L. Smith v................... I 7R0y Reib ...,.....,...l..... Leo H. Clarke .,..... 7 Elsie Minerva Hopkins .... Ora Mearle Kopf Warnock.. Leila Fern Sanders Hanna.. Nina Bowman Vosburg ........ Ernest Dale Mallinee .......... Ralph Arlington Gilson ...... Treva Sayre Helpbringer ..,. Edith Belle Nason ,..,............ Clarence Cicero Case ....... Nellie Hunt Olson .......... 7Edna Johnson Perkins ....... Martha Carr Fenner ............ Gladys Pond Comstock .....,.. Gertha Smith Wilson ......... Harry Masters .,...,.i........ VC. Alonzo Childs ........ l Ray Sturges ................ Clifford Kightliuger ...... Reid St. John ........................ George C. Southworth .......... Hattie Borntrager Prenatt H. D. Adams .......................... Isabelle Johnson Slingluff.. Eyla Eddy Altenburg .......... .........DeceaSed Clara Hallabaugh Markley ....... Cora Durfee Harland .......... Etta Waid Vance ..........,....... CLASS OF 1904 St., Franklin, Pa. .........Townville, Pa. .........4133 So. Blvd., Youngstown, O. .........ToWnville, Pa., R.D. .........539 Main St., Masontown, Pa. .........Tryonville, Pa. Lake R.D., Westfield, N.Y. CLASS OF 1905 Lexington, Harvey, Ill. .........402 Mayor St., Oil City, Pa. ......................Deceased .............,......1....LCenterville, Pa. .........laLm...aA,Tirusvi11e, Pa. N. Wiscomb St., Spokane. Wash. CLASS OF 1906 ....................................Townville, Pa. ......,..Franklin, Pa. .........Titusville, Pa. .........Oklahon'1a Sassafras St., Erie, Pa. CLASS OF 1907 .............................Deceased .........3502 No. Hill Sta., Akron, Ohio .........Hancock, Iowa .........Bay City, Mich. .........Townville, Pa. .........Tryonville, Pa. .........563 Wildwood Ave., Akron, O. .........14322 Mich., Dearborn, Mich. .........1114 W. 11th St., Erie, Pa. .........Dahoga, N. Y. before graduation CLASS OF 1908 Rossmore, Pittsburgh, Pa. .........Akron, Ohio Donna, Texas .........White Mills, Pa. .........Deceased A .........Erie, Pa. 4-ml1gww.,. f Allen St., E-nie, Pa. .........Cambridge Springs, Pa. Redbank, N. Y. .........Deceased Titusville, Pa. CLASS OF 1909 ....................................Townville, Pa. .........Tryonville, Pa. .........411 Elk St., Franklin, Pa. .........Westerville, Ohio 2 A :S ..4 wmahmmamawmahawmhwhmmamauawa5196 DC-Wammhaaahwwmmwmmmwwqmmmhmme Page32 BLUGOLD feaQQwwahwuqwwbmawfQwqqhumwww4wwfmawwf4eJQQ Bgphwhwwwhwwmwmwwibhawwwmhwwwhaewwb 1 5 I Carl Borntrager ...,. Neil Saunders ,.... Jessie Sayre ...... Tressa Lovica Hood ........... Harriet Zents Mason .....,,.. Jacob L. Banta .....,.......,, Iva Marie Barr ..,......... Jasper Sayre ................. Chas, Westley Olson ......... Raymond Koockogey M. Gail Donor ............ Laura E. Russell Barr ....... Ward F. De Remer .,...,... Lloyd W. Yochum ...... Neil St. John .............,.......... Wm. Orlo Boss ....................,.... Lowene Smith Southworth .....,... Katie Winans Moyer ...............,... Pearl Sterling Seep .............,....... 283 Lee Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. .........Youngstown, Ohio .....................,..,....Deceased CLASS OF 1910 R.D., Townville, Pa. ........,Wilmerding, Pittsburgh, Pa. .........R.D., Tryonville, Pa. .........4221f2 W. 41st, Los Angeles, Cal. .........Columbus, Ohio Cnotej 10147 Irving Ave., Beverly Hills, Chicago, Ill. Pleasantville, Pa. Centerville, Pa. Deceased. Utica, Pa. Elliot, Akron, Ohio .........1012 Avon St., Akron, Ohio 4132 Lakeshore Dr., Chicago Redbank, N. J. .............................Ochelata, Okla. ..,.................,........Titusville, Pa CNote: Jasper Sayre-Spink St., Wooster, Ohioj Homer Clark ......... Claud Stockwell ....... Elias Robb ....,....,. Donald Case ....,........... Karl Kopf ....,.................. Alice August Wetzel ......... Beatrice Lewis .........,....... Neva Lewis Hopkins ......... Bertha Armstrong ....... Nellie Crawford Hull ....... Le Roy McCrillis ........... Gaylord Bush ....... Clinton Ware ...i... Floyd Sayre ............. Norman Barton ...........,..... Mary Squier Locke ..........,......., Daisy Stockwell Shorts ......... Hazel Buckley DeWalt ........ Gertrude Gillette Hanna ....... Inez Ellison Whipple ..... Harold Hopkins ............. Mary Kane .........,.....,.. Meta Walton Hopkins ...,..,... Earl Hoyt .......................... George Shorts ............... Calno Wood ...... Marion Judd ......... Carl Hopkins Q ...... vhhwhwvhhwefehh CLASS OF 191 1 .............,...........,...Townville, Pa. .........1822 Loesel Ave., Erie, Pa. ....,....Vandergrift, Pa. .,.,.....Edinboro, Pa. .........140 Lockwood Av., Buffalo, N.Y. .........Caniield, Ohio .l,.,.,..Deceased .........Uniontown, Pa. Fredericktown, Pa. ...,..,..Deceased ....................,.......,Centerville, Pa. CLASS OF 1912 Edge St., E. Ekron, Ohio .........AldepqrsH- St., Meadville, Pa. .........Conneaut, Ohio 1, Townville, Pa. .........Deceased ' .........Titusville, Pa. ......,..Titusville, Pa. 1, Towiiville, Pa. .........Uuion City, Pa. .........3420 Gray Av., Wesleyville, Pa. .............................Pittsburgh, Pa. CLASS OF 1913 .............................Wesleyville, Pa. ,........Cambridge Springs, Pa. .........Titusville, Pa. .........Deceased .........218 Arch St., Meadville, Pa. .........Wesleyville, Pa. 5190 Dyammmmmm Q-waww-,www 2' BLUGOLD awamfmww4+if4hwhwafaeQn Dwphmmawwaamawhufwwmum Fannie Seaman Moore .,........ ........ Norma Hopkins Bailey ........,.. ...,..... Marie Grove Bollingbrook ......... ...,..... 2Almond McKay ...,................... ......... Norma McKay Baker .......... ......... Mildred Lamb Markley ........ ......... Evelyn Hunter Johnson ........ Basil Seaman ..................... ...l.... Hazel Burns Hart ..,........ Elizabeth Baker ...... Roxie Shaffer Carzenter Alice Armstrong ndsey...E4.M4lA.g41g ...... Hazel Judd Carpenter .......,............z...,,., ...., ....,...,,, mGladys Armstrong Atwater ..............................,..,. -George Ellison .......,................. ,........ Helen Groves Hazeltown ....... .,,,,,,.. Marguerite Happell .,....,..... Jenny Lind Higby ............. ......... yLovina Higby Johnson Raymond Kightlinger ..... 'Jennie Stout Judd ............. ......... Bertha Terrill Childs ...,...... ,.....,,. Grace Sterling Philips ........ Lillian Curtiss Morse .....,. ...,...., Roy Mills ...v..................... Edwin Durfee ...,...,....., Charles Quay .............,....... .........................,,.,... Damond Barlow .,..................... ......... Lillian Waid Thompson ......... Kent Smith ..........................., ,.,..,,,, Ivan Barton .....,................. ..,.,,.,, Mable Sensor ..,........ Arthur Whipple ....... Beulah Preston .....,. Charles Weber ..... Clarence Rieb ..... Wave Mosher ...,.., Miles Johnson ............ Emery Dewey ..........,.... Alexander Crawford ,,..... ....... Blanche Jones Ongley ..,,...... Florence Shaffer Boyd ..,..... Jessie Buckley Kellogg ........ ..,,,,,l William Quay, Jr ................ ,.,.,,,., David Gillette .............,. Jessie Armstrong ...... Rilda Marsh .,.........,. Lloyd Barton ....... Frank Brown ....... Guys Mills, Pa. 97 Sherman Ave., Sharon, Pa. 3456M Ave., Akron, Ohio Address unknown Liberty, N. Y., R.D. 2 2828 Auburn St., Erie, Pa. Harbor Creek, Pa., R.D. Box 424 Montua, Pa. Nyack, N. Y. Titusville, Pa. CLASS OF 1914 Townville, Pa. , ..Ashville, N. Y. --Guys Mills, Pa. South Brownsville, Pa. Deceased South Bend, Wash. Lakeland, Fla. 114 Glenwood Av., Meadville, Pa Deceased 376 Walker St., Cliffside, N. J. Deceased Townville, Pa. 613 11th St., Beaver Falls 100 Litchfield, Rochester, N. Y 619 W. 10th St., Erie, Pa. Townville, Pa. CLASS OF 1915 294 Plymouth, Wildesboro, Pa Elk St., Franklin, Pa. Deceased 1709 S.Main, Niagara Falls, N.Y. Townville, Pa. Edinboro, Pa. West High St., Union City, Pa Ludlow, Pa. Titusville, Pa. Diamond, Pa. CLASS OF 1916 Townville, Pa. Deceased Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Centerville, Pa. Guys Mills, Pa. 467 Allegheny, Meadville, Pa. 94 N. Lee Ct., Hazelton, Pa. Shakleyville, Pa. Polk. Pa. 83 Daboll St., Providence, R.l. CLASS OF 1917 Townville, Pa. Madison Barracks, Battery D, 25th S.A., New York, N. Y. 1 Page 33 mawawwmweaamacmf jyhwawhmmmwhhmwwmmmmmmea A Page 34 BLUGOLD mamhmaaaamaamwhwamhefgn B97,9awwwaa-hwauaawwawe Bernita Gillette Scarem.. Anna Eddy Hanna ....,.,..... Emma Keyes Prozeller .... Nova Luce Noel .........,...... Averill Looker Marsh ....., Bridget Kane ...............,,... Gladys Altenburg Hanna ........ Leona Baker Fair .....,,,...... Bonita Drake Wilson ........ Meridith Radle ........., Hoyt Gillette .................... Nina Crawford Page ...,........ Mildred Crawford Ross.. Edith Clark Anderson ,..... Elizabeth Gillette James Ruth Henry Smith ................ Eva Rodgers Howard ...... Fern Bailey Altenburg .... Marie Kohman Linder ...... Lucille Carpenter Williams ...,......,..............,,,..,.,,, George Mason ....... ........ Charles Strawbridge ......... Donald Ingraham ......... Glenn Murray .....,.,....,,,,.,..,. Mable Shaffer Decker ,.......,. Thoreau Smith ................... Dorothy Leinback ......... Erma Wood Baker ..,.,. Ida Childs .,........i...... David Gillette ..... Alice Gibson ......... Ida Childs ................. Irma Wood Baker ...... Mabelle Jones Weidner ........ Robert Borntrager ....... . Kenneth Parker ..,....... Lawrence Koph ...... Donald Childs ..... Clara Ghering ..... Cleland Gillette ....... Grace Murray ............... Marion Gillette .................... Bernice Ellison Magee ........ Esther Martin ................... Carlos R. Boss ............... . ........ 8 .... . .......... .. Spartansburg, Pa. Smithman St., Oil City, Pa. Buifalo, N. Y. Guys Mills, Pa. Centerville, Pa. Tryonville, Pa. Townville, Pa. 432 Memorial, Grove City, Pa. Hydetown, Pa. CLASS OF 1918 5439 30th Pl., N.W., Wash. D.C Deceased North St., Meadville, Pa. North St., Meadville, Pa. 509 Spruce St., Titusville, Pa. Rural Retreat, Va. Townville, Pa., R.D. Centerville, Pa., R.D. Deceased Walnut St., Titusville, Pa. .365 Lorraine St., Sharon, Pa. CLASS OF 1919 CLASS OF 192 615 Broadway, Farrell, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Clarksburg, W. Va. Franklin, Pa. Guys Mills, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Saegertown Rd., Meadville, Pa cfo Wheelock's Greenhouse, Cambridge Springs, Pa. 0 Sheakleyville, Pa. Deceased Cambridge Springs, Pa. Saegertown Rd., Meadville, Pa CLASS OF 1921 Spartensburg, Pa. Titusville, Pa. Grand Valley, Pa. 1291 Pitkin Ave., Akron, Ohio East Aurora, N. Y. St. Louis, Mo. Mechanicsville, N. Y. CLASS OF 1922 Clarksburg, W. Va. Townville, Pa. Bradford, Pa., R.D. 1 Deceased S5 W., High St., Union City, Pa BHWHQHHMMHHHHHMHHHZMHMHZQMMQMHHHHHHHGQG DMMHQHHQHMMHHHHQMHQHHHHHHHHHQQQMHHBQHQ CLASS OF 1923 BLUGOLD i Page'-95 ewanQmamwamwwwwawwwwwwwemwwqwwhwaQQU D659we-.asf-owawqf-aeacaeww-QGawwaww-uwwwwfqf-afeawewfew Rex Carpenter ....,.,....,.. Kenneth M. Ghering ...,... Glenn Hamilton ......,...,. Sammie Henry ,....,. Watson Lupher ,.... Leo Morehead ....... Cecil Winans ...... Lloyd Wheelock .,... Rudolph Pratt ...,.,. Karl Yingling ....... Earl R. Whipple ...... Leon Altenburg ........ Audrey Barton ................. Martha Clark Holder .......... Lulq- Crawford Sullivan ..,..... Mildred Hallabaugh ,...,........ Helen Lupher Dennis ...,..... Ruth Riede ......,....,...,.,... Blance Van Cise .......,.. Alma Winton ......... Eloise Gillette Burnham ....,... Ethel McLaren ..............,.,.... Helen Bertram Boss ....... Ladds Smith ..,................... Adelaide Jones Preston .,..... Marian Osborne .......,..... Lulu Howard Pitt ........ Ernestine Wheelock ........... Minta Wood Ghering ..................... Florence Hull Robertson .,,,,,,,..,,,.,, ,,.,,,, Treva Strawbridge McGin nett ........ ....... Wayne B. Hayes .........,...,....,...,.,,.,, Joseph W. Mason .......... Carl Durfee .............,, George Lingo ......... Dorothy Hays Harmon .......... Helen Ellison Bentley ......,..,..... Norma Reynolds Armstrong .,,..., ,,,,,, Donna Teukesbury Yingling Clifford Daniels .................,.,,,... Hazen Foster ....,,.,. Wilfred Marsh ,...... LeRoy Ghering ....... Nora Jones Hoover ......... Leonard Ghering ..,,.,......, Laura Stovall Shumate .......... Ellis Prather ................,...,,.....,.,,,, ,,,,,q, Wahneeta ,Strickland Donor .,.. Vance Lupher ..,...,,..,,,,.,....,...,., Ethel Childs Warp ,................. Fred Gillette .....,....,., Townville, Pa., R.D. 669 Alden St., Meadville, Pa. Washington, D. C. 408 7th St., Franklin, Pa. 128 Church, Punxatawney, Pa Titusville, Pa. Warren, Pa. Karlock Hollow, Bradford, Pa. St. Claire, Mich. Carns City, Pa. Conneautville, Pa. Brewster, N. Y., Box 281 Townville, Pa., R.D. Diamond, Pa. Townville, Pa., R.D. Townville, Pa., R.D. Conneaut Lake, Pa. 1334 Morse Ave., Erie, Pa. Centerville, Pa., R.D. Shippensburg, Pa. CLASS OF 1924 29 Main St., Chatham, N. Y. Deceased 85 W. High St., Union City, Pa 405 N. Drake St., Meadville, Pa R.D. 4, Centerville, Pa. Jones St., Titusville, Pa. Grand Rapids, Mich. R.D. 1, Townville, Pa. 669 Alden St., Meadville, Pa. Cambridge Springs, Pa. R.D., Centerville, Pa. Meadville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Dover, Delaware, R.D. 2 CLASS OF 1925 Cambridge Springs, Pa. Townville, Pa. Grand Valley, Pa. Carns City, Pa. 715 Hickory St., Meadville, Pa Chapmanville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Titusville, Pa. CLASS OF 1926 Hydetown, Pa. Butler, Pa. 12114 Imperial Av., Cleveland, O 812 Center St., Wilkinsburg, Pa Fredricksburg, Pa. 2920 Liberty St., Erie, Pa. Frenchtown, Pa. 'lownville, Pa. amhhhamewhweawbmwawwhewemewaaw-,weQ.5191 BQP.:wwwaheecsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaqqqaaaqaaqqqqq Pu,ge36 BLUGOLD wauuwmmmmmmmawmmamhawhwammwh wwhwwawweaaaawwmwawwwmamwmm May Arnold Jones ...,... Leora Hart Hayes ...,..,,.. Huber Smith ...................... Susan Long Strickland ...,..... Charles Cutshall ............ Pearl Van Cise ...... James Gillette ...,.. Alvah Terrill ..... Raymond Corliss ..... Lowell Winton ...,.l... Clinton Van Cise ...,. Leroy Sherman ....... Ivan Shaffer ......v........,....,...... Arbutus Shorts Saxton .,..... Helen Reib Rickard .......,........,..... ...... Fay Hineman Oakes ....,.,.,....,......... ...... Mary Trutor Kingsley Burgoon ....... ....... Arlene Moore Reese .............,......... ...... Georgie Davison Weitzel ,........... ....,. Bernita Marsh Clark ....,........ Harrington Smith ....... Irma Shaffer ............ Mearle Ellison .......... Orlo Strawbridge ......, Neldon Wheelock ............ pKenneth Seeley ........................ ....... Katherine Corliss .,..................... ........ 2Larraine DeRemer McGinnis.. ,....,. .... . .. Marjorie DeRemer Marvin ........,. ...,.... SArnellon Drake ............,........ Bertha Durfee Byers ,.,,.,.... Qevota Hall Barton ........ Plrene Morten Willey .,........ Alma McLaren Morris ......... Alice Proper Hopkins ...,........., .,,.,,,, Donna Winans Armstrong .......... ........ Helen Arnold Fry ..........i.. Viola Beebower Knight ......... Ethel DuPont ................... IdaMae Hopkins ...,........ Jessie Russell Magley ........... Helen Smith Bertram ...............,. ........ Rachel Wheelock Pettigrew ..,.... ........ Clara Whitman Lazelle ,.v......... ........ Raymond Marsh .......,........... Edward Melhuish ....,..... Orlo Hipple ...,......... John Trutor ..,....... Nevin Teed ..... Lyle Parker ....... Guys Mills, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. El Cajon, Cal. R.D., Guys Mills, Pa. R.D., Centerville, Pa. Townville, Pa. S20 Grove St., Meadville, Pa. CLASS OF 1927 250 Mt. Hope St., Meadville, Pa. Duke's Univ., Raleigh, N. C. Conneautville, Pa. cfo Black Mt. Store, Cave Creek, Arizona R.D., Townville, Pa. Guys Mills, Pa. Townville, Pa. R.D., Guys Mills, Pa. Etna, Pa. Townville, Pa. Guys Mills, Pa. Townville, Pa. 548 Baldwin St., Meadville, Pa Dubois, Pa. CLASS OF 1928 Townville, Pa. Hydetown, Pa. Townville, Pa. .Bradleytown, Pa. Townville, Pa. Los Angeles, Calif. Tryonville, Pa. Centerville, Pa. North Canton, Pa. Townville, Pa. Deceased 307 8th St., Franklin, Pa. Tryonville, Pa. Guys Mills, Pa. CLASS OF 1929 774 Mohican, St., Meadville, Pa R. 9, Park Ave., Meadville, Pa Detroit, Mich. 1 ' Oil City, Pa. Townville, Pa. Cambridge Springs, Pa. 314 Pacific St., Franklin, Pa. Fredonia, N. Y. R. D., Diamond, Pa. R.D., Centerville, Pa. Townville, Pa. 46 Zilsak, Etna, Pa. R.D., Guys Mills, Pa. R.D. 2, Tryonville, Pa. manmawmwaawwwhwdGK Bvahmwmwwmmmwmmmzumwmamwama BLUGOLD Page37 qmmwmhwnwawwwwaawwwawmwmghif D67,9wGaw'-mawqwwwhwwaqwauwaew-l ' CLASS OF 1930 Gladys McLaren Hirte ........ ...........................,.... 7 66 N. Main St., Meadville Pa John Hoover ...................... Deceased Lillian Hamilton Lobdell ........ ......... C enterville, Pa, Loteta Harris ....,................ ........, T ownville, Pa. Erwin Durfee ........ Neva Bancroft ..... Charles Gillette ...,...... Otis Durfee ....,..,.......... Shirley Teed Thorton virginia Smith Happeiri: Marie Prather .,........... , Glenn Webster ,............. Venice Reynolds .......,... Raymond Armstrong .... Willard S. Lupper ........ Edward Hamilton .,.... Irene Shade Seeley ........ Raymond Creacraft .,.... Albert Beebower ,....... Paul Gillette .......... Chas. Kingsley ...... Frank Markley ....... Fred Morehead ....... Milton Reide . ............... Everette Davison ........ Elva Black Gillette ...... Alice Bowes .................. Olive Morehead Covel.. Katherine Dorr ....... Gretchen Dorr .,.....,. Robert Durfee .............. Theora Barr Bunce ...... Gerald Ingraham ........ Vincent Ellison ....... Leo Bly .................. Clarence Judd ..... Glen Bowes ............ Donald Reynolds ..... Wm. Holcomb .............. Elizabeth Kingsley ........ Gilbert McLaren ........ Donald Terrill- ........ . Sheldon Howe ...... Merton Pond ...... Marion Pond ....... Kenneth Marsh .....,.... Clair Hanna .................. Harold Smith ................ Helen Fisher Du Pont.. Lela Ingraham .............. Center St., Meadville, Pa Meadville, Pa. Townville, Pa. R.D. 8, Meadville, Pa. .Guys Mills, Pa. .........965 F St., Hillcrest, M'dvil1e Pa Shinglehouse, Pa. Conneautville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Guys Mills, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Tryonville, Pa. CLASS OF 1931 Centerville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. . 130 W. Kingbridge Rd., Bronx New York City N 4 Tryonville, Pa. Tryonville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Co. 307, Waynesboro, Pa Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Titusville, Pa. CLASS OF 1932 Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Midland, Mich. Tryonville, Pa. State College, Pa. Townville, Pa. Tryonville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Lincolnville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Centerville, Pa. Townville, Pa. 561 Pine St., Meadville, Pa Townville, Pa. Centerville, Pa. Deceased CLASS OF 1933 Townville, Pa. 3219 Cedar Ave., Cleveland 0 Townville, Pa. ,Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Guys Mills, Pa. hhmhmhwwzhmmmwehamhammuhhawhtfg9Q Bvawmaahwhmwwmhwwawa Page38 BLUGOLD MQQQQMQQQQQQQQMMMQQMQQMQMQQQMQQQMQQQGJQH Gawzwwef-mwhwwavwefqewqhawm Ellis Altenburg ............... ....... Zelma Reynolds Hipple ..... ....... Donald Bunce ................. ...... . Helen Perry Boylan ......... ,...,. Alice Sybrant ....,........... ....... Charles Lake .......,..... Daniel Werling ........,... , .... .. Norman Corliss ............... .,..,,. Wilma Reib Melville .....,, ......, Beatrice Bowes ....,......, ......i Manley Lupher ,..,. Eugene Clark ...... Reid Van Cise ....... Richard Bandley ...,.. Elmer Brown ......... Theodore Bunce ,.... Leroy De Remer ..... Forrest Goodwill ...... Clifsford nipple ..... Reid Winans ........... Elinor Abraham ................. ....... Esther Black ........,............,.... ......, Fern Parker Stanford Alice Anne Peavy Marsh ......... ...,.. Arlene Quay Eldridge .,......,. ....... Anna Tatalovich ............... ....,. Evelyn Wood ................ ..,.,,,,,....,,,,,,,,i,,,,.,.,, Autumn Clark ....... Francis Davison ...... Dorothy Fitz ...,..... Jean Gates' .......... William Geer ......... Winifred Gumm ...... Evelyn Hayes ............ Eleanor Howard ...... Emma Howe ...,,,,,,.. Oakley Lake ........ Orlando Leri ...... Frank Lamb ....... Betty Wood ,..,.. Frances Reib ...... Ethel Yingling ....... Robert Slingluif .............., ..,..,, Edith Metcalf ............,....,... ,,,..., Evelyn McLaren Higby ......,. ...... Helen McPheters ,,,,.,,,...,.,., ,,,,,,. Orma Sybrant ..,,,,..,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Harry Werling ....... Dorothy Winans ...... Margaret Corliss ...... Ruth Malli'nee ....... Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Tryonville, Pa. .Cambridge Springs, Pa. Centerville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Tryonville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Hydetown, Pa. Centerville, Pa. CLASS OF 1934 Cambridge Springs, Pa. Townville, Pa. Tryonville, Pa. Tryonville, Pa. cfo Mark Gray, Franklin St. Titusville, Pa. Guys Mills, Pa., R.D. 2 Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Titusville, Pa. Meadville, Pa., R.D. 1 3219 Cedar Ave., Cleveland, O 1024 S. Main St., Meadville, Pa Guys Mills, Pa., R.D. Townville, Pa. CLASS OF 1935 R.D., Townville, Pa. Co. 307, CCC, Waynesboro, Pa Townville, Pa. 437 Randolph St., Meadville, Pa R.D. 4, Centerville, Pa. R.D., Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. ' Centerville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Conneautville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Hannett House, Allegheny Col- lege, Meadville, Pa. Townville, Pa. New York, N. Y. .R.D., Townville, Pa. 377 Sherman Av., Meadville, Pa Townville, Pa. Tryonville, Pa. 769 S. Grant St., Meadville, Pa CLASS OF 1936 Townville, Pa. Townville, Pa. Wyaahahhmaawmmwawifwwahawhmwmwmwew Mb- ? rf BLUGOLD Page39 mmmhmahammammnamuefgf BQDQQHMHQHHMHQMQHHQ, Helen Andrews .... Bessie Harris ........ Muriel Culver ........ Thelma Prather .... Jolanda Holcomb Mellie Bunce ....,,.. Francis Crecraft .. Gladys Driscoll .... Evelyn Smith ........ Mary Marovich .... Helen Hanna ........ Dorothy Reynolds Freda McMasters Duane Upton ........ Falph Woolstrum Forest Smith .,......... Cleo Fisher .......... John Dodds ..........,. Chester Davison .. Donald Marsh .,..,. Katherine Bandley Mignon Abraham Gertrude Ghering Margaret Squier .. Eloise Barr ..........., Mary Ellen Peavy ,,......,. Genella Shorts ...... Eva Mae Lee ....,..... Dorothy Carpenter Evelyn Clark .........,. Janet Carpenter .. Irene Hanna .....,.... Vivian Culver ...... Grace Werling ...... Cherry Johnson .. Doris Johnson ...... Louise Inglraham .. Mabel Woolstrum Kenneth Yochum Rex Holcomb .....,..... ........Townville, Pa. Meadville Commercial College ........ToWnviIle, Pa. Meadville Commercial College , ---.--- Tryonville, Pa. --......State College, Pa. ........Centerville, Pa. ........Edinboro State Teachers College .,......Edinboro State Teachers College A......,Centerville, Pa. i ........Titusville, Pa. 810 10th St., Oakmont, Pa. ........Townville, Pa. ........Townville, Pa. ........Sheakleyville, Pa. ........Garland, Pa. ........Tryonville, Pa. ..,..v...Townville, Pa. ........Townville, Pa. .........Townville, Pa. ,......,Townville, Pa. ....,........................Townville, Pa. CLASS OF 1937 ...,...............,.........Townville, Pa. ........Townville, Pa. .........Tryonville, Pa. ........Townville, Pa. ........Townville, Pa., R.D. ........Townville, Pa., R.D. .......,Guys Mills, Pa., R.D. ........Townville, Pa. .........Townville, Pa., R.D. .........Townville, Pa.. R.D. Guys Mills Pa., R.D. ........Townville, Pa., R.D. V ........Tryonville, Pa. .........Tryonville, Pa., R.D. ......,..T'ryonville, Pa., R.D. ........Tryonvil1e, Pa., R.D. ........Guys Mills, Pa., R.D. ,.......Tryonville, Pa., R.D. .,......Tryonville, Pa., R.D. .........Townville, Pa. mmawmmhwaQmmhmmmhc'L9Q Byawvmhabhahwhhawhwhhhhhhwevhbhhwhwhwqh Hs' ,HE Mg. ' TWM ZH. W. . xnxx 1 wr 75 I' Y . fd?- L 1 fy 4 1 'X 11 -K- M - f L Mfg., 'Q sm. ,.: J.. x wb M x. . v 5. ' 41.4 Q ,K 1 F .4 n 1 9 M , 1 x i 1 , .,.X x 14 Q + V A .. 'Xb . Q-,S 5-. .,A I x +0-O-+60 + o4o4+ 4+0 4:0-e+vQ-0++++o++o+Q+++0Q+o+ ++0 o BLUGOLD Compliments Of Second National Bank Titusville, Pennsylvania -O-04-Q-94-9 -Q-O4-99-O+6+o0-0+4-O-9-O-O+-0-0+4'6-0-Q-O-6-r'O-O-O-O-O-Q- BLUGOLD Page!,3 . o+o+ro++++++vo+o+o +o0+Q++4++44+4++++Q Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry J. F. HEWES-SILVERSMITH 118 West Spring Street Titusville, Pennsylvania ERICKSON SL McDONNELL 100W Cities Service Products Washing and Greasing a Specialty Mohawk Tires and Retreads KELLY MILLING COMPANY Dealers in Flour - Feed - Grain - Seeds G. L. F. PRODUCTS ROOFING - LIME - FERTILIZER Titusville, Pennsylvania . . MR. ELMER SMITH Centerville, Penna. R. D. No. 2 Q o+++e++09 l E. K. THOMPSON Everything in Drugs VISIT OUR SODA FOUNTAIN Titusville, Pennsylvania . ?G 9G??O4 . STOCKTON SHOPPE 277 Chestnut Street Meadville, Pennsylvania Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 'H E. B. INGLEHARTH ' Home Furnishings Titusville, Pennsylvania EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Our Prices Are Right Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated . 9??GO4 . L. M. TORREY Flour and Feed Coal - Land Lime - Fertilizer - Cement ROOFING - QUALITY FIELD SEEDS Townville, Pa. O+++v++Q+++G++G+0++++++++o+Q6 FRANK MARKLEY Candidate for Register and Recorder Tyronville, Pennsylvania .'O-9Q-O-O-'O-O--O-O94'O-O-0O-0O-0-GG'OC9-9QOO-0-O-O-O-9-OQ. JONES BROTHERS 130 East Central Ave. Titusville, Pa. PHONE 84 I Buick - Pontiac G.M.C. Trucks JOHN W. BOWES Florist Saegertown Road Meadville, Pa. TELEPHONE 929-M Compliments of Rex E. Carpenter Townville, Pa. INTERNATIONAL TRUCK DEALER Oo-0-ro-04494040-00-oo-0-+0-0-Q-oo-0-Q oo-+40-04-0-Ol Compliments of GILLETTE'S STORE Townville, Pa. 4-04-9- Pll9'e4-4 BLUGOLD .O-O-0 Compliments of TITUSVILLE Dairy Products Titusville, Pa. QQ444444+4 . Compliments ..0f.... H. A. "Hez" Nichols Candidate for REGISTER and RECORDER . 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Grass Seed and Feeds Golden Loaf Flour TURNER BROTHERS Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania I TOWNVI LLE STATE BANK Checking Accounts CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT Ch istmlas S' c "3i1l'J.'T2L'Qi?Sl Q . . 0U'0ilmr 'g 'K gf wgeef' Trave Xp ,, ues SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Bank Money Orders BANK DRAFTS Cashier's Checks LOCK BOXES Townville, Pennsylvania ++++++++r ELSO TITUSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA Pictures That Please" 109 WEST SPRING STREET J. Phone 498-X Compliments of H. NUNN CO 280 Chestnut Street Meadville, Pa. -G0-O-GQ-Q-Q-Q-4 2 M b Fd ID tl ce BLUGOLD 1 Skillen Studio O 0 O O O N St l emi ye Compliments of ln luhgfographg O Dunn Stationery and ' Supply Co. Titusville, Pa. ir Academy Theatre Meadville, Pa. 0 O O 0 "Good Luck for the Future" . 3 STERLING Svpringn 1Firnt BROTHERS Natinual 'Bank ' 6 O o I PENNZOIL Cambridge Springs, Pa. E ... I ' I C t 3 Titusville, Penna. 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