Townville High School - Memories Yearbook (Townville, PA)

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I: F if 1 5 N 3 5 in E s S 5 Q I bf A 3 STEUBEN-TOWNVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 6:11923 I he Zgluvgnlh 1541 Q63 FOREWORD In order to acquaint the public with the progressive nature of our school we, the Senior Class, publish this book. Gin? Published by THE SENIOR CLASS of STEUBEN-TOWNVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Townville. Pa. We respectfully dedicate this volume of the Yearbook to R, S. Winton, a former Principal of Steuben-Townville High School, for whom the alumni and the residents of the community have the greatest respect and admiration. J F EDWIN Principal of Steuben-T H. DURFEE ownville High School STEUBEN-TOWNVILLE JOINT VOCATIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION ROSS HOWARD HARRY HELLEM D. T. GILLET DR. WILLIAM H. QUAY LURA M. ARNOLD 1 J. W. MASON Nessie fe N. nov Ross ,AM Q. EJNAR ANDERSON .5 A ,'f .. i .,f: is gf.. 'Y wh fs. Q LEWIS HOPKINS Qis Q ,5 WAYNE B. HAYES The Board of Education believes in a progressive school. OFFICERS President ........ ............ ....... D . T. GILLET Vice-President ..... .............. W AYNE B. HAYES Secretary ........ ................... J . W. MASON Treasurer .... REBA KINGSLEY tN0r1-Member! 4 FACULTY OF STEUBEN-TOWNVILLE VOCATIONAL SCHOOL Elizabeih Gross, Ruth Gilbert, J. A. Harvey, Earl S. Johnson, E. H. Durfee, E. P Vogel. Alice Patterson, Mary Louise Naser. ALMA MATER Hail to the blue and gold, Banner beloved. Hail to the glory Of Townville Highg Thee will we honor, Thee will we cherish, A sacred, never-failing tie. COLOR SONG The gold and the blue, Colors two, it is you we defend. Fearless for you, All our might to the fight we will lend So wave, colors, wave! We will fight on for your glory, Gold and Blue! We will fight till the fight is won! IN MEMORIAM OLIVER MELVILLE November 14, 1941 6 MABLE SMITH Qlllaybelleb Oplimislie, jolly and ll swell kirl us well. Wlull slie'Il do ne.1'I one never erm tell. RAYMOND GHERING 1Percyl Tull anrl hushfnl is our Jeri, IIe's at home when he's in hed. HARLAN DRAKE iDucky1 Ile likes to speed and sereeclz the brakes, As for the girls, he quile hikes the cakes. LAURA JANE CLARK lLauralieJ I.unru'x the same the whole day Ili rough , And us for ri frieml, she'll always be true. 7 Class B. li. 39, 40, 41 Advertising Conlm. for Bluegold41 Associate Editor oi' Torcll 40 Managing Editor ol' Torch 11 Operetta 39, 40 Glee Club 38, 39, 40, 41 Press Club 38, 39, 40, -11 Dramatic Club 38, 39, 40, 41 Connnercial Club 40 Girls' Chorus 38, 39, 40, 41 Girls' 1511591111110 38, 39, 40, 41 Orchestra 38, 39, 40, 41 Tri-Hi-Y 38, 39, 40, 41 Senior Play 41 Dramatic Club Play Director 41 Treasurer of Class 38 President of Class 39, 41 All County Chorus 39, 40, 41 Hi-Y Club 40, 415 Treas. 41 Sportsmen's Club 40, 41 Vice-Presideni 41 Commercial Club 41 F. F. A. Club 39, 40, 41 Senior Play 41 Vocaiional Team 41 Connnercial Club 41 Sportsmen's Club 40, 41 Business Manager of Bluegold 41 Adv. Committee 41 F. F. A. 38, 39, 40, 41 Pres., Local Club F. F. A. 40 Vounty President. F. F. A. 41 Press Club 38 Manager, Varsity B. B. -10, 41 Tri-Hi-Y 39. 40, 41 Glee Club 39, 41 Girls, Ensemble 41 Commercial Club 41 Dramatic Club 41 Class Basketball 38. 39. 40, 41 Mixed Chorus 40, 41 Home lic. Club 39, 40, 41 President 41 Girls' Chorus 38, 39, 40, 41 Operetta 40 I'1IJY'l'll li SHA L'l. tlllunllyl Friendly and lovable urilh never u frulrn. II4'r4"x u friend llml uvun'l Iel you llnwn. llAl,Pll lllilll,1N 4C0bbyl .l good spur! und well liked by ull, In ulluining liIc's goul he never will full. .HQANNIC DUllFlili lFrc-ucliyj .1 swell friend lu all lhul knnur her inrlvwl, Will: Sllfll rlvxiruble lruils xli0's sure lo slim-01-rl. Tri-Hi-Y 38, 39, 40, 41 Dramatic Club 30, 40, 41 Commvrcial Club 39, 40, 11 Prcsillrnt 41 Glvt' Club 30, 40 Girls' Chorus 38, 39, 40, 41 llonw lic. Club 38, 39, 40 Varsity Baskvtball 39, -10 Girls' Haskvtball Mgr. 41 Dramatic Club Plays 41 Opt-re-tta, 38, 40 Class llaskvtball 38, 41 Svuiur Play Hi-Y Club 38. 39, 40, 41 SPlll'tSl1N'11,S Club 40, 41, Trvas. 11 Dramatic Club 40, 41 Class Pre-sidl-nt 40 Class xvlfl'-l,I'l'SltlQ'll1 41 Comms-rcial Club 41 Varsity Baskvtball 33. 40, 41 Dramatic Club Plays 41 Dramatic Club 38, 30, 40, -11 Tri-Hi-Y 38. 30, 40, 41 Secretary 40 All-County Chorus 40, 41 Glvv Club 38. 39, 40, 41 Girls' linse-uiblv -10, 41 Op:-rm-tta 38, 40 Senior Play 41 Pr:-ss Club 40, 41 All-County Baud 41 Dramatic Club Play, Director 41 Class Vice-Pri-sidvnt 38 C Class Sc-crvlary and Trl-asurvr 3J Comma-rcial Club 41 Girls' Chorus 38, 39. 40. 41 Varsity Basketball 38, 39 Class llaskr-tball 41 Feature liditur of Blueguld 41 Associate- liditor 01' Torch 41 Tri-Hi-Y 38, 30, 40, -41 Dramatic Club 40. 41 Commercial Club 41 FHANCICS GAl.lf0ltlJ il"l'auuyj Class Iiaskvtball 38, 39 Varsity Basketball 40, 41 Le-l's ull smile our vurex away. Opt-rt-tta 40 8 Mixml Chorus 39 Girls' Chorus 38. 30, 40, 11 Dramatic Club Play 40 MARTHA STERLING l Marty J Sec' no evil- Ileur no evil- Speuk no evil. FRICUA MOSHEI-I lFl'0dabc-Ile! 11'Imlever sho slarls is finished righl. VIRGINIA INGHAHAM Hiinj If you try bu! foil. fry nguin, .ind uguin until you slircewl. SIEGFHIIED NOVAK lSit-g3J Ent, drink nnrl be merry, for io- nmrrouf we rlie. 0 Home Economics Club 38, 39 Dramatic Club 38. 39 Commercial Club 40, 41 Girls' Chorus 39, 40 Home Iicononlics Club 38, 39 Commvrcinl Club 41 Operettu 40 Girls' Chorus 38, 39, 40 Class B. B. 41 Glm- Club 38, 39 Ass. Editor of lilufgold 41 Tri-Hi-Y 38, 39, 40, 41 Treasurer 41 Dranmtic Club 38, 39, 40, 41 Commercial Club 41 Press Club 39 Operottn 38 Chorus 38, 39 Senior Play 41 Class B. Il. 38, 39, 40, 41 Home Economics Club 39, 40 Athlvtic Association 38, 39 Orchvstra 40, 41 Hi-Y Club 38, 39, 40, 41 Class B. li. 38. 39 F. F. A. Club 39, 40, 41 President F. F. A. 40 Sportsmen's Club 40, 41 Commercial Club 41 Sports Editor of Blue-gold 41 Class Secretary 38 Boys' Chorus 38, 39 Athletic Association Advertising Committee 41 LICAH l'll0l'lill ll'rupl An lmnesl In gnmllwss blond llil' hum' lwre. llvr rlmin uf frivnrlship 4 fur uml nvur. '.x'lc'n1Is lilil'l'll SMITH fblluiifyl Ili-'s u happy go lurky urilli sel- alom u uvurry, ,fngl wlmn ruining In xrlinnl, lw'1l nrvvr 11 urry. MAlRGAllli'l' CIKIZACIKAVI' lhlaggirl lm mlm! you run fix wvll ns you run. Tllul will bring NIl!'l'c'SS. 0 lilJNA MCLAUGHLIN iliilllirl Jolly and likeable llu' wlmlc' fill!! th rnugll . A I UNIIIX rem ll HUIU. I In lry .VUIIIUIII ing 10 l'l'vss Club 38 Class S4-crz-tary Il .Xclvvrtisiag Cumunittre- 11 Sm-niur Play ll Tri-Hi-Y 30, 10, Il 'lll'1'2lSlll'l'l' 10 Glu' Club 150, 10 Class Viva--Pl'1-sirlvilt 30 Girls' linsrmblv 30, 10 Cumnu-rcial Club ll Mixm-cl Chorus 11 Hmm- licmmmics Club 259, 1 Uprrrtta lil! llramatif: Club -10, ll I". lf. A. 10, li Stair Colle-gr Trip 248 Sll0I'lSlll1'll'S Club 10, ll 'l'ri-Hi-Y 30, 10, ll Commercial Club 40, ll Dramatic Club 10, II Glm- Club -ll Girls' liusrmblv H Class ll. ll. 38, 30 Varsity li. li. 10, -ll Girls' Chorus 38, 30, 10, Orrhrstra 38, 210, 10, 11 Op:-rrtta 38, 10 Home- Econmnics S59 Mixvd Chorus 10, il Girls' Churus 38, 30, -10 Class ll, li, 258, 30, ll Varsity li. B. 10 Girl' Club 38, 30, 10 Girls' liusrmblv 10, 11 11 ALDEN POST lllusiyi Our Alden, who never has much lo say, Says zvlml he says in lhe kinzlesl way. PAUL LIZO GREGG 11.1403 fllways lu be riepemlerl on is our Paul, Fur em-In smull lusk is given his all. HICLICN PURIEXSKI 4 Curly I lIi'Ivn's Ihr girl wilh ilu' lleuuli- ful lmir Thu! linrls new urlmirers t'Ut'l'll- irhere. HIQLICN HAYBLTCK llflcli-nl ll'e'r4' pruurl of our llvlen, us you run well see. .lml will: ull things ennxiflererl, why slwulfIn'l we bei' 11 F. F. A. 40, 41 Sportsmc-n's Club 40, 41 Class IS. B. 40, 41 Orcllvsim 40, 41 Senior Play 41 Commercial Club 40 Hi-Y Club 40, 41 Commercial Club -11 Dramatic Club 40, 41 President, Drauultic Club Opi-rc-11:1 40 Dl'illll2ltlC Club Plays 41 Class B. li. 40, 41 Sporlslllelfs Club 40 F. F. A. 40 Girls' Chorus 218, 250 Tri-Hi-Y 40, 41 Cuillim-rcizll Club 41 'l'l'm-usl11'c-1', C0llll1lt'l'Cl1ll Home liconomius Club 4 Urcllvslrn -10, 11 Girls' flwrus 30, 40, fll Tri-Hi-Y 540, 10, 41 Club ll li Home lic. 1'I'1'eus. 403 41 Girls' linsemblv 30, -10 Class li. li. 30, 40 BliA'l'llIllli Cljl.Vl'1ll 1 liz-:I I Iler greul Izig grin goes ll long muy. .lnrl wins new fria-mls every day. 1i.XYl.Olill YINIHLTM llhnppyl .Yu one run lllflkt' you quill' sn lmpmf .lx Ilzis dvur clusxnmlu llll'kll!lllll'll "l'uppy." lllil.l'1N ICIJMINSTICII lllvlvnb llulvzfs llw girl will: u flimplv in hvr rhin. ing Il grin. Q94 33551 B u'llt'l'l'lIl'l' you sec hor, xlufs wcur- 'l'l'i-Hi-Y 38, Sill, lll, ll Opvrm-lin 38, I0 Ummm-l'viuI ll Drunmtic -40, ll lll'illlliltlU Plays 41 Class li. li. 159 Varsity li. li. 10, ll Sc-nior Play 41 Class 'l'l's.-zlslllwl' 41 GI:-0 Club und lilmrus Bllwguld Adv. llulum. F. lf. A. 38. 129, HI, tl Hi-Y 40, ll S4-Him' l'lny ll COIllIllt'l'L'lill ll Sl7Kll'tSllll'Il'S lll, ll Class ll. ll. -ll Prvss Club 40, ll Cmlinlx-rcizxl Sl'K'l'l'till'y ll I 'l'ri-Hi-Y 25.3, IU. ll Ilralmautiv: I0. Il Girls' Ilmrus Ii!! Class ll. ll. lll lllznss 'l're-usurvr ll Patronize the Business Firms and Banks Which Have Made This Book Possible. 123 vQ'Pl'6lidEIlt Secretary ....... Treasurer ..... CLASS OFFICERS CLASS COLORS Green and White CLASS rnownn L White Carnation CLASS MOTTO Honor Lies at Labor's Gate COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS ' Jeanne Durfee Harlan Drake Paul L. Gregg Virginia Ingraham Mabel Smith Ralph Berlin CLASS NIGHT SPEAKERS Martha Sterling Margaret Creacraft Helen Edrninster Beatrice Culver Siegfried Novak - Frances Galford BACCALAUREATE SEQRMON May 25, 1941 A Methodist Church Reverend Wendell E. Minnigh, Speaker 13 ....b.'Mabel Smith Ralph Berlini Culver www'-' um CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of Townville High School of Crawford County, in the State of Pennsylvania, in this year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and forty-one, being of sound mind and body, that we may leave a small token in behalf of our class, give and bequeath the following: To the Junior Class we leave our ability to face difficult problems with calm and assured intelligence. To the Sophomore Class we will our determined efforts to make the next two years the happiest and most worth while of their school life. ' To the Freshman Class we leave our ability to make a clean and fulfilled record to leave behind them when their fourth year has come to a close. f rife the entire student body we bequeath our admiration for the worth while things o 1 e. Many of the members of the class have been kind enough to share some of their many possessions and talents to the underclassmen, with their sincere hope that they will be appreciated. Ralph Berlin wills his athletic ability and unusual physique to Ralph Herron. Harlan Drake leaves his ability to get the best of an argument with Miss Naser, to Henry Yochum. Leah Proper wills her secret for blonde hair to.Nancy McKay. Gaylord Yochum leaves his ability to consistently keep his hair standing on edge to Gene Markley. Helene Raybuck leaves her optimistic views to anyone who desires them. Beatrice Culver leaves her technique of getting letters from the navy-or the army-to Cathryn Galford. Raymond Ghering leaves his acting ability to Adella Whitney. Margaret Creacraft wills her ability to flirt with the boys Cespecially tall, dark and handsome ones! to Edith Drake. Paul Leo Gregg bequeaths his vast knowledge of all subjects to Edward Werling, Mabel Smith leaves her attractive smile and coquettish ways to Helen Marovich. Edna McLaughlin leaves her good humor and carefree manner to Robert Archer. Laura Jane Clark leaves her secret of keeping slim to anyone who is fifty pounds overweight. Jeanne Durfee leaves her speaking ability to Joseph Kuberry. Alden Post wills his quiet mannerisms to Thelma Smith. Virginia Ingraham wills her ability to live up to the Tri-Hi-Y slogan to all future Tri-Hi-Y members. Martha Sterling leaves her ability to type to Juanita Hellem. Helen Edminster wills her ability as a good English student to Art Howard. Freda Mosher wills her man-hating ideas to Irene Howard. Helen Purenski leaves her natural curly hair to George Yochum. And this our last will and testament, we appoint Mr. Durfee sole executor, and in witness thereof, we, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and forty-one, set our seal on this twenty-seventh day of May, nineteen hundred and forty-one. 14 Q V-,.,,. W.. ,- ,,.,.,., ,, ,N - -f-.1--....., - 1,5 .' .sn " V. ' -- It was in the Fall of 1937, when we, the present Senior Class, strode into the Townville-Steuben High School building for the purpose of increasing our already vast store of knowledge. We were unlike most previous Freshman classes entering High School, in that we were intelligent enough to find the way to our home room without the assistance of our dignified upper classmen. The morning our class Hrst marched into assembly room for chapel, we made even the Seniors take notice. In- stead of seeing a group of dumb-looking Freshmen, they beheld one of the most out- standing classes to enter Townville High in many years. Soon after becoming accustomed to our surroundings, we held a class meeting. We chose for our president, Kenneth Markley, who led us through a most prosperous year. For our other officers we chose Jeanne Durfee, vice-presidentg Siegfried Novak, secretary, and Mabel Smith, treasurer. Purple and orange were the class colors selected. We were justly proud of them and the standards which they represented. Mr. Vogel was our home room teacher. During our Freshman year we participated in many clubs and sports. Our entry in the Fair was a float on the "Signing of the Constitutionf' Two as- sembly programs which we presented were well liked by everyone. Four of the girls were accepted in the Tri-Hi-Y and three boys in the Hi-Y. Twelve girls echoed in the Girls' Chorus. Siegfried Novak, Glen Melville and Michael Katulich warbled in the Boys' Chorus. Jeanne Durfee represented the Freshman class on the varsity basketball team, where she earned her first letter. Sanford Kidder and Edna McLaughlin as school cheer leaders were the only other Freshmen to earn a letter that year. Mabel Smith ably represented our class in the Girls' Ensemble that won county honors. It was a busy year for us. The work was not easy but we kept our courage. The year soon rolled by and on May twenty-seventh, the happiest day of the year, we received our report cards with the words, "Promoted to the Sophomore Class," written on them. In the Fall of 1938 we returned to T. H. S. with a determination to make our Sophomore year a most successful one. For our class officers we selected Mabel Smith, president, Leah Proper, vice-president, and Jeanne Durfee, secretary and treasurer. This year we selected green and white as class colors. We were first active at Fair time, when we appeared on a Hoat in a "Vegetable Wedding." Next we entertained the Freshmen in an initiation party. We then appeared in our first assembly program. We put on a short skit, "At the Railroad Station." At Hallowe'en we put on a shadow play, "White Elk." Our last social activity was again in assembly. We put on a short play, "The Lunch Hour." This year we gained the following members: Ralph Berlin, Helen Raybuck, Helen Edminster, Gerald Childs, Robert Saeger, Robert Eggers and Leah Proper. During the year we were very sorry to lose two of our members-Robert Saeger and Robert Eggers. Michael Katulich and Ralph Berlin represented the Sophomore class on the Boys' Varsity squad, Ralph Berlin being a letterman. Margaret Creacraft and Jeanne Durfee also represented the Sophomore class on the Girls' Varsity squad, Jeanne Durfee being a letterman. Our boys were the winners of the class basketball tourna- ment. Mabel Smith earned her letter this year, cheering the basketball teams on to victory. ' This year, more members joined various clubs. Our Tri-Hi-Y club membership increased to eleven girls. Ralph Berlin and Gerald Childs joined the Hi-Y club. Five girls and boys took active part in the Press Club. Eight boys were active members of the Future Farmers of America. Eleven girls strained their voices this year for Mr. Johnson. Mabel Smith, Helen Raybuck and Leah Proper represented the Sophomore class in the ensemble which won in the county contest. Our five musically talented boys and girls played in the Orchestra. The year turned out to be one of good times and hard work, but we did not allow pleasure to interfere with our school work in the least. Under the careful and thought- ful guidance of our patient faculty, we easily gathered sufficient knowledge to merit our being promoted to the Senior class, but to our disappointment, we were promoted only to the Junior class. 15 On enteriing in the Fall of 1939, we were greeted by our faculty members, who were to guide us in our further pursuit of knowledge. We elected Ralph Berlin, president, Michael Katulich, secretary, and Helen Edminster, treasurer. Mr. Harvey was our home room teacher. Paul Gregg entered our class this year. During the year we lost Gerald Childs, Glenn Melville and Kenneth Markley. We were first active at Fair time, when we appeared on a float, "Keep Our Boys at Home," which was awarded first prize. During the year we appeared in several assembly programs. The big event was the banquet that the Juniors gave in honor of the Seniors. Helen Raybuck, Edythe Shaul, Laura Jane Clark and Virginia Ingraham belonged to the Home Economics club this year. Leah Proper, representing our class on the Home Economics demonstration team at Harrisburg, brought back the honors as well as twenty-five dollars. Eleven boys were active in the organizing of the Sportsmen's club under the super- vision of Mr. Harvey. Eleven boys and girls were active throughout the year in the Dramatic club. Thirteen singing girls were active in the Girls' Chorus. This year four girls from the class, Edna McLaughlin, Mabel Smith, Jeanne Durfee, Helen Raybuck, were in the Ensemble, which won first prize at the County Contest and placed third in the District Contest. Helen Edminster, Jeanne Durfee and Mabel Smith belonged to the Press Club. Eight active boys belonged to the Future Farmers of America. Harlan Drake was elected president of the Crawford County Chapter of Future Farmers. He was awarded a jacket for his services as president. Our musical growth increased to nine girls and boys, who played in the orchestra. Kenneth Markley, Sanford Kidder, Siegfried Novak, Michael Katulich and Ralph Berlin represented the Junior Class on the Boys, Varsity Basketball squad. Ralph Berlin and Michael Katulich were lettermen. Edna McLaughlin, Frances Galford, Margaret Creacraft and Beatrice Culver were lettermen. In the fall of 1940 we entered our fourth year of High School as dignified Seniors. For our officers we elected Mabel Smith, presidentg Ralph Berlin, vice-president, Leah Proper, secretary, Beatrice Culver, treasurer. We were first active at Fair time, when we appeared on a float, "America for Peace," which was awarded first prize. This Hallowe'en time the Senior class had charge of the party, which turned out to be a great success. Ten of us were members of the Dramatic club this year. Our acting ability was displayed this year in the three one-act plays put on by the club and the Senior play, "Feudin' in the Hills." Three of our girls were officers in the Tri-Y-Hi-Frances Galford, vice-president, Helen Raybuck, secretary, and Virginia Ingraham, treasurer. Seven other Seniors were members. Four of our girls were officers in the Commercial club-Jeanne Durfee, presidentg Edythe Shaul, vice-presidentg Helen Edminster, secretary, and Helen Purenski, treas- urer. Seventeen other Seniors were members. Ralph Berlin was elected president of the Hi-Y club. Four other Seniors also were members. Seven boys were active throughout the year in the Sportsmen's club. Gaylor Yochum and Harlan Drake represented our class on the F. F. A. demon- stration team at Harrisburg. Three other Seniors were members of the club. Harlan Drake won the state award as a farmer of Pennsylvania. Laura Jane Clark, Mabel Smith, Edna McLaughlin and Margaret Creacraft and Jeanne Durfee sang with the ensemble, which was awarded first place in the County Music Contest. Ralph Berlin and Siegfried Novak received letters for basketball. Ralph Berlin being next to the highest in scoring in the Eastern Division. Players Frances Galford, Beatrice Culver, Margaret Creacraft and Edythe Shaul, manager of the girls' basket- ball team, were awarded letters. As our Senior year is drawing to a close, 23 of us who survived the stormy but happy years now bid farewell to our friends, the faculty, the school board and to all the people with whom we have become acquainted during our four years at Townville High School. 16 B fi' 7"'f"".-X' ' 1. '- '-Ni' ' '. W CLASS PROPHECY Now, as the school days of the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Forty-one draw to a close, we await the possibilities of the future, hoping that it may be as profitable as the previous years have been. As I sit dreaming ahead into the future, my eyes suddenly turn in the direction of a teacup nearby . . . the tea leaves appear to be taking various shapes and forms . . . as I gaze more intently into the cup . . . I see a beautiful building in the business section of Harrisburg . . . Much to my surprise, Harlan Drake and Gaylord Yochum appear in the door . . . Evidently they are the owners of this large and prosperous Nite Club . . . School trips often prove helpful in choosing an occupation. A dim outline of a room filled with children comes into View . . . finally I see it is an English Class with Virginia Ingraham as a successful teacher at Townville. Next the words, "Old Ladies' Home," can be seen on a large building . . . In front of the building are three former Townville residents-two of whom are Martha Sterling and Freda Mosher, employed at the Home . . . the third seems to be gazing intently at her left hand . . . she finally lifts her head . . . it is Frances Galford . . . I was surely surprised to see her here. The Home fades away . . . a tall, blonde gentleman can be seen escorting two young ladies down the street . . . I can see them more distinctly now . . . the gentleman is Siegfried Novak, an owner of a restaurant, and two of his waitresses, Laura Jane Clark and Leah Proper . . . Still the ladies' man, aren't you, Siegie? A large office appears . . . Edythe Shaul is seated at the desk taking dictation from her employer, Alden Post, a theatrical producer . . . the door opens . . . in walks Raymond Ghering, a prominent movie actor . . . Thanks to the Senior Play for ex- posing his acting ability. Here comes the navy! . . . my mistake . . . it's only Beatrice Culver . . . Why all the smiles, Bea? . . . Oh! yes, after all, more than six years have passed. The scene changes to the West . . . A large Physical Education School comes into sight . . . The instructors are Jeanne Durfee and Ralph Berlin . . . They have formed a partnership in the business . . . Incidentally, there has been another partnership formed . . . probably for life. The tea leaves seem to move about . . . Suddenly they take the shape of a Chem- ical Laboratory . . . A chemist is bending over his work . . . He looks up-it is Paul Gregg . . . His so-called chemical experiments in school proved beneficial. The laboratory fades into the distance . . . an airplane takes its place . . . the air hostess, Helen Raybuck, patiently waits for the pilot . . . here he comes . . . Well, if it isn't Keith Smith . . . Better late than never, Keith. Now follows a successful beauty shoppe owned by Edna McLaughlin and Helen Purenski . . . Helen is using her hair for advertising permanents . . . Not a bad idea. A breeze blows from the window . . . the tea leaves fiutter . . . a hospital with Mabel Smith as a competent nurse is seen . . . As in the past, she goes about lending sympathy and a kindness to everyone. The tea leaves again move about . . . they take the shape of a book . . . the title and author seem familiar . . . the book is "The Winton Brothers," written by Margaret Creacraft, who has become a famous author. The breeze blows stronger . . . the cup crashes to the floor . . . During this short time I have been given the opportunity of looking into the future of my classmates. As we are about to face the problems of the future, let us strive to do our best in all things. -HELEN EDMINSTER. 1 T WN? Q2 is 2 2 18 .. -. -5. ' J HI-Y OFFICERS President ......,,..,,,.. ,..,,,,,,...,,........ ,,.,,....,. R a lph Berlin Vice-President ..... ............ R ohert Collins Secretary .......,,...,,....................,...,.......,.....................,........, George Marovich Treasurer ,.,,.,, ..,,........ ,...,.....,............,,........,.,...,..,............ R a ymond Ghering STANDING-Jack Durfee, Ralph Berlin, Siegfried Novak, Rev. VV. E. Minnigh, Paul Gregg, Robert Nicols, Arthur Howard. George Marovich. SITTING-Merton Boyles, Eugene Markley, VVillis Arnold. Russell Leri, Eugene Troutner, Gerald Smith, Robert Collins, Gordon Sherman. Membership in the club was increased to eighteen members. Weekly meetings have been held during the school year. Trips were taken to the Y. M. C. A. in Titusville and to the city of Cleveland, where the club members saw the Cleveland Indians play the New York Yankees. A basketball team was sponsored by the club. This team played in the district tournament. Reverend Wendell E. Minnigh acted as adviser to the club and conducted a Bible Study course of eight weeks. The club feels deeply grateful to Rev. Minnigh for his sincere interest in the c1ub's activities. TRI-HI-Y The officers were: President .......,... ..... ......... B e tty Altenburg Vice-Pres ident ....... . ,....... Frances Gal ford Secretary .......................... ..,.,.. ..... ....... .....,......... H e l e n Ra ybuck Treasurer .......................................,.................................. Virginia Ingraham BACK ROW-Beatrice Culver, Velta Bowes, Marcella Peavy, Helen Clark, Margaret Creacraft, Helen Edminster. Jeanne Durfee, Dalia Leri. MIDDLE ROVV-Louise Rayhuck, Cathryn Galford, Ellen Carpenter, Zola McCrillis, Edythe Shaul, Ethel Johnson, Lillian Post. Nancy McKay. FRONT ROW'-Mabel Smith Cecile Boyer, Laura Jane Clark, Helen Rayhuck, Virginia Ingraham, Frances Galford, Ruth Howard. Helen Purenski. ABSENT-Betty Altenburg, Leah Proper, Helen Van Cise, Gladys Morhead, Elizabeth Peeples, Thelma Smith. The Tri-Hi-Y Club consists of thirty members. n Induction services were held early in the school year. All members took part in the State Bible Contest conducted by Rev. Wendell Minnigh. Several assembly programs were presented by the club. Candy sales were held to raise money for the annual trip sponsored by the club. Vir- ginia Ingraham attended the district conference held in Meadville, as a delegate from the club. Advisers were Mrs. E. H. Durfee and Mrs. Oram Feely. SPORTSMEN'S CLUB President. ............ ......... E ugene Markley Vice-President .....,. ....... R ichard Markley Secretary ..............,. .......... R alph Herron Treasurer ..........................................................,,.............,....,.,.,,.. Ralph Berlin BACK ROXV-Arthur Howard. Jesse Herring, Gerald Smith, Robert Nicols, Paul Reib, Leonard Mosher. MIDDLE HOVV-Lewis Antill, Henry Yochum, Ralph Berlin, Kenneth Harris, Harlan Drake, Rudolph Katulich, Mr. Harvey. FRONT RONV-Russell Leri, Leland Syhrant, Merton Iloyles, Eugene Markley, Siegfried Novak, NVillis Arnold. Robert Archer. A very appropriate assembly program, in which "J oe Careless" and "John Careful" dramatized correct and incorrect ways of handling guns and of general conduct in the field, was held in October. Protector Miller of Titusville was guest speaker and answered many questions during a free discussion period. During the winter months practically every member engaged in some type of conservation program by building shelters and feeding game. The annual spring vermin hunt resulted in the death of many crows, hawks and owls. Organized snake hunts on nearby trout streams met with great success and we feel that fishing will be much improved as a result of these efforts. Plans for the annual field day are now being made and as usual the losers in the vermin contest will "feed" the winners. The primary objects of the club, "to teach sound game and Hsh conservation and to make every sportsman a "good sportsman" is being realized through our club meetings and activities. 19 --A -1 x,......,.,.,.u. ,..W.,. ..W.,N.. 11. -J s- . s 5 3 5 i. i 'M Ng S Si . : www uhiliih ri I . r .Ira GIRLS' CHORUS BA'Cg ROVV-Dalia Leri, Ruth Howard, Marian VVilcox, Virginia Barnes, Cathryn Galford, Velta owes. MIDDLE ROVV-Mabel Smith, Zola McCrillis, Edythe Shaul, Helen Marovich, Beatrice Hanna, Marcelline Jones. Marcella Peavy. FRONT ROVV-Jeanne Durfec, Frances Galford, Laura Jane Clark, Nancy McKay, Louise Raybuck, Helen Clark, Margaret Creacraft. ABSENT-Dorothy Howard, Hazel Sterling, Betty Altenburg, Mary Banta, Edna McLaughlin. The Girls' Chorus of twenty-five members had a very active year, making their first appearance in the Christmas cantata. An ensemble and a trio selected from the Chorus won first place in the Music Contest at Linesville and represented the county in these events in the district contest at Slippery Rock on April 4. The chorus took part in both the local festival on May 1 and the county chorus festival which was at Conneaut Lake on May 6. ORCHESTRA Director ...,... ,,,,,...,...,..,..,.,..,,A,,,....,.......,,,,..,,..,,,..,,...,......,,..... E . S. Johnson ' ............,................................,.............,......... Virginia Barnes Margaret Creacraft, Samie Roberts. Beatrice Hanna, Betty Altenburg. James Lewis, Orlo Brown, Jean Boyer Violins ....,.... ...,,.,, Clarinels .,... .... .......................,.,,.........,...........,...............,...,,......, L o uise Raybuck Helen Raybuck, Virginia Ingraham, Dorothy Howard Trombones ........ Jeanne Durfee "M''H''""N''"Ki2i6ii'Aii55if'iiEiiIiEtiI'ii'a'EEi5, Gerald Smith Trumpets., .................,...,,...,.,.i,...,.............,.....,..,.......,,,,.,...................,,..,..,..,.,,,.,.,.,,.,................................. Jack Durfee Nancy McKay, Margaret McLaughlin, Raymond Ingraham, Joe Arnold, VVillis Arnold Piano ..............,.,..............,..........,..,..,,...,....,,......,,..,,,,,.,...................,...,....,......,,............ Mabel Smith, Marcella Peavy Nine new pupils have earned places in the orchestra this year, bringing the total membership of the organization to twenty-four. In addition to playing several programs at fair time, the group made appearances in school assemblies, commencement, and took part in the Crawford County instru- mental festival at Guys Mills on April 22 and the local festival on May 1. PRESS CLUB S'l'AluDINQTJaek Durfee, Paul Heib, Zola Mctlrillis, Beatrice Hanna, Gordon Sherman, George l UFOVIL' I. SITTING-Marcella Peavy, Helen Edminster, Jeanne Durfee, Mabel Smith, Dalia Leri, Virginia Barnes The Press Club has continued its work in publishing the school newspaper, "The Torch." The goal of the organization has been to bring out editions which will be suitable in entrance into contests next year, sponsored by the Pennsylvania School Press ssociation. Another duty of the organization has been to submit school news to Meadville and Titusville papers. 'l'he staff was as follows: Managing Editor ......... Associate Editor .....,. ...........lNIabel Smith .........Jealme Durfee Sports Editor ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, P aul Rmb Slflfiefll Eliillll' -,--...,f.. ......... Z ola Mcllrillis Literary Editor .......,,.., ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, D alia Lpri E-ITQIIIIIUG Eflillll' -.--....,............. - . .................. ......... ............ H e len Edminster BUSINESS llltllltlgel' ,,.................,..,,,.,,.,,,.....,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,...A A,,,, Q I ordon Sherrngn R?D0I'1PI'S ,--4----v--------....--f............................... ......................... B eatrice Hanna George Marovich, Virginia Barnes, Marcella Peavy, Dorothy Howard. Jack Durfee Adlllsflf ----,,' ---,--,,-...........,................. ............................. .....,. E . S . Johnson 21 Hill 3 I .- , i Q M W.. M. W- ......... E """7 44. ! , . , . ff.-v -MMM, f f -M 0. n fi ,W-ww, X 1 A .gf :-,,- - -. tofu. ' ms mf ,., 5 . . ,y . .,... WBTJ77' Tw . '. ', . . , V .. Q ., , . -. , DRAMATIC CLUB BACK ROW-Russell Leri, Robert Collins, Paul Gregg, Ralph Berlin, XVillis Arnold, Go1'don Sherman. Paul Rieb. George Marovich, Jack Durfee. MIDDLE ROW-Margaret Creacraft, Lillian Post, Ethel Johnson, Laura Jane Clark, Virginia Ingraham, Ellen Carpenter, Zola McCrillis, Louise Hayhuck, Beatrice Culver. FRONT ROVV-Frances Galford. Dalia Leri, Nancy McKay, Jeanne Durfee, Edythe Shaul, Mabel Smith, Helen Clark, Helen Edminster. The officers were: President .,,,........,,.......,,,. ...,.....,.....,.... P aul Gregg Vice-President ...,....,......,..,...............................,......,............ Louise Haybuck Secretary-Treasurer ,......,..,.,,......,,,.... ............,..........l,,.l,,........ it label Smith The Dramatic Club was very active at the beginning of the year, undertaking the production of three one-act plays, which were directed by members of the club and were presented on the evening of November 22. Student directors for the productions, "Be Home By Midnight," "Uncle George Pops In" and "Managing Mother," were Ellen Carpenter, Mabel Smith and Jeanne Durfee. Characters in the plays included Charles Armstrong, Zola McCrillis, Eugene Markley, Beatrice Culver, George Marovich, Robert Collins, Jack Durfee, Frances Galford, Paul Gregg, Gordon Sherman, Ralph Berlin, Leah Proper, Edythe Shaul and Willis Arnold. Some of the funds which were received from this undertaking were used to defray expenses for a club theater party. COMMERCIAL CLUB BACK ROVV-Jeanne Durfee, Paul Gregg, Harlan Drake, Siegfried Novak, Ralph Berlin, Cecile Boyer. MIDDLE ROVV-Helen Edminster, Frances Galford, Edythe Shaul, Juanita Hellern, Beatrice Culver. FRONT RONV-Helen Purenski, Helen Rayhuck, Laura Jane Clark, Virginia Ingrahain, Margaret Creacraft, Freda Mosher. The officers were: President ......,........, ......... J eanne Durfee Vice-President .......... ,.......,... 1 idythe Shaul Secretary ....,.....,..... ,...... H elen Edminster Treasurer .....ll,.,,,,,,.,......,,......l,,..,.,.........,.....,..,,,.., ............,..., H elen Purenski The High School Commercial Club began the school year 1940-41 with twenty- tive members. The main objective of the club was to produce a business atmosphere and a busi- ness background to create interest in daily classes. Various discussions on topics per- taining to business procedures and ethics were held. A study of vocations was made by each student during the school year and a selected vocation was chosen by each club member. FRENCH CLUB BACK ROW'-Jack Durfee, Robert Collins, Eugene Markley, Gordon Sherman. MIDDLE BOW-Juanita Hellem, Cathryn Galford, Zola McCrillis, Ellen Carpenter, Mary Childs, ean oyer. FRONT ROW-Virginia Barnes, Marcella Peavy, Jeanne Durfee, Beatrice Hanna, Cecile Boyer. Velta Bowes. The officers were: Presidenl., ...,,. ......... ....... Z o la Mclirillis Vlf7e'P7'9Sldellf .....-.. ......... T helma Smith Sevfelufy -.-..---------.. .il.,.... E llen Carpenter l'I'2llSlU'9I' ----------.-,-- . .--------..-.v.....-............................. ..i.....,.... C athryn Galford The French Club was organized in October. Meetings have been held each week during the school year. Several French songs were learned in these meetings, and French games were played. A dinner, with the menu in French, was enjoyed by the club during the last month of school. The motto of the club was, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." 23 SNNNE --..., Nw E CH., If M I. 5 :.3i.jsy,5ey,.:w iff 7-"Wt, ' .'x-fr:rwwPf'w' 717.1 v"'1i ' V F. F. A. CLUB STANDING-Leonard Mosher, Robert Nicols, Lewis Antill, Siegfried Novak. Kenneth Harris, Andrew Swahik, Rudolph Katulich, George ltlarovi'h. Eugene Troutner. SITTING-Robert Archer, Arthur Howard, Eugenie Markley. Mr. E. P. Vogel, Henry Yochum, Paul Reih and Harlan Drake. ABSENT-Keith Smith. Sammy Roberts, Mike Kuberry, George Yochum, Gaylord Yochum, Delbert Van Cise, Alden Post. lfrank Jones, Gerald Smith and Gilbert Stockwell. The F. F. A. Club sent a Demonstration Team to the State Farm Show. Our Chapter has acted as purchasing agent for the other F. F. A. chapters of Crawford County. Harlan Drake. President of our Chapter in 1939-40 and President of the county organization for 1941, received the State Farmer's Degree. Eugene Markley was recently elected Vice-President of the County Organization. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB BACK ROVV-Norma Davenport, Marian N'Vilcox, Agnes Proper, Lillian Post, NVyona Sterling, Kathryn Doolittle, Margaret Gariepy. MIDTWLF POW-Violet Parkin. Cathryn Galford. Ellen Carpenter, Helen Marovich, Virginia Antill, Ethel Johnson. Eleanor Bauer. FRONT ROW'-Ruth Howard, Louise Rayhuck, Laura Jane Clark, Helen Purenski, Helen Rayhuck, Helen Clark. - ABSENT-Leah Proper. OFFICERS President ...,,.......... ,.,,,..,..,.............. . .. ,...... Laura Jane Clark Vice-President ,,,..... ....,...,,.,,,.......,. ,,..,,. H e len Marovich Secretary ......,...,... , ..,.. ............,... M ildred Drake Treasurer .....,,...............................,. ........,. .......... ...,.,............... V e lta Bowes After the club was organized, a schedule of meetings was arranged and program committees appointed for each meeting. A great deal or time and eifort was put forth by various club members in secur- ing worth while material and information for a school hand book. This will be pub- lished next year. Leah Proper was head of a committee that designed and made a banner inthe club colors. Our assembly program consisted of a twelve-girl chorus and several readings. A party was held January 11 and a very enjoyable evening was spent in games and other fun. Mothers of the club members were entertained by the club on May 14. A few of our original objectives have not been realized, but we do feel proud of those things we have accomplished during the past year and are looking forward to bigger and better things to come. F. F. A. DEMONSTRATION TEAM Harlan Drake and Gaylord Yochum Harlan Drake and Gaylord Yochum were selected for the demonstration team. "Grinding Feed the Electric Way," was the demonstration which they presented at the State Farm Show. All of the units for the demonstration were built by the boys, except the grinder and the motor. The demonstration was presented in a creditable manner. ,Q 2 A av 1 1-1 me -K xf- - xv, -- -"L I ,NA . yx- r 1? ' 'ref s iffy. r" iff- . U 55' Hz- 1 -4. i. ry' 1-. 53. E . FQ at LG . ., Q lv' .4 v- Q, ?"f.-- . ,-3. iff. -fr. A . L-"'... - vw. A-'Pix I 5:1517 , 1. J Q, . fx . 'W . f-L gf , ' BOYS' VARSITY TEAM STANDING-Mr. Harvey, Jack Durfee, Richard Markley, Rudolph Katulich, Merton Boyles, Arthur Howard, Russell Leri and Harlan Drake, manager. SITTING-Edward Werling, Robert Nicols, Robert Collins, Ralph Berlin, Kenneth Harris and Siegfried Novak. Boys' Varsity Basketball practice began the first week in November with a large squad reporting for competition. Harris, Berlin, Werling and Novak formed the foundation, around which one of the schoo1's most powerful combinations in recent years was developed. Nichols, a new student to T. H. S., became the fifth member of the varsity. Collins developed as a valuable guard later in the season. The season opened with successive wins over strong opponents. Mid-season saw several losses. The squad finished the season with a string of victories, including Cochranton, a Class A opponent. The Varsity entered the Crawford County tournament and were defeated 39-36 by a strong opponent from the Western division. Coach Harvey predicts another strong squad next year. Spartansburg ..... ....... 1 6 Townville .... ....... ........... 2 0 Bloomfield . .,.., ....... 2 2 " . ...... .20 Randolph .... ....... 2 6 " ....... 11 Cochranton ...... ....... 3 5 ....... 25 Randolph ........ ....... 4 9 ....... 32 Bloomfield ...... . ...... 20 ....... 37 Cochranton ,. ....... ...,. . .28 ....... 39 Spartansburg ..... ....... 2 7 ..,.... 34 Saegerstown ....,.. ....... 2 2 ......, ll Saegerstown .......... ....... 2 9 ....... 31 Bloomfield' ................ ....... 2 5 ....... 23 East Fallowfleld ...... , ...... 40 ' ....... 36 unvllle ................. ,...... 2 0 ' ....... 54 St. Edwards ......... ....... 8 ....... 4 3 Sunville .......... ....... 1 3 ....... 36 St. Josephs ........ ....... 1 6 ....... 25 Alumni .......,.. ....... 1 6 ....... 21 GIRLS' VARSITY STANDING-Edythe Shaul imanagerj, Nancy McKay, Ellen Carpenter, Frances Galford, Katheryn Doolittle and Mr. Harvey. SITTING-Louise Rayhuck, Beatrice Culver, Dalia Leri, Helen Marogich, Cathryn Galford and Margaret Creacraft. The Girls' Varsity started the season with several losses. Mr. Harvey acted as coach during the last half of the season and developed a smooth working combination. The girls showed good spirit and sportsmanship throughout the season. Next year the squad will feel the loss of three players: Margaret Creacraft and Beatrice Culver, who played guard positions, and Frances Galford, who played a for- ward position. FRESHMAN CLASS TEAM A Ralph Berlin lcoachi, Jack Durfee, Russel Lcri, Gerald Smith, Rudolph Katulich, Eugene Troutner. Although the Freshmen were considered small and supposedly green, they worked hard to attain the title of the best class team in the High School. They were good sports and will be good material for next year's varsity. .27 .lf-f-awe n... w- nv-Q-Q--gp-91 V. - ,,.. , I iv 4, ,. , .,- , - . .um-.mm 1 A 1 Q F" 3 . Q 228 Q, ai f' Qi y BLUE GOLIJ STAFF SITTING-Hkrll Drlk B111 M ,F Glfrd Si Eiiw',HNlhBeli QEdlfor-in-Cgiefl, Jgangxe Basie, Qiieagiigl EdRiol:3?sSle:fr?ed Nirvc:acke?Sports Eziitoriip r n Other members of the staff are: Associate Editors Paul Gregg, Virginia Ingraham y Advetliaing Committee A Mable Smith, Jeanne Durfee, Beatrice Culver, Ralph Berlin, Leah Proper, Harlan Drake The Annual staff, with Mr. Durfee as adviser, worked very hard this year and co-operated in every Way to publish THE BLUE GOLD. - ' P. uwwbvx y SENIOR PLAY CAST A J Raymond Ghering, Ral h Berlin, Alden Post Ga lord Yochum, Beatrice Culver, ,MabelfSmith, Jeanne Dm-fee, Leng Proper, aayme Shauf and' virginia mer-alum, ' --,, The Senior play was presented April 25, 1941 and attracted I large It was repeated on April 30 by popular demand. Miss Naser directed the play. Raymond Ghering- and Gaylord Yochum starred in the comedy roles. - . v '- A Financially, the play was very successful. - 'Y Y A SENIOR CLASS TEAM ' STA1ggiltl:11Gc:-gzeaillgggafez lCoachj, Laura Jane Clark, Virginia Ingraham, Freda Mosher, SITTING-Mabel Smith, Jeanne Durfee and Edna McLaughlin. The Senior girls by virtue of three consecutive victories won undisputed claim to the class bask tball cham ' ' ' ' e pionship. Closest competition in the tournament was ofered by the Junior girls, who held the winners tofa 10-6 score. 29 P 1 ot- 4. COMPLIMENTS of ECO D TIONAL BANK L ?Z0Qi...M QQ 75? TITUSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA 30 510111010101 xi rioioioi ri will 1 11101 ri 1 xi xi D1 COMPLIMEN TS of TIT SVILLE TRUST COMPANY GD- 4 2? -X TITUSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA 3 hi-.'. SUPERLATIVES Martha Sterling . . . ....... Sweetest . . . . . . Irene Howard . . . Dalia Leri ........ Virginia Ingraham .... Margaret Creacraft Mable Smith ........ Zola McCri1lis. . . Beatrice ....... . Dorothy Harris .... Helen Van Cise ...... Katheryn Doolittle .... Virginia Barnes .... ? ? ? ? ......... Nancy McKay .... Wyona Sterling .... Gladys Morehead .... . Louise Raybuck .... Velta Bowes .... Edythe Shaul ..... Betty Altenburg ..... Frances Galford . . . Mabel Smith .... Helen Edminster. . . Mabel Smith ..... Beatrice Hanna .... Marcella Peavy .... Edna McLaughlin .... ???? ........... Ruth Howard ..... Leah Proper .... Jeanne Durfee. . . Freda Mosher . . . . . . Best Looking . . . Musical . . . Most Digniiied . . . . . . .Most Athletic. . . . ....Best Dancer.... . .... Sammy Roberts . . .Art Howard . . . .Kenny Harris . . . Ralph Herron . . . . Bob Nicols . . . Harlan Drake . . . . Best All Around . . . . . . . . . .Ralph Berlin . . . Hottest Tempered . . . .... Eugene Markley . ...Gets Around. . . . ... .Gum Chewer. ... Pest . . . Most Brilliant . . . . . . .Most Original. . . . . . . Biggest Talker . . . Quietest . . . . 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Opposite Post Office Phone 314 11402 vjoiujojvjtrioiavioicwjoia x14n1o14r1o:nivio1o1oi: 110101010 10101 D4 11011 rioioioioiarioicricxiarioicvitsia 0101011 I ! ! ! ! ! ! i Q ! Q ! ! vine, rqboiexiexiwsifnioioixrimninniozoioif viuzuioiuinrioioif xjoj0jo1oio1o1n:4x:o1rr14v1o1oju:u1nv14x1o1o1nj4 Q 0.014 WILLIS L. ARNOLD Funeral Home Established 1875 Invalid Coach Both Phones TOWNVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA FRED C. RIEDE HARDWARE Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Ferry's Bulk Garden Seeds and Garden Equipment Grass and Field Seeds of Highest Purity Harness, Collars and Extra Harness Parts Poultry Fencing and Supplies-Paints and Oils Plumbing and Bathroom Fixtures "IF IT'S ANYTHING IN HARDWARE, WE HAVE IT" Bell Phone 36-J3-Townville, Pa. Eastern Crawford, 11-W COMPLIMENTS of CENTRAL GARAGE KEYSTONE Gas and Oils Arch Hanna, Prop. TOWNVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA LEONARD M. TORREY Flour and Feed Coal, Land, Lime, Fertilizer Cement, Roofing and Quality Field Seeds TOWNVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA 01010301031 11sit11ficwifwifnic111nic111iioioioicvioitrimrierioioifxixvic 38 inioioiuioioi xi ri 1103030341101 xi rioioioiui rioioioiniuio sxitbi1bi1bicvi4li4r11r14ri1r14bi bioioioim ini: 1010103 riuioinif 101011 BOSSARD'S ESSO STATION TOWNVILLE, PA. General Repairing Atlas Tires and Batteries FORD PARTS and Accessories MYSTIC PARK Free Swimming Boats to Let Covered Picnic Tables Playgrounds for Children Refreshment Stand SPENCER'S GROVE A. K. BOSSARD, Prop. COMPLIMENTS CCMPLIMENTS of GILLETTE'S STORE of TOWNVILLE, PA. A, 3, P, COMPLIMENTS OF MARGARET SQUIER'S BEAUTY SHOPPE TOWNVILLE, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF Donald R. Ingraham Lumber Company TOWNVILLE, PA. 111:iflioiuioizrinioioioiu 11 SUPER MARKET 315 W. Spring Street TITUSVILLE, PA. 0101010101 oioioiojoioiogf1411014niuingoinioxl-10101011 ,1u101n1010:o:41010101410101010111111111131-ifieicrieicicnixzvicr 0:0 n1014rio10ini010i0i0i4 BENNETT DAVIS T COMPLETE OUTFITS for COMMENCEMENT for YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN Also A Complete Line of Gifts, Useful and Wanted TITUSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA WENTWORTH AUTO SALES Mt. Hope Garage FORD MERCURY Sales and Service GUYS MILLS CR. D. 25, PENNSYLVANIA MOSBACHER-For Good Jewelry Our Compliments to the Graduating Class of 1941 MEADVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA Opposite the Post Office DUNN'S Stationery and Supply House Standard and Portable Typewriters Your School Supply House "1 n-4 Pl C1 fn 4 v-4 F' F' P1 'U P-1 Z Z U1 '4 T' 4 U' 2 r-1 U' agen, ! Q ! ! ! l ! n ! n ! ! ! ! S ! n ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! n u 11010101014 ixrifvioioierioinriarisxioioifnif rioioxoioioi 1101010101010 STERLING BROS. PENN ZOIL TITUSVILLE, PA. PHONE 440-9448 COMPLIMENTS of Titusville Dairy Products Co. TITUSVILLE, PA. RITZ RESTAURANT Food Pastry Candy Soda Fountain "A Pleasant Place to Stop" CORRY, PA. UNION CITY 110101134143 :rx 14141 it STOP AT Washington Lunch New York Lunch Regular Hot Dinners Hot Dogs Hamburgs QUALITY FOODS at Lower Prices TITUSVILLE, PA. MEADVILLE, PA. Tables for Ladies 101411 101: 302 10101011 20101014 Y W w 42 ifviiviavimnioiuioioioioioic P. O. BUE 8: SONS Sporting Goods 129 Diamond Street TITUSVILLE, PA. 1 101 xi 14134111111niaiixieximmicnixi 11 COMPLIMENTS OF ISALY'S in Titusville ICE CREAM LUNCHES "Ends the Quest for the Best" STAN'S Dry Cleaning, Tailoring Complete Service in One Stop Over Strouse 8: Benson 190 W. Spring Street TITUSVILLE, PA. Gawne Cycle Service Bicycles-Accessories Motor Scooters R. J. BOLARD, Owner 371 North St. Meadville, Pa. Lumber and Building Supplies A. SHREVE 8: SONS LINCOLNVILLE, PA. See the New Styles in Hamilton, Gruen and Elgin Watches A. F. NELSON, Jeweler TITUSVILLE, PA. Clark Photo Service 134 DIAMOND STREET Titusville, Pennsylvania Films developed and printed, 25c CHARLES TUTTLE Watch .Maker and jeweler Opposite Hotel Bartlett CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, PA. WHITE INN W. R. JONES, Prop. Dancing Every Saturday Night Music by Cornhuskers of Edinboro Phone: Saegerstown 2694 COMPLIMENTS OF C. J. HOLCOMB Little Cooley, Pennsylvania GENERAL MERCHANDISE JOHN F. BARBER INSURANCE Titusville, Pennsylvania COMPLIMENTS OF THE CHIC BEAUTY SALON Titusville, Pennsylvania COTTAGE GROCERY Mrs. Paul Bisbee, Prop. Phone 893x13 HYDETOWN, PA. S. C. HOPKINS Sporting Goods TITUSVILLE, PA. Kalamazoo Stove 8: Furnace Co. 215 Center St., Meadville, Pa. Phone 291 220 S. Franklin St., Titusville, Pa. Phone 1021-X riavioioioioioioioianioi 1011 ,init 1024 E. K. THOMPSON Everything in Drugs Visit Our Soda Fountain TITUSVILLE, PA. rioioioioioiniirioicrit nine, 1311113111111ixozozoznxozi10101w:o:ozn101o:ci:014rcn,10:o14v1o1u:ci:4s1er14fzozojnz-txoiozox--10101011 coMPL1MEN'rs OF Coca-Cola Bottling Co. TITUSVILLE, PA. PAUL DANNER HAWTHORN BEACH CANADOHTA LAKE, PA. INTERNATIONAL Truck Sales and Service FRANK ALBERTI 134 E. Central Avenue TITUSVILLE, PA. H. T. CHARLES JEWELER Fine Repairing a Specialty Convenient Credit if Wanted MEADVILLE, PA. HARTMAN 8: JUDD COMPLIMENTS l Hardware, Stoves, Paints and Oils Vogue Beauty SCFVICC Plumbing, Heating and Tinning PHONE 63 TITUSVILLE, PA. u 247 Chestnut St. Meadvllle, Pa. Make Your Cgrvjirtaggmtlies with a PHOTOGRAPHS . SS . M h. H. E. ELLSWORTH Singer ewlng ac Inc Finishing for Amateurs Center I Films for Sale 132 West Central Street A11 Kmdg Commercial Work hone 115-w TITUSVILLE, PA. 887 Market St. Meadville, Pa. JONES BROTHERS 130 E. Central Avenue TITUSVILLE, PA. Phone 84 "BEST BUICK YET" YEAGER'S Master Shoe Rebuilders 895 Park Ave. MEADVILLE, PA. Murdoch's Flower Shop Flowers For All Occasions Phone 1062 TITUSVILLE, PA. JOHN W. BOWES FLORIST Saegerstown Road 900 Water St. MEADVILLE, PA. WEST END MARKET Red and White Stores TITUSVILLE, PA. Farm Service Company Dealers in LANO Feeds, Flour, Grain, Seeds, Roofing, Lime and Ferailizer HYDETOWN, PA. Boats, Canoes, Bicycles ELMER SMITH Q lo !U' I5 jo Q0 I-I1 153 Qi- -3' QE 21. 'P' C. E. Krach Appliance Co. 108 South Franklin Street Tirtusville, Pa. Phone 1436 GENERAL ELECTRIC ri: 101111 in 1 0:0 14101 911,20 1 :minima 1 xjfvioioioioioifsicsisvifniozfrjcrioicxicrjcxiwvicnirrifviojojojoicozi 0:oojojojojoj1v:ojoio11v1o11n1ojn:ojo1o1o1o1o11nj4v11v4Dcnj1 ni:ritz:110101010101110:1r:oi1r1o1o1:xi:rzo:o14n11n14xio14n1410301 I. B. Horner Monument Works Designers and Builders Distinctive Cemetery Memorials 116 North Franklin Street Titusville, Pa. FOGLE SERVICE Mobilgas and Mobiloil Rentals and Recharges Cars Properly Lubricated PLEASANTVILLE, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF H. E. Coburn Bakery TITUSVILLE, PA. When You are hungry, and you want Good Food Stop at the Arcade Restaurant Titusville, Pennsylvania EAT AT Keystone Office Supply D1ck's Restaurant CO- 1 . J. R. Gmen, Prop. Steel 'and V'IY?Sgwgii::se Furniture 104 DIAMOND STREET 117 Diamond Street Tifusville, Pennsylvania Titusville, Pennsylvania C. W. Noyes Service . . Station . Tltusvllle 0 . Sinclair Gas and Oils Qulck Shge Repalrlng Washing and Lubrication Tubes, Batteries and Accessories C0. 213 S. Franklin St., Titusville, Pa. COMPLIMENTS or C. M. ROOT Cook's Insurance Service Paint and Electrical Store Coal and Builders' Supplies TITUSVILLE 252 S. Main Street and 136 Railroad Street PLEASANTVILLE, PA. CAMBRIDGE, PA, COMPLIMENTS OF FOSBURG 8: LOOKER DELICATESSEN TOWNVILLE, PA. KELLEY MILLING CO. Dealers in Flcur, Feed, Grain and Seeds G. L. F. Products, Roofing, Lime, Fertilizer Titusville, Centerville, Pa. 11111014 20101113 ie ini COMPLIMENTS of DAIRYMEN'S LEAGUE TOWNVILLE, PA. ozovzojoioioioiniuiujcnioioinioiuinini -inrirrjanioixriojojoioicrjesjod poj01o:o:o1o1oj4xxuiniuifvjoxujojoioiwifrjoiozcrjarpzn 1:1:ic110111301011rioiniuioiuifui nie 101: Hughes 8: Bush's Gulf Service TITUSVILLE, PA. R. F. YOUNG HARDWARE UNION CITY, PA. rioioiniuiuioic 110111103010 SERRIN'S AUTO PARTS TITUSVILLE, PA. L. Schleuhuber, Jr. 8: Co. TITUSVILLE, PA. jANET'S DRESS SHOP TITUSVILLE, PA. Bradford Supply Company TITUSVILLE, PA. SOL MEN'S SHOP MEADVILLE, PA. BONN'S MEN'S STORE TITUSVILLE, PA. A. JOHNSON STORE TITUSVILLE, PA. LOUIS WINITZKY 8: SON TITUSVILLE, PA. LUTTRELL'S-Dry Cleaning TITUSVILLE, PA. Shoe Hospital-Victor Vigilo TITUSVILLE, PA. J. Coleman Smith 8: Co. Frigidaire-RCA-Bendix TITUSVILLE, PA. LEE COATES 118 E. Central Avenue TITUSVILLE, PA. ARTHUR WESTGATE General Hardware RICEVILLE, PA. Shortz ,Beauty Shoppe MEADVILLE, PA. WILLIAM 8z HORMAN 112 North Franklin Street TITUSVILLE, PA. Community Loan Company TITUSVILLE, PA. F. J. DeVillars 8: Sons MEADVILLE, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF WAGERS MARKET TITUSVILLE, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF KINGSLEY'S PLEASANTVILLE, PA. PENN DRESS SHOPPE "Always Something New" TITUSVILLE, PA. Diamond Billiard Parlor K. j. Hinkson, Prop. TITUSVILLE, PA. Dorothy's Beauty Shoppe Hotel Bldg. UNION CITY, PA. Rexford A. Brown-Florists UNION CITY, PA. Phone 18 COMPLIMENTS OF VENANGO INN VENANGO, PA. HOWARD AMY-Insurance NEW RICHMOND, PA. McCandrew Drug Stores TITUSVILLE, PA. Western Auto Associate Store 206 South Franklin St. TITUSVILLE, PA. FRANK P. ALLEN Your Hardware Dealer TITUSVILLE, PA. Mansion House Barber Shop TITUSVILLE, PA. A. F. NELSON 111 S. Franklin Street TITUSVILLE, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF THE EUROPEAN HOTEL TITUSVILLE, PA. CROSS' BEAUTY SHOP CENTERVILLE, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF WELISH-Gen'l Merchandise TOWNVILLE, PA. 101014 r11v14rioi1r1011vioioi1xiu11r ANNA A. CORLISS Notary Public TOWNVILLE, PA. ininifnioioioiuiiriarif ijoinzaozo rjuioiujoinihic vi4 111 ririirirvlifnbxvjfxibitritnifrjfxt vjoioim P11 11011 riojoiojojcviujujc gr, 011 COMPLIMENTS W. J. ARNOLD ESTATE Funeral Home TITUSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS Baby Chicks of Distinction Hatched in 1941 GC0l'g6 T. Wils0n's Mercury Controlled Incubators S011 Poultry Health Service JEWELER Hickory Quality Hatchery 223 Chestnut Street Pine and French Streets c Fine Watch Repairing MEADVILLE PA Farm Service Co. Harley D. Carpenter Hydetown Phone 74 Electrical Supplies If It's For the Farm, and see FARM SERVICE Apphances Feeds, Seeds, Coal, Flour, General Farm Supplies MEADVILLE, PA. Wholesale and Retail PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 2 1:1 1 1 3 1:11 3 1 1u1o1.n1n1 1 :ci 1 111103111 inch 47 ALUMNI OF STEUBEN-TOWNVILLE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1 996 Donald E. Smith ..,.....,.........,. Townville, Pa. Edgar W. Kingsley . ..,.,......... ...... D eceased Adah M. Sayre Sutton . . . . . . . . .Youngstown, Ohio C'ara Wadsworth Hickernell.210 W. Third St., Erie, Pa. Maude Hawthorne ....,........... St. Petersburg. Fla. CLASS OF 1899 Grace Altenburg Ingraham ...,. Deceased joe C. Kingsley , .,,.,....... Cambridge Sprin s, Pa. Ffoyd D. Kingsley ........ .,..,.... T ownville, Pa. T. Earl Kingsley ..... C. Leslie Bogardus .. Dennis G. Coon . . Earl Hopkins. . . Deceased Guys Mills, Pa. . . . Address unknown ..........Deceased CLASS OF 1899 Earl Kingsley .,.............,....., T. .. Dfceaged . . . . ownvi e, a. . . . Cambridge Springs, Pa. ...............Deceased Floyd Kingsley ..... Joe Kingsley ,... Earl Hopkins. . . CLASS OF 1900 William R. Lingo .........,...... Deceased Ray Winton ............ .. . Fredericktown, Pa. Win Burchard .......... Texas, Post Office unknown Brice W. Walker. . . . . . . . . Guys Mills, Pa. Ralph S. Squier .. 1544 Lincoln Ave., Lakewood, Ohio Glenn A. Southworth .................... Deceased Mearl D. Southworth ..,................, Deceased Velma Hamlin ...,......... Deceased Louise Koockogey Wilkinson ..,.. .. Warren, Pa. Ruby March Eldred ...,, Chestnut St., Meadville, Pa. CLASS OF 1901 Hallie Mae Ingraham . .,... ., . Deceased Addie Hall Free ..... Louisiana, Post Office unknown Flora Lamb Allen ...... .... T ownville, Pa. Ethel Burgess Graves ....... Cambridge Springs, Pa. Floyd Glenn .. .............. Deceased Edith Hanna Prather . . ..,.,..... . .. Deceased E. Laverne Smith ....... Deceased CLASS OF 1902 Gertha Wood Gillette . . Townville, Pa. Ellis Hodge ..,.......... 616 W. Ninth St., Erie, Pa. CLASS OF 1903 Hazel Wood Russell ................ Townville, Pa. Hazel Clark Barton .,... .... . Mill Village, Pa. George E. McDonald .... Venango, Pa., R. D. Sherman Clark ...... ,... . . Deceased Harry D. Adams ..........,,. Titusville, Pa., R. D. CLASS OF 1904 Ethel Baker Barlow .........,......., Franklin, Pa. Helen Blair lngraham .. Townville, Pa. Edna Coburn Pardee 4133 S. Blvd., Youngstown, Ohio Archie E. Hopkins ..... 539 Main St., Masontown, Pa. Charley Gundaker . .,....... Townville, Pa., R. D. CLASS OF 1905 Charley Carr ........,. 15730 Lexington, Harvey, Ill. George Carpenter ....... 402 Mayor St., Oil City, Pa. Forrie Fleek ..,.........,........,.,, . Deceased Earl Ross ..,.. .................. C enterville, Pa. Maude Hopkins Smith ..... ..... T itusville, Pa. Hallie Clark Freeborne. .. .... 2415 N. Wiscomb, Spokane, Wash. CLASS OF 1906 Katherine Mallinee Miller .,.,.. . ...... St. Louis, Mo. Georgia Reib Moore .......,............ Franklin, Pa. Mearle L. Smith ...... . .... ..,.. . . Deceased Roy Reib .......,.... Oklahoma, Post Office unknown Leo H. Clarke... ........ ............. E rie, Pa. CLASS OF 1907 Elsie Minerva Hopkins .....,.,. .. .. .. Deceased Ora Mearle Kopf Warnock ....... 3502 N. Hill Sta., Akron, Ohio Leila Fern Sanders Hanna ..,. ..... H ancock, Iowa Nina Bowman Vosburg Bay City, Mich. Ernest Dale Malinee . . . . ........ Townville, Pa. Ralph Arlington Gilson .......... . Tryonville, Pa. Treva Sayre Helpbringer .......,.. 563 Wildwood Ave., Akron, Ohio Edith Belle Nason ..14322 Michigan, Dearborn, Mich. Clarence Cicero Case ...... 1114 W. 11th St., Erie, Pa. Nellie Hunt Olson .......... Dahoga, N. Y. Edna johnson Perkins ........ Died before graduation CLASS OF 1908 Martha Carr Fenner . 624 Rossmore, Pittsburgh, Pa. Gladys Pond Comstock ................ Akron, Ohio Gertha Smith Wilson ............. Donna, Texas Harry Masters ...... C. Alonzo Child. . . . Ray Sturges ..... ....White Mills, Pa. Deceased ...............Erie, Pa. Clifford Kightlinger ........ .. Amherst, Mass. Reid St. John ........... Cambridge Springs, Pa. George Southworth . .......... Redbank, N. Y. Hattie Borntrager Prenatt ............ Deceased H. D. Adams ........,... ,........,. T itusville, Pa. CLASS OF 1909 Isabelle Johnson Slingluil' ............... Townville, Pa. Eyla Eddy Altenburg .............. .... D eceased Clara Hollabaugh Markley ..... .. .Tryonville, Pa. Cora Durfee Harland ..... 411 Elk St., Franklin, Pa. Etta Waid Vance ...... .. ,.Westerville, Orio Carl Borntrager ....... 283 Lee Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. Neil Saunders... ............ Youngstown, Ohio Jessie Sayre.. ........................... Deceased CLASS OF 1910 Tressa Lovica Hood. ...... ..Townville, Pa., R. D. Harriet Zents Mason ...... Wilmerding, Pittsburgh, Pa. Jacob L. Banta ................. Townville, Pa., R. D. Iva Marie Barr .... 2256 W. 41st St., Los Angeles, Cal. Jasper Sayre .. ..... ..... S pink St., Wooster, Ohio Chas. Westley Olson. . 10147 Irving Ave., Beverly Hills, Chicago, Ill. Raymond Koockogey .......... .... P leasantville, Pa. M. Gail Donor . .... Centerville, Pa. Laura E. Russell Barr.. ............ Deceased Ward F. De Remer ...................... Utica, Pa. Lloyd W. Yochum ....................... Deceased Wm. Orlo Boss ..... ........ U . S. Marine Hospital, 67 Hudson St., New York, N. Y. Lowene Smith Southworth .... . ...... Redbank, N. J. Katie Winans Moyer ................. Ochelata, Okla. Pearl Sterling Seep ............,....... Titusville, Pa. Neil St. John ........... 1012 Avon St., Akron, Ohio CLASS OF 191 1 Homer Clark . .... .... ........ T o wnville, Pa. Claud Stockwell ........... 1822 Loesel Ave., Erie, Pa. Elias Robb ......................... Vandergrift, Pa. Donald Case ....... ...... . .... E dinboro, Pa. Karl Kopf .... ...140 Lockwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. Alice August Wetzel ................. Canfield, Ohio Beatrice Lewis ...................... Deceased Neva Lewis Hopkins ..... .... M asontown, Pa. Bertha Armstrong .... .. Fredericktown, Pa. Nellie Crawford Hull .... .... . .. Deceased LeRoy McCrillis ........ .... C enterville, Pa. CLASS OF 1912 Gaylord Bush ........... 859 Edge St., E. Akron, Ohio Clinton Ware ..... ..... A lden Street, Meadville, Pa. l"oyd Sayre ................ Conneaut, Ohio Norman Barton ................ Townville, Pa., R. D. Mary Squier Locke ....................... Deceased Daisy Stockwell Shorts ............... Titusville, Pa. Hazel Buckley DeWalt ................ Titusville, Pa. Varold Hawkins 3420 Gray Ave., Wesleyville, Pa. Gertrude Gillette Hanna. ....... Townville, Pa., R. D. Inez Ellison Whipple. .West High St., Union City, Pa. Mary Kane ..... . ....... Etna Branch, Pittsburgh, Pa. CLASS 01" 1913 CLASS 01" 1919 Meta Walton Hopkins ..... ,W. 33rd St., Miami, Fla. Earl Hoyt ............ ..,.,. C ambridge Springs, Pa. George Shorts ....... , ...,.,.,.,.,.. Titusville, Pa. Calno Wood ........,....,..,.. . .. Deceased Marion Judd ,.....,... . .218 Arch St., Meadville, Pa. Carl Hopkins .,........... W. 33rd St., Miami, Fla. Fannie Seaman Moore ...... . ..,.. Guys Mills, Pa. Norma Hopkins Bailey 97 Sherman Ave., Sharon, Pa. Marie Grove Bollingbrook. .3256 M Ave., Akron, Ohio George Mason ,.,.....,... ............ M eadville, Pa. Charles Strawbridge ..., Donald Ingraham .... . . . . . . .Townville, Pa. . . . , Townville, Pa. Glenn Murray . ..... ..,. C larksburg, W. Va. Mable Shaffer Decker... Thoreau Smith ...... Dorothy Leinback .... ..., . . . . . Franklin, Pa. . . . . . Guys Mills, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Erma Wood Baker .... South Ave. Extension Youngstown, Ohio Almond McKay ........,. Liberty, N. Y., R. D. 2 Nonna McKay Baker . ,.,.,. Liberty, N. Y., R. D. 2 Mildred Lamb Markley ..... 2828 Auburn St., Erie, Pa. Evelyn Hunter Johnson ...... Harbor Creek, Pa., R. D. Basil Seaman ., ....... .......... C onneaut, Ohio Hazel Burns Hart ..... .,....... N yack, N. Y. Elizabeth Baker .... .... T itusville, Pa. CLASS OF 1914 Roxie Shaffer Carpenter .......,...,.. Townville, Pa. Alice Armstrong Tindsey. .......... Asheville, N, Y. Hazel Judd Carpenter ............. Guys Mills, Pa. Gladys Armstrong Atwater ...... South Brownsville, Pa. George Ellison .,.....,.. ..... . . ..,. Deceased Helen Groves Hazeltown ,........ . South Bend, Wash. Marguerite Happell ....... . Lakeland, Fla. Jenny Lind Hibgy, 114 Glenwood Ave., Meadville, Pa. Lovina Higby Johnson . . . . . . . . . . Deceased Raymond Kightlinger. .376 Walker St., Cliffside, N. J. Jennie Stout Judd .................. . Deceased Bertha Terrill Childs .,..,.. . Townville, Pa. Grace Sterling Philips 613 llth St., Beaver Falls, Pa. Lillian Curtiss Morse,.l00 Litchfield, Rochester, N. Y. Roy Mills ........,...,.,. 619 W. 19th St., Erie Pa. Ida Childs ........ care of Wheelo:k's Greenhouse, Cambridge Springs, Pa. CLASS OF 1920 David Gillette ......,.,.......,....... Townville, Pa. Alice Gibson ..... .... . .. . , Deceased Ida Childs ..., ,...Cambridge Springs, Pa. Erma Wood Baker. .. .... South Ave. Extension Youngstown, Ohio CLASS OF 1921 Mabelle Jones Weidner .........,., Spartansburg, Pa. Robert Borntrager ...,.,........,.. Titusville, Pa. Kenneth Parker ........ ..Grand Valley, Pa. Lawrence Kopf ..,..... 1291 Pitkin Ave., Akron, Ohio Donald Childs .. .........,... East Aurora, N. Y. Clara Ghering ,.....,... St. Louis, Mo. Cleland Gillette. , . . ,... . . . , Mechanicsville, N. Y. CLASS OF 1 922 Edwin Durfee ......... ....... ....... T o wnville, Pa. CLASS OF 1915 Charles Quay ..... 247 Horton St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Damond Barlow ............... Elk St., Franklin, Pa. Lillian Waid Thompson . . . , . . . . Deceased Kent Smith ..... 1709 S. Main, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Ivan Barton ................,.,...... Townville, Pa. Mable Sensor ......,. ......,. , . Edinboro, Pa. Arthur Whipple. .. .... W. High St., Union City, Pa. Beulah Preston .... .....,.,.. ..,...., L u dlow, Pa. Charles Weber ,. .....,......... Titusville, Pa. Clarence Rieb ,...,.,.,...,... ........ D iamond, Pa. CLASS OF 1915 Wave Mosher .... , .... Townville, Pa. Miles Johnson ....... . , . . . Deceased Emery Dewey ...,.... . . . , Townville, Pa. Alexander Crawford .........,.,.,.... Townville, Pa. Blanche Jones Ongley ...........,.,... Centerville, Pa. Florence Shaffer Boyd Guy Mills Pa. Jessie Buckley Kellogg i A .467 'Allegheny, Meadville: Pa. William Quay, Jr.. , .582 W. Maple St., Hazelton, Pa. David Gillette ..........,..........., Townville, Pa. Jessie Armstrong ..... Polk, Pa. Rilda Marsh ......... 83 Daboll St., Providence, R. 1. CLASS OF 1917 Lloyd Barton .,............., ...... T ownville, Pa. Frank Brown Madison Barracks, Battery D., 25th S. A,. New York, N. Y. Bernita Gillette Scarem. ........., Spartansburg, Pa. Anna Eddy Hanna ....... Smithman St., Oil City, Pa. Emma Keyes Prozeller. . .. ............ Buffalo, N. Y. Nova Luce Noel .,.................. Guy Mills, Pa. Averill Looker Marsh. ......... . . Centerville, Pa. Bridget Kane ............ Etna Branch, Pittsburgh, Pa. Gladys Altenburg Hanna . . Townville, Pa. Leona Baker Fair . .... 432 Memorial, Grove City, Pa. Bonita Drake Wilson ........,....,.., Hydetown, Pa. CLASS OF 1918 Meredith Radle ...... . . Hoyt Gillette ....... Nina Crawford Page ........ Mildred Crawford Ross Edith Clark Anderson. .509 Elizabeth Gillette James ,... Ruth Henry Smith ..... . . . . Eva Rodgers Howard ...,... Fern Bailey Altenburg ..,... Marie Kohman Linder ....,. Oceana Terrill Ellis .... . .. ........,.Richmond, Va. . . ..... . . . . Deceased North St., Meadville, Pa. North St., Meadville, Pa. Spruce St., Titusville, Pa. . . . . , . Rural Retreat, Va. .. , .Townville, Pa., R. D. . . . .Centerville, Pa., R. D. . ... ,. ...Deceased Walnut St., Titusville, Pa. ......,........,Deceased Grace Murray ...,. . ,..., . ,. ...... Clarksburg, W. Va. Marion Gillette No. 8, University Circle, Linden, N. J. Bernice Ellison Magee ..,...,.. Bradford, Pa., R. D. l Esther Martin ...............,.,........., Deceased Carlos R. Boss ..,.. 85 W. High St,, Union City, Pa. CLASS OF 1923 Rex Carpenter .......,......,. Townville, P ., R. D. Kenneth M. Ghering ,... ,..., S outh Ave. Extension, Clenn Hamilton ..,...,...... Sammie Henry 7071 Greenwood Youngstown, Ohio . . . .Washington, D. C. Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. Watson Lupher. ........ 128 Church, Punxatawney, Pa. Leo Morehead. ...,... . ........,...... Titusville, Pa, Cecil Winans . . . . . . . Warren, Pa. Lloyd Wheelock, . . . . , . .Karlock Hallow, Bradford, Pa. Rudolph Pratt .... . Karl Yingling . . . . Earl R. Whipple .... Leon Altenburg ..,. Audrey Barton ..,.... .... Claire, Mich. ..... .. Butler, Pa. . . . . .Conneautville Pa. . . . . . Townville: Pa. .Townville, Pa., R. . . .... D' d D Martha Clark Holder .... , . . . Pg, Lulu Crawford Sullivan ...... ,. iamon , Townville, P ., R. D. Mildred Hollabaugh . .... . ..... Townville, PZ., R. D. Helen Lupher Dennis ,.... ...... C onneaut Lake, . Ruth Riede . .......... 1334 Blanche Van Cise. ........... . Alma Winton . .......... . Helen St. John Winans. .... .. CLASS OF Pa Morse Ave.. Erie, Pa. Centerville, Pa., R. . , . . Shippensburg, . .,........Warren, Pa. D. Pa 1924 Eloise Gillette Burnham. .29 Main St., Chatham, N. Y. Ethel McLaren .... . . ........ . . . , . Deceased Helen Bertram Boss. .85 W. High St., Union City, Pa. Ladds Smith .. .... 405 N. Drake St., Meadville, Pa. Adelaide Jones Preston ....,.. Centerville, Pa., R. D. 4 Marian Osborne .....,...... Jones St., Titusville, Pa. G d Ra 'd Mich Lulu Howard Pitt Ernestine Wheelock Marsh .,.,. ran pi s, . ,.Townville, Pa., R. D. Minta Wood Ghering ....,..... South Ave. Extension, Florence Hull Robertson .,.,.,. Treva Strawbridge McGinnett. . . Wayne B. Hayes .......,..., Joseph W. Mason ............ Carl Durfee , ...... George Lingo ..........,.... CLASS OF Dorothy Hayes Harmon ,.... .. Helen Ellison Bentley .,.,.. .. Norma Reynolds Armstrong .... Donna Teu-kesbury Yingling .. Youngstown, Ohio Cambridge Springs, Pa. .Centerville, Pa., R. D. .. . . . . . .Townville, Pa. . . . . . . . .Townville, Pa. . . . . . . . .Townville, Pa. .Dover, Dela., R. D. 2 1925 Cambridge Springs, Pa. . . . . . . . .Townville, Pa. .,.,.,.. Diamond, Pa. ., .,..... Butler, Pa. Clifford Daniels ....... 715 Hickory St., Meadville, Pa. Hazen Foster .,.......,.,... Wilfred Marsh , . . ...,. , . .. . Chapmanville, Pa. .Centerville, Pa., R. D. LeRoy Ghering .....,.... Titusville, Pa. CLASS OF 1926 Nora jones Hoovler ..,.,.,.,.,. Titusville, Pa., R. D. Leonard Gherin ....... ...... .... B u tler, Pa. Laura Stovall Shumate .,,.,..... 12114 Imperial Ave., Cleveland, Ohio Ellis Prather... .... 812 Center St., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wahneeta Strickland Donor. ........., Centerville, Pa. Vance Lupher .........., 2920 Liberty St., Erie, Pa. Ethel Childs Warp ........... Guys Mills, Pa., R. D. Fred Gillette .,.,.... . ...,,...... Townville, Pa. May Arnold jones .... .,.,.,...,. G uys Mills, Pa. Leora Hart Hayes ...., . . . . . ..,...,. Townville, Pa. Huber Smith ............ Curry Hill, Meadville, Pa. Susan Long Strickland .,....... . .... El Cajon, Cal. Charles Cutshall . ....,.,.... Guys Mills, Pa., R. D. Pearl Van Cise O'Brien ...........,.,.. Titusville, Pa. James Gillette ..,........,.....,..,.,. Townville, Pa. Alvah Terrill .....,.,.. 820 Grove St., Meadville, Pa. CLASS OF 1927 Raymond Corliss ..., 250 Mt. Ho St., Meadville, Pa. Lowell Winton .......... Duke Gniv., Raleigh, N. C. Clinton Van Cise ...,...,.,......... Centerville, Pa. Leroy Sherman ..., . . . . . . .care of Black Mt. Store, Cave Creek, Ariz. Ivan Shaffer .,,.......... ....Townville, Pa., R. D. Arbutus Shorts Saxton .,........,.... Guys Mills, Pa. Helen Reib Rickard .... .... ..... T ownville, Pa. Fay Hineman Oakes ........... Guys Mills, Pa., R. D. Mary Trutor Kingsley Burgoon.Allison Park, Pa., R. Arlene Moore Reese ......,...,....,. Townville, D. Pa. Georgie Davison Weitzel .,.,......... Guys Mills, Pa. Bernita Clark Marsh ........... Centerville, Pa., R. D. Harrington Smith ......... Saegerstown, Pa., R. D. 2 Irma Shaifer ........ ........ . ...... D ubois, Pa. CLASS OF 1928 Mearl Ellison .... 1 ........,....,.... Townville, Pa. Orlo Strawbridge . ..... .... H ydetown, Pa. Neldon Wheelock ........ . . . .Townville, Pa. Kenneth Seeley .. ........ ...... T ownville, Pa. Katherine Corliss Toohey ..... . ...... Townville, Pa. Lorraine DeRemer McGinnis. . . . . . . Los Angeles, Cal. Marjorie DeRemer Marvin. .. ..... .Tryonvil1e, Pa. Arnellon Drake Hunt ,..,. .... N ew York, N. Y. Bertha Durfee Byers .... Devota Hall Barton. . . . Irene Morten Willey ..... . . ..,., Galipolis, Ohio ............Townville, Pa. Deceased Alma McLaren Morris ....... 307 8th St., Franklin, Pa. Alice Proper Hopkins .........,..... Diamond, Pa. Donna Winans Armstrong ..,.....,... Guys Mills, Pa. CLASS OF 1929 Helen Arnold Fry .......... . ....... Linesville, Pa. Viola Beebower Knight ..... .... R . 9, Park Ave., Meadville, Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Sr., Ethel DuPont Lingo ................ .. Franklin, Ida Mae Hopkins Markley ...,..,.... Cochranton, Jessie Russell Magley .,....,... ....... T ownville, Helen Smith Bertram ......., Cambridge Springs, Rachel Wheelozk Pettigrew ........ .... 3 14 Pacific Franklin, Pa. Clara Whitman Lazelle ..., .....,.. F redonia, N. Y. Raymond Marsh ....... .. . , .Diamond, Pa., R. D. Edward Melhuish .........,.. Centerville, Pa. Orlo Hipple ,,...... ............ G uys Mills, Pa. John Trutor .,..,. ..... A llison Park, Pa., R. D. Nevin Teed ..... ............ C enterville, Pa. Lyle Parker. .... .......... T ryonville, Pa. CLASS OF 1930 Gladys McLaren Hirte ..,. .... 7 66 N. Main St., Meadville, Pa. john Hoover .....,....,,.......,.,, .... D eceased Lillian Hamilton Lobdell. ............ Centerville, Pa. Loleta Harris Simpkins ...... ..... . .. Bradford, Pa. Erwin Durfee ..........,.. Center St., Meadville, Pa. Neva Bancroft Gillette ...... .......... T ownville, Pa. Charles Gillette ..... .... ......... . . Townville, Pa. Otis Durfee . ...... .... M eadville, Pa., R. D. Shirley Teed Thorton .... ....... G uys Mills, Pa. Virginia Smith Happe. ..... 965 F St., Hillcrest, Meadville, Pa. Marie Prather ......., .. .......... Coudersport, Pa. Glenn Webster .. .... .... S aegerstown, Pa., R. D. 3 Venice Reynolds . . ,... ........ . .. Townville, Pa. Raymond Armstrong . . . . ......... Guys Mills, Pa. Willard S. Lupher .... ..... T ownville, Pa. Elward Hamilton ..,... .... C enterville, Pa. Irene Shade Seeley ..... ,... T ownville, Pa. CLASS Raymond Creacraft ...,... Albert Beebower .... Paul Gillette ...... Charles Kingsley .... Frank Markley ,...., Fred Morehead .... Milton Riede ..... Everette Davison Elva Black Gillette. .. Alice Bowes Olive Morehead Covel. . . . CLASS Katherine Dorr ........ , . Gretchen Dorr.. Robert Durfee .... Theora Barr Bunce.. Gerald In raham .... Vincent Ellison ..... Leo Bly ..... Clarence Judd. . . . . Glen Bowes ,...... Donald Reynolds .... William lc Ho omb. . .,., . ..,.,. . . . . Elizabeth Kingsley Gross ............... Townville Gilbert McLaren ....,.... Donald Terrill ....... . Sheldon Howe ....,. . Merton Pond ...,. .... CLASS Marion Pond . ...... . . Kenneth Marsh . OF 1931 .. . . . . . . . . . .Centerville, Pa. . . . . . Townville, Pa. . . . .Townville, Pa. . . .Townville, Pa. . . Buffalo, N. Y. . . . . .Tryonville, Pa. . . . . .Townville, Pa. Diamond, Pa. . . . .Townville, Pa. . . . .Townville, Pa. . . . .Titusville, Pa. 01" 1932 ............Townville, Pa. . . . . Townville, Pa. . . . . .Midland, Mich. . . . , .'1'ryonville, Pa. , . . . . Townville, Pa. Meadville, Pa. . . . . .Tryonville, Pa. , . . . . Meadville, Pa. . . . .Lincolnville, Pa. . ..,... Townville, Pa. .Centerville, Pa. , Pa. .561 Pine St., Meadville, Pa. Townville, Pa. ........... Centerville, Pa. ..................Deceased OF 1933 . . . . . Townville, Pa. . . . . .Struthers, Ohio Clair Hanna .......... Townville, Pa. Harold Smith ....... .... F ort Mead, Md. Helen Fisher Du Pont. .. ...... Townville, Pa. Lela Ingraham ,........ .... G uys Mills, Pa. Ellis Altenburg . .... . .... ......... T ownville, Pa. Zelma Reynolds Hipple.. .......... Titusville, Pa. Donald Bunce ..,...... ......... . . Tryonville, Pa. Helen Perry Boylan .......... Cambridge Springs, Pa. Alice Sybrant Hamilton . .......... Centerville, Pa. Charles Lake .......... ......... T ownville, Pa. Daniel Werling .... . . . . .Tryonville, Pa. Norman Corliss . ..... .... T ownville, Pa. Wilma Reib Melville . . . .... Guys Mills, Pa. Beatrice Bowes ...,.. .... T ownville, Pa. Manley Lupher ..... ...... T ownville, Pa. Eugene Clark .... . . . . .Centerville, Pa. Reid Van Cise .,.................... Centerville, Pa. CLASS OF 1934 Richard Bandley .... ....Cambridge Springs, Pa. Elmer Brown .. .. ........... Townville, Pa. Theodore Bunce .. ............. Tryonville, Pa. Leroy De Remer ............... Tryonville, Pa. Forrest Goodwill care of Mark Gray, Franklin St., Clifford Hipple .... Reid Winans ....... Elinor Abraham ........ .. ........... Townville, Pa. Esther Black Wege .......... Fern Parker Stanford Alice Anne Peavy Marsh ..... Arlene Quay Eldridge . Anna Tatalo'-'ich Smith ..... Evelyn Wood Beeman .. Titusville, Pa. ...,Guys Mills, Pa., R. D. 2 Townville, Pa. . . . . .'I'itusville, Pa. Meadville, Pa., R. D. l . Struthers, Ohio Meadville, Pa., R. D. 8 Guys Mills, Pa.. R. D. ..............Titusville, Pa. CLASS OF 1935 Autumn Clark Gill ................... Titusville, Pa. Francis Davison .................... Diamond, Pa. Dorothy Fitz Beebower . . .... . . . . . Townville, Pa. jean Gates . ....... 437 Randolph St., Meadville, Pa. William Geer .. ....,... Centerville, Pa., R. D. 4 Winifred Gumm ............ U. S. S., North Carolina Evelyn Hays . ...... .,...... .... T o wnville, Pa. Eleanor Howard ......, .......... T ownville, Pa. Emma Howe Stewart .... .. Centerville, Pa. Oakley Lake ........ .... 'I' ownville, Pa. Orlando Leri ......... Meadville, Pa. Frank Lamb ..... ..... . ..Townville, Pa. Betty Wood Bradley ...... .... T ownville, Pa. Frances Reib Dempsey .... Diamond, Pa. Ethel Yingling Burtner .... ....... B utler, Pa. Robert Slingluff ..................... Townville, Pa. Edith Metcalf ..... ...... . .......... C enterville, Pa. Evelyn McLaren Higby ..... Townville, Pa., R. D. Helen McPheters. .. 377 Sherman Ave., Meadville, Pa. Orma Sybrant ..... ................. T ownville, Pa. Harry Werling ................ ..... T ownville, Pa. Dorothy Winans Eiler .... ..., M eadville, Pa. CLASS OF 1936 Margaret Corliss Soles ............. ,.Saegerstown, Ruth Mallinee .,...... Helen Andrews ..,...,,., Bessie Harris ...... ......,. Muriel Culver Blanchard ,.., Thelma Prather ..... . . . Jolanda Holcomb ......,. Mellie Bunce Lingo ...,.., Frances Creacraft Werling .,...,....... Townville, Gladys Driscoll ...,....... Evelyn Smith Mulvehill ,... Mary Marovich ...... Spencer Hospital, Helen Hanna Jones ........ Dorothy Reynolds Cotton... Freda lVlcMasters Terrill ..,. Duane Upton ,....,............,...,.,. Garland, Ralph Woolstrum ............,...... Tryonville, Forrest Smith ......, .... U . S. Army, Cleo Fisher ....... John Dodds ..... Chester Davison .... Donald Marsh ...... Thelma Riede Lake... . . . . ,...... . .Townville, Pa. . . . . .Townville, Pa. . . . . .Townville, Pa. . . . . .Meadville, Pa. . . . . . .Titusville, Pa. . . . . .Williamsport, Pa. . . . . .Centerville, Pa. ...........Butler, Pa. Pa. . . . . .Niagara Falls, N. Y. . . . . . . . . . . .Titusville, Pa. Meadville, Pa. ...........Townville, Pa. ...........Meadville, Pa. . . . . .Townville, Pa. Pa. Pa. Aberdeen, Md. ..............Townville, Pa. Pa. . . . .Address unknown Pa. Pa. . . . .Townville, , ..,. Townville, CLASS OF 1937 Katherine Bandley Melville ......,..... Townville, Pa. Mignon Abraham ..,....,.. .... M eadville, Pa. Gertrude Ghering ...,.... .... T ryonville, Pa. MUSE!!! Squier ..,..,,.. ..... T ownville, Pa. Eloise Barr Dempsey ..... ...., . . Diamond, Pa. Mary Ellen Peavy.. .,.,. ........ T ownville, Pa. Genella Shorts Vin Camp ...... Meadville, Pa. R. D. 8 Eva Mae Lee. ...,.,.......,..... Washington, N. J. Dorothy Carpenter ,.... Indiana State Teachers College, Indiana, Pa. Evelyn Clark ....... .. ,......... ...... T ownville, Pa. Janet Carpenter Sheets ...,.... Guys Mills, Pa., R. D. Irene Hanna ...,........ .... T ownville, Pa., R. D. Vivian Culver ........ .......... T itusville, Pa. Grace Werling Lewis ................ Tryonville, Pa. Cherry Johnson. ,. ...................... Erie, Pa. Doris Johnson .... 824 Bryn Mawr Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. Louise Ingraham .............. Guys Mills, Pa., R. D. Mabel Woolstrum Vanderhoof .......... Titusville, Pa. Kenneth Yochum ........,..... Tryonville, Pa., R. D. Rex Holcomb ....,..,.......,........ Townville, Pa. CLASS OF 1938 Arthur Altenburg .............,..... Meadville, Pa. Martha Andrews..'...Edinboro State Teachers College, Edinbo:o, Pa. Frances Arnold ............... ..Westminster College, Evelyn Bowes ...... Violet Boyer Reagle .... Harland Corless ......... Louise Dorr Harvey ....... . . ...,.. Meadville, Josephine Hellem Pellman .... Anna Jwasiuk ........... Braden Lake ............ Gladys Mosher Woolstrum ..........., Guys Mills, Clinton McLaren ...... 843 Freda Novak Parker ....... Winifred Sybrant. ...... .. Frank Woolstrum ..... New Wilmington, Pa. Pa. .. . . . . .Hydetown, Pa. . . . .Townville, Pa. Pa. . . . .64 Lincoln Ave., . ........ Townville, Meadville, Pa. . . . . .Titusville, Pa. ...,........Townville, Pa. Pa. Market St., Meadville, Pa. . . .i ,...... Saegerstown, Pa. ,.....,.,..Meadville, Pa. . . . . .Townville, Pa. CLASS OF 1939 Kermit Altenburg ..,......, . , .,.,.,... Meadville, George Bandley' ....,..,. ...,. T ownville, Francis Bowes . . , ...... ..... T ownville, Helen Boyer Kightlinger ...., ,... H ydetown, Harriette Brown .. .... .... C enterville, Dorothy Cowclen Gourley ..... . . . ,Guys Mills, Raymond Drake .... ....... .... T r yonville, Harold Dupont .......... .. .Townville, Hazel Eddy ............. ..., T roy Center, Sara Fitz .......,.,..... .... T ownville, Ann Fortney Steadman ............,.. Centerville, Paul Harvey ..,.... U. S. Army, Newport News, Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Va. Katheryn Hicks ..... . . . . .Ashtabula General Hospital, Ashtabula, Ohio Albertina Holcomb Kaputa ........... Guys Mills, Pa. Mary Lupher .... .. ....... .... T ownville, Pa. Rachel Mallinee ........... .,... T ownville, Pa. Evelyn Markley ..... ...,.... . . .... . .Tryonville, Pa. Helen Marsh ....... .............. T ownville, Pa. Virginia McLaughlin Fisher .......,... Townville, Pa. Thelma Shorts ..,... Edinboro State Teachers College, Edinboro, Pa. Francis Smith ......,..,.... . ....... Townville, Pa. Lillian Smith Proper ,.... ..... T itusville, Pa. Viola Smith.. . ..... ..... T itusville, Pa. Agnes Torrey DuPont .... ...Townville, Pa. Edna Van Cise ,...... ............. T itusville Pa. Kenevieve WykoH .... ..... . . . . . . . . .Townville,, Pa. Jack Proper ...,..., ...Bermuda Islands, U. S. Army CLASS OF 1940 Lucille Clark .........,. ............ C enterville, Pa. Robert Johnson .. ..... ....... P ittsburgh, Pa. Harold Van Cise.. ......,,....... Camp Pendetton John Collins ..... ......... Y oungstown, Ohio Margaret Kingsley... Edinboro State Teachers College, Edinboro, Pa, Hazel Galford Judd ,.,... ....... M eadville, Pa. Beulah Berlin ...... , . . .Tryonville, Pa. Alberta Werling .... . . . .Tryonville, Pa. Angeline Udovich .... ,... T ryonville, Pa. William Hanna .... , .... Townville, Pa. Beatrice Yokum .... ..,. T ryonville, Pa. Esther Howard ...., .... C enterville, Pa. Eugene McLaren ..,, .. .Townville, Pa. Ralph Howard ....,. ..... T ownville, Pa. Charles Armstrong. . . . . . Centerville, Pa. Felicia Rysz ....... Centerville, Pa. John Geer ...,... Centerville, Pa. Ellis Geer.. .... Centerville, Pa. Sara Marovich .. ..... Universal, Pa. Floyd Winans. .... ..... T ownville, Pa. Margaret Swabik ...........,.,..... Centerville, Pa. CLASS OF 1941 Frances Galford .................... Guys Mills. Alden Post . . Helen Edminster .. Gaylord Yochum ..... Virginia Ingraham .... Helen Raybuck .... Jeanne Durfee ...... Raymond Ghering .... Keith Smith ....... Helen Purenski ......, Margaret Creacraft ..... Harlan Drake ....... Leah Proper .. Siegfried Novak .... Martha Sterling .,.. Freda Mosher .... Edythe Shaul .... Mabel Smith ..... Beatrice Culver. Paul Gregg ..... Ralph Berlin ....... Laura Jane Clark Edna McLaughlin. . . 6 GD . . . 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