Troy High School - Trojan Yearbook (Troy, PA)

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Some of the num- bers played are his own compositions. Although specially interested in Troy High School music, Mr. Sherman has always been keenly interested in all Troy High School activities. To him the Class of Nineteen Thirty-five dedicate their year book. THE SCHOOL SONG O Trojans list to our joyous song In praise of the Red and White, And honor your Alma Mater as long As you dare to be true and right. Remember how long the school has stood, Remember how great she has growng And if we always strive as we should Her fame will be wider known. All hail to the higrh school, to her we'll be trueg All hail to the loved Red and Whiteg Her loyalty ever we'll gladly renew As we point to the school colors bright. The good times we have as the days speed away We'll hold in memory dear, We'll honor our high school forever and aye, For our dear T. H. S. we will cheer. , 4 it Y YT3. Y - -- X.. 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Suatcrl: William VV. llcainang Guy C. llocliwull, President. all fi' ,M i 'sw W. R. Croman, B. S., M. S. Supervising Principal To the Class of 1935: Your mind is one of your greatest gifts. It elevates man above other forms of life. Your use of your mind day by day determines your achieve- ment and your destiny. The spirit with which you are endowed is an- other of your greatest gifts. Faith, cheerfulness, integrity, courage, per- sistence, humility, sympathy, charity, and affection are some of the terms that describe the spirit. A sound body is another of your greatest gifts. The more care and protection you give your body, the greater will be your mind and spirit. Mind, spirit, and body are but phases of the whole personality, and the beautiful characteristic of all three is that each of them may be culti- vated. A mind may be trained and educated, a spirit may be made a thing of beauty, and a body may be made strong and sound. If you were born with the heritage of a good mind, a noble spirit, and a sound body, you have a right to face the future unafraid. W. R. CROMAN 9 ii: I . R. GUIILAUME A. B. Pennsylvania State College Cornell University J n Agriculfurr' . . V. M. Lx-:ri,ER, B. S., M. S. Scirfrlcz' Ohio University Cornell University H. A. CRUMBLING, B. S., M. S. S!7il'Ilf'l', Conch Albright College Cornell University Joim R. IJEEMI-lv, A. B. Lnfiu, English Ohio State University Harvard University .UOROTIIY Lows, B. S. fj0lIlNl1'l'f'lllI Indiana State Teachers College Tennessee University ALBERT HARRINGTON, E. S. Physical Ecllwnfion East Stroudsburg: State Teachers College Pennsylvania State College MAUDE LYON, B. S. QM. A. to be granted this summerj English Cornell University Columbia University EVAN WILLIAMS, B. S. M. A. History, Civics Bucknell University Cornell University Mas. HARRY CRUMBLING, B. S. Home Economiffs Mansfield State Teachers College Cornell University Mas. MABEIL HoLcoMm-: English, Geography Clarion State Teache1's College Gr-xoxox-1 MCCABE, B. S. QM. S. to be granted this summerj Ma.thcnmfi1's Mansfield State Teachers College Bucknell University CARRIE M. SMITH, A. B. History, English Bucknell University ill Lewis BLY, B. S., M. A. Shop Mansfield State Teachers College Ohio State University GLENN WOLFANGER, B. S. History, Mathematics Mansfield State Teachers College Duke University EMILY LANDIS, B. S. Commercial Bloomsbiirg State Teachers College FLORENCE SLlNGERLAND, Fifth Grade Mansfield State Teachers College Bassusz WARD Third Grade Lock Haven State Teachers College MARJORUJ ROCKWELL First Grade Mansfield State Teachers College Colorado University ills Music Mansfield State Teachers College Syracuse University DOROTHY ROGERS, B. S. MILDRED LYLR, B. S. French, English Pennsylvania State College Duke University DOROTHY BOHLAYER Sixth Grade Mansfield State Teachers College ALTA Ni-:WELL Fourth Grade ,Mansfield State Teachers College . LEONA RUMSEY Second Grade Mansfield State Teachers College 'Zi f' I OJ AN STUIJENT COUNCIL First Row, left to right: Janice Van Horn, NVa5ne lVIcClure, Norbert Gritsmaker, Glenn Inman, llonald Avery, Norma Foust. Second Row, left to right: William Snedelaer, George Cole, .lean Kittie, Russel Hammond, llonna Wolfe, Evan Williams, J1'. Absent: Winifred Lewis, Donald Dyer. STUDENT COUNCIL COMMITTEES Soriirl Miss Smith Lenora Van Horn llonalrl Avery Pomeroy Mitchell Betty Rockwell Helen Wolfe Louise Robbins Freda Berry Marian Brown John lllackwell Herbert Holcombe Anna Louise Twomey Erma Sandbrool: Iluildillg and Gronnfls Miss Lowe Garth Maynard Crystal Bailey Harry Havens Margaret Vineski Harold VVilliams Llewellyn Kennedy Edwin Bristol Ethel Fuller Lucy Christopher Ruth Bixby Georgie Bruce Burton Allen IV1' Ifu rc Miss Landis Arthur Saxton Iloris Williams Jack Putnam Eleanor Gustin llorna Merritt Genevra Stone lloris Elvidge Gertrude Van Horn James Abbey Alvin Boyer Annie Hasford Jay Bloom Lunch Mrs. Crumblingr Frances Gustin Francis Putnam Buddy Comfort Doris Kittle Virginia Smith Lorraine Bailey Minnie Horning' Eleanor Krise James Hugg Wilbur Wilson Pauline French Mary Louise Saxton Traffic Mr. I-Iarrineton Willis Spaulding: Jane Paine Albert Grace llavid Curren Jane Gustin Harry Shaddick Esther Gernert Ruth Collins LaRue Knights Russell Hammond NVilbur Rockwell VVilliam Snedeker Asscnllrly Miss Lyle Merton Greenoueh Florence Loomis Richard Welch Margaret Jo Seaman Sybil MacMurray Mary Jane White Marjorie Wolfe Gerald Patterson Marvin Hill Quentin Summers LaVern Comfort Doris Nash all 05595 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Presidentn C ...S .... A .S,SSSSSSSS..S.,...SSS. Garth Maynard Vice President ,,v,SSS,. ,,SSYYSS. M erton Gre-enough Secretary .S... C ,... Lenora Van Horn l Treasurer .r,., A ...,..,r Eugene Case AMASA GARTH MAYNARD "Garth" Our distinguished president, hero of our senior play, a student, a musician, or an artist in every field where duty lies. He hopes to be a minister. Hand, 1. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4: Or- chestra, 3, 4, Operetta, 2, 3, Secretary of Class, 53: Hi-Y, 2, Speaking Contest, 2, Junior Minstrels, 3, Student Council, 3, President of Class, 4, Senior Play. 4, Building and Grounds Committee, 4, Year book Committee, 4. Josl-1P11 MERTON GREENUUGII "Mart" With those firm principles, that master mind, that musical talent, that friendly disposition, that aeronautical ambition, Mert just can't help being successful. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Club, 2, Vice President of Class, 1, 2, 4, President of Class, 3, Junior Minstrel Show, 3, Fresh- man Reception Committee, 3, "Seven Keys to Baldpatef' 4, Class Finance Committee, 4, Year Book Committee, 4, Track Man- ager, 4. LENORA CALIFERNIA VAN HonN "T0ots" Committees! Committees! Committees! ! Words fail us when we attempt to de- scribe Lenora. She is active in sports, so- Eial activities, home economics, and good un. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta, 1, 2, 3, Secretary of Class, 2, 4, Girl Reserve Club, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent of Class, 3, Entertainment Commit- tee for Freshman Reception, 4, Social Com- mittee, 4, President of Dancing, Club, 4, Cheer Leader, 2, 3, 4, Junior Minstrels, 3, Senior Play Committee, 4, Interclass Bas- ket Ball, 4. ARD!-:LL EUGENE CASE rcflnwpn iacasvwrr Eugene is a friendly, energetic boy who doesn't believe in putting off until tomor- row what he can do today. Gene has a splendid track record. Ten years in school without being' late 01' absent. He's going to be a doctor. Shop Club, 1, Soccer, 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket Ball, 3, 4, Manager, 4, Track Cap- tain, 4, Secretary of Class, 3, Treasurer of Class, 4, Junior Prom Committee, 3, Dancing Club, 4. ' It WH? 6 sf" ' NAOMI MAE ANDRUS Naomi is not only an A student, but she is also a good sport. She "toots" a horn in the band and or- chestra. Personality Club. 1: Band, 2, 3, 4: Orches- tra, 4. CRYSTAL J ULIETTE BAILEY Enthusiasm? Yes, sir! Vitality? And how! As an actress and a French stu- dent, she is hard to beat. Student Council. 1, 3: Story Telling' Club, 1: Sec. Home Room, 2: Interclass Basketball, 2: Stunt Show, 1: Freshman Reception, 3, 4: Jr. Prom: Trojan, 3: Play, 4. MILDRED A. BEARDSLEE Although Mildred has been with us onlv one year, she was easy to get acquainted with. She's a home economics student and a good basket ball player. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, -4: OI'- chestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Club, 2: Sr. Play. 3: Op- eretta. 2: Basket Ball, 3: Class Pres., 1: Dancing Club, 4: Interclass Basket Ball. 4. VIRGINIA BELLE BLACK "Blackie" Virginia came to us as a senior She is sh uiet ' ' yi q Y but studious. Thanks, Jef- ferson! She's O. K. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3: Sr. Play, 2, 3: Class Sec., 2: Personality Club, 4. li DONALD GENE AVERY "Don" "Avery Don is not an infre- quent visitor on Elmira Street. Don is as studious as he is good-looking. Glee Club, 2, 3, 4: Op- eretta, 2, 3: Minstrels 3' Play, 4: Jr. Prom: Social Com., 4: A. Club, 1: Sec.- Treas. Home Room, 3. JOHN CARSON BAILEY "Gump" "Andy" Gump can play basket ball, laugh, talk or any- thing else that requires a sense of humor. His favor- ite lette1's are L. N. O. R. Basket ball, 2, 3, 4: Soc- cer, 4: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 2: Pres. Airplane Club, 1: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4: President Hi-Y, 4. ELEANOR NAOMI BEEBE Shy quiet and bashful P ' Y this miss can sew a fine M seam. Travels many miles to school. Personality Club, 1. LOUISE ADELINE BROWN "Fowl" or fair, Louise is there. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Li- brary Club, 3: Operetta, 2: lSmithfieldJ: Person- ality Club, 4. Www- Council, 4: Treas. Hi-Y,, 3? ,'n-. 4---2, . A" .. v EUNICH MAE CRMG An honest, hard-work- ing' girl is Eunice Mae, no matter whether work or play. Nature Study Club, l. ni: F. IJUNBAR "flr'rfi4"' Gertrude is full oi' pep. She is a leader, happy and studiousg masters every subject. Personality Club, 1, 4, Pres. 43 Trojan 4. E1.noN LARUF: Esrl-UP Hpjsffllu This :food-natured. fun- lovine bov won a host of friends through his part if X1 in the senior. play. A fa- mous hitch-hiker. A A Model Club, 1: Jr. Min- strels, -lg Sr. Play, 4. vXRX' F. FITZGERAID If you ever saw Mary Frances without Cather- ine, vou saw only half of her. Tall and eood looking: Personality Club, 13 Jr. Minstrels, fly Reserves. 2 'S 'Q .Imms F. CUNNINGHAM "Jim," "Jimmy" One of our heartbreak- ers. He likes to hear and play guitar music, the na- thetic, cowboy type. A good student and famous as a Rhythm Duster. Boxing, Southside High School, 1, 23 Soccer, 3. l EI-:LI-:i?'s M' no easily dis- turbed. Helen gets there with the rest of us. Ex- pects to be a nurse. Storv Telling' Club, 13 Stunt Show. 1. P EMILY FAKE uF1akpv9 Emily came to us from Canandaigua. She has won her way among us, and we are certainly for- tunate to have her gradu- ate with us. Knitting' Club, 4. In FRANCES L. FREELOVE Frances wins everyone with that friendly disposi- tion. A girl we all like. Came to us from Luthers Mills. JULIA ELIZABETH FREEI.ovE "Julie" "Judy" Short, plain-spoken, stu- dious, hard-workinfr, and reliable, express Julia's character. A girl we all like. Initiative! Experi- ence! Julia will make a good cook. Class Play. 1, 2: Glee Club. 1, 2: Jr. Minstrels, Il: Glee Club, fig Trojan, 4g Operetta, 35 Sr. Play, 4. IIERESA MA'1'1LnA GRACE We see now why Ther- esa is taking' such an in- terest in Home Ec. Some- bndv is certainly a lucky chap. Glee Club, 2, 3: Library Club, 2: Sr. Play, 53: Op- eretta, 2: Class V. Pres., 1: Class Treas., Donornv FRANCES GUSTIN "Gusfin." A beautiful blonde, with "It": charmina and grace- ful. Valedictorian. Girl Reserves, 4: Pres. Library Club, 39 Pres. Home Room. 2: Personal- itv Club. 1: Sr. Play Com. Chairman. 4: Jr. Minstrel 3: Operetta. 3, Dancing: Club. 4: Freshman Recep- tion Com. Chairman, 2, 4: Lunch Com. Chairman. JAMES MCKAY HALL ll Iiqnl! Jim is reserved, but nev- ertheless is a good sport. His favorite hobby is square dancing. F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Track Team. 3: Jr. Min- strels. 3. 4? MA ORIE MAE GERE The latest comer to our "ranks" is Marjorie. Al- ready she has proved her- self an excellent chemis- try student. NOREERT W. GRWSMAKPIR 4rN1tbvr l' 7 ' IC Nub is our ra e '- served, good-looking: bas- ket ball star. With his broad smile and winning ways, he's bound to suc- ceed. Student Council, 4: Bas- ket ball. 2. 3. 4: Track. 2. 3, 4: Home Room Pres., 1, 3: Socce1', 4: Baseball, 2: Track Capt.. 4: Shop Clubg 1: Junior Prom, 3. ' ANNA S0111-11A HAIGHT "Annie" tive and distinguished lookina' Anna is one of our best students A sweet disposition and loxable charactel. I Glee Club. 1. 2: Drama, F' rim. graceful, attrac- L . I ' 1 r , V '1. 2: Glee Club, 3, 4: Op- u eretta. 3: S1'. Play, 4. NORMAN LYNN HARKNESS "Harkic" Norman is a happy-,qo- luckv boy from Gillett. Everything' will be hunky- dory, so why worry? Can he yodel ? Model Club, 1. il Y lf help someone. We like ,I 1 7 Da , , yy FRI-'IIA MYRTI E HAVI: I' rcflu Freda is one of our com- mercial students. She is always ready to have a good time to work, or to Freda. Personality Club, 1: Freshman Reception Pro- gram 1' Violin Class, 1: ncing Club 1, 2, 4: Interclass Basket Ball. 1: Reserves, 2, Ii, 4: Jr. Min- strels, Il: Jr. PI'om, Fl. GLENN Wll.MllT INMAN Glenn has dimpled, rosy cheeks. He's an all-around good student: and what a basket ball guard! Glenn is our dignified student council president. Shop Club, 1: Student Council. 1, 4, Pres. 4: Home Room Pres., 2: Jr. Prom, 22: Commencement Com., 4: Editor in chief' Trojan, 4: Basket Ball, il, 4: Socce1', 4. HIIGII CARI.'roN KANI: "Curl" "Carlin" Carlie is our poet and artist. He plays any in- strument from the jews harp to the accordion. Can he sing' bass? He can high jump, too. For all his fun, Carlton really is sincere and wants to be a min- ister. Violin Class, 1: Bible Study, 2: Track, 2, 3, 4: Class Treas., 2: Hiking Club, 1: Shop Club, 1: In- terclass Basket Ball, 1, 2, fi, 4. LARUI: SIDNEY KILGORE ccKc,lIys! Kelly is a favorite among the fairer sex and is seen frequently writing' notes to a blonde in the sophomore class. F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Model Club, 1: Hi-Y, 4. ANDREW HERRICK ulqndyu "Andy" is a jolly good fellow and a "regular pest." A noted athlete. Did you ever hear of Seeley Creek? Hi-Y. 1: F. F. A., 1: Track, 2, 3, 4: Basket Ball, 33, 4. DOROTHEA AGNES JEZORSKI HDotl! Dot's motto is "lf you would have a friend, be one." She is true to that motto. Nature Study Club, 1. MMD!" FM CLARA VIRGINIA KELLY "Ging0r" This red-haired. blue- eved miss is as popular as cigars on election dav. Conscientious, and full of fun, Operetta, 1, 2: Reserves, 3: Commencement Com., 4: Jr. Minstrels, 3: Sr. Play Adv. Com., 4. LAWRENCE EDGAR LAMONT Lawrence usually "gets there" despite his handi- cap of weak eyes. An Az. honor student. Sleeps in Ag. class and in church? F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. Treas. 3. A FLORENCE L0oM1s "Flossie" Sweet in temperament, retiring in personality and dependable and studious at all times. An actress and an A student. Pres. Home Room. 1: Personalitv Club, l: Class Pres., 2: Sr. Play, 4: As- sembly Committee. 4. BOYD M. MCCLELLAND Boyd thinks for himself. Although he's shy and re- served, he isn't afraid to maintain his beliefs. This hard-working farmer boy is good in Ag. F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 45 Track, 3. I BRUCE MOCRANEY UDOCH 0, Bruce is our star trum-- pet player. He never tires of making music, vocal or instrumental. "Sing and wash your blues away." Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Orches- tra, 1, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club. 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Prom, 3: Freshman Reception Com. 4: Track, 3: Sr. Play, 4: Jr. ,Minstrels, 3: Dance Orchestra. 1. 2, 3, 43 Cp- eretta. 1, 2, 3. STANLEY PACKARD "Stan" Stanlev is the "midget" of our class. Mischievous and full of fun, that's he. In the orchestra, "Stan" plavs a horn that's nearly as large as he is. Pand. 1, 2, 3. 43 Glee Club, 4: Orchestra, 2, 3. 4. -li 5 1 JAMES NEWEL LYON Jim is one of our best Ag. students. He is quiet and studious. Won't let the girls bother him. One of the boys who will make good. F. F. A.. 1 2 3 4' Ind. Band, 2, 3. uJi,n,ln 1 s 1 r BRUCE MCCLELLAND Work! Work! Work! The harder it is, the bet- ter he likes it. Troy's chance of winning in base- ball looms high with this sturdy Scotch lad behind thewhome plate. P. F. A., 1, 2, .,, 4, 0 o Baseball, 4. HAROLD ELWOOD MORSE "Mamie" An excellent high jump- er is this tall, boisterous, rather self-conscious bov. Lately Harold has taken an intense interest in Room 7, for some reason. Shop Club, 13 Track. 3, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 4. JANE MACIJONALD PAINE Trim and neat of ap- pearance, frank, witty, tall of stature, and an out- standing athlete. Likes the out doors, always in for a good time. Varsitv Basket Ball, 1. 2: Press Club. 13 Jr. Prom 3: Sr. Play Com., 4: Fi- nance Com., 4: Dancing Club, 43 Safety First Club. 2. EIJSALL SEI LFCK PETTY Bright as a dollar, wit- ty and humorous, "Light- student in school and vet keep his temper. He likes peanuts' pretty well. op Club 1, Year Book Committee 4. ning" can debate with any U Y Sh , IRES K AOMI URTRR . 1, a r of na- t . - is liar with la L Q1 and "For- ests ' Sto . ellimr Club. 1. CHARLI-:s .I AM ES REYNOLDS "Jim" This neat appearing young' gentleman is one oi the best followers of the country round and square dances. Band, lg Hi-Y, 2, 22. 42 .Ir. Minstrels, 25. IN nz HAN NAU RoBI.Yl-:R This petite little maid is dainty, studious, reserved, clever, artistic, and mu- sical, all combined in one lovable personality. Glee Club, 2, 3, -4: Bible Study, 2, Reserves, 2. 3. 4, Treas., 4, Jr. Minstrels, 25: Trojan, 4, Operetta, 13 Home Room Sec., 53. CARL RoY PIERCE "Piercy" Our red haired youth from Luthers Mills. Shy? Yes, at first, but look axrain. Carl has a real sense of humor. He's a worker, too. Baseball, 1. 2: Basket Ball, 2: Glee Club, 1, 2, 39: Sophomore Play, 2. FRANC1s EDWARD PUTNAM "Putt" Putty is our ever-pres- ent comedian. He tells a joke, studies, or converses seriously, as you wish. When your cares need lifting, just call on Putt. F. F. A., 3, 4, Pres., 4: Sr. Play, 45 Lunch Com- mittee, 4. HARRY lVIILOW REYNOLDS "Miko" A novelist. salesman, and poet is this chap with the sunburned face. Hiking' Club, 1: Track, 2, 33, 4. EMMA GENEVIEVE Ross Likable and jolly, Em- ma likes a good time. Kathryn and Emma-Si- amesc twins? Story Telling Club, 1: Personality Club, 2. ill ARTHUR LEONARD SAXTON KKATVY Shv but studious. Those A's! Al't,S an actor, a mu- sician, a worker, and an all around good fellow. Shoo Club. 1: Student Council. 2: Band, 2, 3, 4: Oichestra, 3, 4: Jr. Prom :lr .l'r. Minstrels, 3: Sr. Play, 4: Trojan, 4: Com- mencement. 4: Interclass Basket Ball, 4: Salutator- ian. JOHN AUSTIN SIMCOE "JOhfmzic" John is a redhead, and he seems to be fond of other redheads. Johnnv can tell bigger fishing and hunting stories than any- one else in the class. Jr. Minstrels, 3: Sr. Plav Stage Com., 4: Base- ball, 4. GERALDINE SMITH "Jud" Small in size, active and fun-loving. Judfgej the rest for yourself. Track, 1: Story Telling, 1: Reserves, 2. 3: Danc- ing, 2, 3, 4: Personality Sec., 4: Interclass Basket Ball. 1. 2, 3, 4: J1'. Min- strels, WILLIS SPALDING A. A, A, in grades, in music, and in personality. Wherever he goes, Willis is sure to make friends and successes. A worker. always. Class Treas.. 1: Hi-Y. 2: Delegate to Hi-Y Confer- ence, 2: Jr. Minstrels, 3: Operetta, 3: Jr. Prom, 3: Study Hall V. Pres.. 4: Sr. Play, 4: Traffic Com., 4: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Or- chestra, 3, 4: Glee Club. 3, 4. DORIS IRENE SEELEY "Seeley Doris sings, d a n c e s laughs, talks or works. as you like. We don't know what to say that would do her justice, except that she is "Andy" at almost any- thing. Glee Club, 2, 3, 4: OD- eretta, 2, 3: Pe1'sonality Club, 2: Nature Study, 1: Reserves, 4: Freshman Q J. Q-Q? Hg. 4 Reception Com.. 2: Jr. Prom, 3: Jr. Minstrels, 3: Sr. play, 4. CLARA BELL SMxT11 "Clara," A student? Yes we mean it. Clara is always ready to have a good time. Good looking and charming. Band, 1: Personality Club, 1: Varsity Basket Ball, 2: Freshman Recen- tion Com., 2: Minstrels, 3: Jr. Prom, 3: Absentee Typ- ist, 4: Interclass Basket Ball, 3, 4: Cafeteria Cash- ier, 4. EVELYN M. SONNEKALB "S01z1Lie" Sonnie can tap dance, finger wave, and speak French like a native. Personality, 1: Library, 2: Glee Club, 3, 4: Re- serves, 3, 4: Jr. Minstrels, 3: Jr. Prom, 3: Interclass Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Dancing, 4: Operetta, 3: Story Telling, 1. RACHEL ELMA STACY Rachel is wide awake, quick to learn, fun-loving and ready to go. Reading 'is her favorite pastime. We would know that broad smile anywhere. Story Telling Club, 1. .JJ D U 21 Aix NA lVIAR.roRlF QTANTON Marjorie is tall, digni- fied and efficient. Likes home economics and bash- ful boys. Reserves 2. llramatic Club, 13 Girl ZELMA LAVERNE S'ri':vr:Ns This neat, trim. tall and thin girl is always readv to "dance a jig". Zelnia is sweet and good-looking. but has a mind of her own. too. Orchestra, 1. 2: Jr. Min- strels, Zig Dancing Club, 4. KATIIRYN P. SWEENEY ltK!lfl',' Kathryn has big blue eyes and a smile and han- py disposition that win every time. Neat as wax. that's Kate. Nature Study, 1: Person- ality, 23 Jr. Minstrels, Il: Jr. Prom, 333 Sr. Play, 4. Rlrrn TimoIwoRA VAN HoRN "Ruthie" "A friend in need is a friend indeed." That's Ruth. She is a sweet, sin- cere girl. Ruth will make a good housekeeper and nurse, for she can wash, iron, scrub, and bake. Personality, 13 Bible Study, 25 Sr. Play, 43 Ile- serves, 2, 215 Knitting. 4. SARA ADA STAUI-'Fmt As Caesar knew his Ro- mans, Sara knows her Latin. She knows her chickens and eggs, too. An honest, dependable friend. Personality Club. 1. MARY ELLEN STONE "Stewie" Pep, vim, vigor, describe this blue-eyed miss. She's the life of any party. She is a hard worker in any task she undertakes. Smash-ups-her specialty. Track, lg Press, 19 Op- eretta, 35 Story Telling, 1, Personality, 23 Jr. Min- strels, 33 Jr. Prom, 3: Sr. Play, 49 Knitting, 4g Dan- cing, 2, 3, 4, Trojan, 4: Interclass Basket Ball. 1, 2, 3, 4. -A 1 K 1 sg FRANCIS PAUL THOMAS Francis is our tall and slim drummer boy. Les- sons don't worry him: he can always laugh off his troubles. Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Orches- tra, 2, 3, 4g Washington Play, 1: Glee Club, 43 Sr. Play, 4. THEODORE V. VINESKI "Ted" "Mr, Sileski" "Laugh, and the world laughs with you," is Ted's motto. Ted gets good marks when he studies. Model Club, 13 Track. 2, 3, 43 Soccer, 43 Sr. Play, 43 Trojan, 4. A MIIIDRED LAIIRENA WIIIBER Mildred will be a cook in some great restaurant some dav. A hard worker. and a fine student. One of our West Burlington girls. We all like her. Reserves, 33 Glee Club. 1, 2, Play, 23 Operetta, 2. DORIS AIIELII VVILLIAMS "Doris" Sonq, laughter. dancin,-2, teasing, and studies, Doris takes part in all. Storv Telling' Sec.. 1: Stunt Show, 13 Intern-lass Basket Ball, 1: Glee Club. 2. 3, 4: Council, 2: Oper- etta, 2, 35 Jr. Minstrels, 3: Home Room Pres.. 3, Sec., 4: Dancing, 4: Jr. Prom Floor Show, 35 Wel- fare Committee. 4. LUCY EMALINE WRISIIEY u'Lucyn Lucy is a student de luxe. We don't believe she ever went to class unpre- pared. A sweet and re- served Home Eccer. She knows how to run a cafe- teria. Glee Club, 1, 2: Oper- etta, 23 Play, 25 Trojan. 4. lg DANIEL WILBUR This handsome dark clean-cut young man pre- fers blondes. He will prob- ably run a restaurant some day. Hi-Y, 2, 3. 4 53 Oper- etta, 43 Sr. Play. 55 Track, 4: Baseball, 35 Basket Ball, 3. uDanu u 1 9 STEPHEN FowLEIz WILSON NB,uSH Buster is our dreamv matinee idol. His favorite color is "Brown," Tumbling' Team, 1, 2, 3, 4: Athletic Club. CLASS POEM, 1935 BY KARL KANE The time has come when we must go From our dear Troy Highg But in our hearts we have a love, A love which will not die. We've seen the school launch forth and grow 'Neath colors that are pureg And this alone is proof to us That her name will endure. We don't know where the days have gone, 'They have so quickly flowng But we are sure of this one fact, In knowledge We have grown. We've learned to reverence God and man, To curb each evil deedg And in the years that be behind, We've slowly sown our seed. And some day we may reap with joy The harvest that it yieldsg And, as we go from Troy High, Pass on to greater fields. . A word we have to those behind, Our friends in T. H. S.g It is that they must help promote Her innate nobleness. 4' if Honor Students First Row, left to right: Anna Haight, Crystal Bailey, Francis Putnam, Glenn Inman. Merton Greenough, Arthur Saxton, Garth Maynard, Frances Gustin, Lucy Wrisley, Inez Roblyer. Second Row, left to right: Ergene Case, Naomi Andrus, Bruce McClelland, Lawrence Lamont, Doris Williams, Edsall Petty, Willis Spaulding, Gertrude Dunbar. Absent: Florence Loomis. lg f'x I-. 1 Firs The Junior Class t Row, left to right: Margaret Shaffer, Claire Callen, Marjorie Smith, Esther Benson, Marion Brown, Audrey Haven, Dorothy Kelly, Marian Aumick, Marjorie Wolfe, Alice Beal, Norma Foust, Janet Rockwell, Eleanor Krise, Elena Stauffer, Hazel Jackson, Aileen Dodge, Genevieve Rutchel, Evelyn Drake, Eudora Dunbar, Dorothy Hewitt, Esther Evans, Elva Dewey. Second Row, left to right: Margaret Dunbar, Ethel Joralemon, Mildred Peters, 'l'hir Foul Dorothy Williams, Winifred Lewis, Betty Rockwell, Doris Elvidge, Hazel Strope, Margaret Rumsey, Marie Strope, Alice Palmer, Edna Reynolds, Janet Greenough, Lillian Shedden, Ruth Reeser, Christine Van Horn, Ruth Bixby, Maxine Burr, Jeanette Pierce, lVlarg'uerite Jennings, Mary Bixby, Alberta Travis. cl Row, left to right: Miles Haight, Wilber Slingerland, Walter Allen, Colburn Preston, Vernon Robbins, Charles Wills, Franklin Mott, Burton Comfort, Russell Ward, Wayne McClure, Richard Welch, Robert Weldy, Horatio Gates, Howard Billingsley, Francis Morgan, Ray Robbins, Edwin Johnson, Willis Mahood 'th Row, left to right: Robert Baldwin, Harry Havens, Watson Williams, David Curren, William Harding, Eldon Cole, Robert McKean, Stanley Jones, Ronald Passmore, Max Kerrick, Donald Richmond, Albert Miller, Theodore Darrow, Albert Miller, Jack Putnam, Albert Grace, Pomeroy Mitchell, Russell Stanton, Lynn Grecnough OFFICERS President .,.,. .,,.l, ,,,,, G , Harry Havens Vice President ....., ,,,,.,, A lice Palmer Secretary ,,,,,, ,.,,,. Alfred McClure 26 Treasurer -,,,, , .,W8ltSr Allen D l TT The Sophomore Class First Row, left to right: Ruth Milander, Rowena Hill, Frances Brace, Marion Williams, Elsie McWhorter, Clara McClure, Dorothy Grace, Doris Kittle, Joyce Kent, Mar- garet Vineski, Eleanor Gustin, Eloise Hawthorne, Rhea Bar1'ett, Margery Canedy, Mary Jane White, Freda Berry, Margaret Maxon, Marjo1'ie Grace, Genevra Stone, Ardena Seymour. Second Row, left to right: Velma Seymour, Nellie Morgan, Janice Van Horn, Catherine Greenough, Esther English, Margaret Jo Seaman, Mary Rathbun, Mary Manley, Ruth Smith, Dorothy Baxter, Jeanne Schwab, Marian Schucker, Helen Woleslagle, Lucy Christopher, Esther Gernert, Virginia Roblyer, Eleanor Inman, Minnie Horning Third Row, left to right: Robert Shaylor, Wayne Huntington, Harold Cole, John Talmadge, Mark Scott, Gerald Holton, Lawrence Young, Alvin Boyer, Ray Jenkins, William Manley, Alonzo Noble, Hartley Everts, Charles Baldwin, Sherwood Roblyer. Fourth Row, left to right: Russell Hammond, Bernard Grace, Harry Ernewein, Harold Holton, Charles McCraney, Herbert Holcombe, Melville Kilgore, Frank Purcell, Bradley Brewer, Edward Quinn, John Snedeker, Donald Wilson, Harold Kennedy. OFFICERS President .............. ......,. M argery Canedy Vice President ....... ........ W illiam Manley Treasurer ,,,,,,,, ....,.. M ary Jane White 27 l Secretary ........... .............. S idney Kane The Freshman Class First Row, left to right: Louise Smiley, Lois Schwab, Winifred Goodrich, Virginia Smith, Louise Smith, Esther Horning, Ruth Stevens, Irene Joralemon, Dorna Mer- ritt, Betty Foust, Dorothy Gates, Elizabeth Guernsey, Ethel Fuller, Margaret Foster, Beatrice Foster, Sarah Woleslagle, Lorraine Bailey, Jane Gustin, Lucile Baldwin. Second Row, left to right: Katherine Cornell, Zelma Smith, Marjorie Chamberlain, Betty LaMonte, Marie Blodgett, Gertrude Van Horn, Helen Wolfe, Madeline llun- bar, Doris Dunbar, Ernesta Passeri, Laverna Baker, Louise Robbins, Eloise Bruce. Jean Kittie, Edith Elvidge, Marie Steffen. Third Row, left to rightxu Harry Manley, John Blackwell, Harry Shaddick, Wayne Inman, Edwin Bristol, LaRue Saunders, Lawrence Rolison, Mae Woodward, Evelyn Sherman, Marion Seymour, Donna Wolfe, Edna Dewey, Kathryn Dodge, Geraldine Inman, Madeline Smith, Beatrice Lathrope, Lillian Strope Fourth Ilow, left to right: Quentin Summers, James Hugg, Glenn Graig, Raymond McWeathy, llobert Shook, Samuel Campbell, Walter Williams, Rex Merritt, Lewis Seeley, llwaine Shedden, Robert Heath, Glenn Sutton, Nelson Morgan, Herbert Porter, Donald Hulslander, Richard Wilson, Howard Clark, Milton Seymour. Fifth Row, left to right: Loren Judson, Lloyd VVolfo, Carle Lee, James Fitzgerald, Georfre Pepper, George Cole, Harold Williams, George Haflett, Harry Manley, James Abbey, Walter DePew, Leland Robbins, Martin Wilcox, Philip Foster, Robert Vineski, Gerald Patterson. Sixth Row, left to right: Curtis Spaulding: Kenneth Clark, Ralph Taber, Earl Cun- ningham, George Bruce OFFICERS President .........,..... .......,,,,i,.,,,..,,,.... E arl Cunningham Vice President ,,ii.... ....,, G erald Patterson Secretary ....,,......,.. ,.......... R uth SteVeI1S Treasurer .,,.., rrrrrri G eorge Pepper all 8 T Seventh and Eighth Grades First Row: Mary Belle Inman, Dorothy Kinnard, Maryadda King, Marjorie Mahood, Beatrice Dunbar, Mary Louise Saxton, Erma Sambrook, Mary Ella Woleslagle, Elinor Sinclair, Virginia Wilcox, Bernice Bolt, Jeanne Morris, Doris Wrisley, Nancy Bailey, Elizabeth McKeel, Orabelle Wilbur, Hazes Wilcox, Doris Nash. Second Row: Eldred Pannell, Charles Metzger, Robert Bruce, William Howell, Richard Tate, Thurman Pannell, Wesley Reynolds, Jay Bloom, Leo Wills, Paul Reynolds, Bryce Kent, Robert Lee, James Cowl, Edward Beardslee, Earl Campbell, Louis Rought, Glenn Hewitt, Elwyn Wrisley. Third Row: Janice Clark, Mary Parke, Daphne Baxter, Evelyn Page, Hazel Borgeson, Lillian Schoonover, Louella Warner, Annie Basford, Ann Louise Twomey, Pauline French, Elizabeth Hickok, Evelyn Boyer, Ellen Helms, Millicent Packard, Edna Everts, Frances Kenyon, Beatrice Smith. Fourth Row: Lawrence Hicks, Frederick Kennedy, Reed Bolt, Harry Chace, Wilbur Rockwell, Arthur Maynard, Dean Mahood, Donald Rockwell, Leo Slingerland, Loyd Murray, Lewellyn Kennedy, William Fanning, Laverne Comfort, Evan Williams, William Kennedy, Lewis Miller, Charles Simpkins, Duward Clark, Lewis Hurlburt. First two rows are 7th grade, last two rows are Sth grade. 7TH GRADE OFFICERS 8TH GRADE OFFICERS President ....,....l.,....... ...... M arjorie Mahood President ........... ,....,.......,. A rthur Maynard Secretary ..,.... .....,,.. P aul Reynolds Secretary ......... ...,..... F rances Kenyon Treasurer ..,........,,............... Mark Schucker Treasurer ..,................... Millicent Packard 7TH GRADE CLUB OFFICERS 8TH GRADE CLUB OFFICERS Secretary Treasurer ...... William Snedeker Secretary-Treasurer ......,...... .Ellen Helms 29 President .,................,......... Erma Sambrook President .............................. Donald Osgood Sc n Furs- Carson Bailey Dorothea J ezorski Mary Ellen Stone Carlton Kane Arthur Saxton Lucy Wrisley Ellsworth Miller Alice Beal Hazel Jackson Hazel Strope Miles Haight Harold Jackson Russell Ward Margaret Rumsey I' reshmenf- Milton Seymour Virginia Smith Louise Robbins Harry Shaddick Lewis Seeley Neither Late Nor Absent During 1934-35 To Date QMay lstl Theodore Vineski Lenora VanHorn Virginia Black Gertrude Dunbar Ju1rio1's- Wavne McClure Richard Welch Ray Robbins Christine VanHorn Ethel Joralemon Marguerite Jennings So1Jhomo1'cs- Doris Kittle Margery Canedy Rhea Barrett Velma Seymour Catherine Greenough Janice VanHorn Mary Rathbun Ray Jenkins, Jr. Prize Winner COMM ENCEM ENT 1934 Donna Wolfe Marie Steffen Velma Smith Geraldine Inman Lillian Strope Helen Wolfe Ethel Fuller Lois Schwab Glen Sutton Marion Seymour John Blackwell ' Rev. A. G. Cameron Prize in Agriculture ....................,...... .. ........ George Scott Rev. A. G. Cameron P1'ize in Latin .....,....,..,... ......,..... E leanor Gustin H. C. Carpenter Essay Prize ....................... ....... ......... O l ive Weigester Mrs. Sarah B. Willett Latin Prize ........,......,...l...,............. ........ F rances Gustin Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Matteson Prize in Mathematics ........ ........ F rances Gustin Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Pierce Prize in Biologyj ....,............. ........ J anet Greenough Mrs. H. K. Mitchell Prize in Home Economics ........ .......... D orothy Hicks D. A. R. Prizes In History Sixth Grade ............. ....,..................,............................................ ...... . M arjorie Mahood ...Evan Williams .John Blackwell and Ethel Fuller Seventh Grade .................. ................... ............ Eighth Grade .................,.. ....... ...................................... American Legion Medals ....... ,.......... C urtis Spalding Home Room Officers President Vice President Secretary Study Hall James Cunningham Willis Spalding Doris Williams Room 1 Sarah Woleslagle Lloyd Wolfe Room 2 Edward Quinn Melville Kilgore Room 3 George Pepper Lewis Seeley Richard Wilson John Snedeker Rex Merritt Room 4 Alice Beal Hazel Jackson Edna Reynolds Room 5 Marian Williams Frieda Berry Catherine Greenough Room 6 Louise Robbins Louise Smith Doris Dunbar Room 7 Claire Callen Janet Greenough Dorothy Grace Room 8 Pomeroy Mitchell Coy Bovier Vernon Robbins Treasurer Lillian Strope I Virginia Roblycr Lorraine Bailey Marjorie Smith Ray Robbins 30 sli5Ii'f""?"ff'f'fUW3'1"WHUW"W"'4W"J'il'UaWHWWIAIMIH,'14lXUHhw,WMNMWLLWUJW 1 Gjvgnnizuiion 5 wjJ11vIi'f17 " i"'4 "f,'fMf,'gf Wfivu ' ""IlI!f"" " 1' HH 1 ' ' " ,,,,f,WfflJ!l1Iq!jg fffflhff IW , Mn 445 fWfW'f1ffffm Wffwfr, IMliim,M?u1Wf11J1fx,l'iJJx1Q HQIIIW T Hi-Y Club From Leff to Right First Row: Larue Kilgore, Gerald Holton, Mark Scott, William Manley, Mr. Williams fSponsorj, Carson Bailey QPresidentJ, Albert Millcr iSecretaryJ, Daniel Wilber, Albert Grace, Ray Jenkins, James Reynolds, Charley Mcijraney, Hartley Everetts, Francis Morgan. Second Row: Robert Baldwin, Wayne McClure, Jack Putnam, Harry Havens, Horatio Gates, Edward Quinn, Harold Cole, Harold Morse, Alonzo Noble, Herbert Holcombe. Third Row: Ronald Passmore, Walter Allen, Colburn Preston, Wilber Slingerland, John Tallmadge. The Hi-Y Club sponsored a clean speech campaign, sent eighteen delegates to the Older Boys Conference at Williamsport, conducted a Bible Study Campaign, and studied various phases of good moral conduct. 32 Girl Reserves First Row, left to right: Miss Landis, Edna Reynolds, Eleanor Hawthorne, Margaret Vineski, Janet Greenough, Genevra Stone, Virginia Stanton, Eudora Dunbar, Inex Roblyer, Marjorie Canedy, Aileen Dodge, Genevieve Rutchel, Jeanne Schwab, Janet Rockwell. Second Row, left to right: Rowena Hill, Margaret Shaffer, Frances Brown, Audrey Haven, Margaret Ruinsey, Eleanor Krise, Marjorie F? 'N 5252 ,Q y Gustin, Eloise Estha Benson, Hazel Jackson, Brace, Marion Wolfe, Marion Aumick, Maxine Burr, Margaret Jo Seaman, Eleanor Strong, Lenora Van Horn, Doris Seeley, Evelyn Sonnekalb, Frances Gustin, Mary Schwab, F OFFICERS President ,.....,.o,,.. ................,............ E udora Dunbar Vice President ...... ........ M argery Canedy Secretary ,....,....... ,..,... G enevra Stone Treasurer ..,,,.. ,,...,.. I nez Roblyel' reda Haven. The Girl Reserve Club sponsored a Hallowe'en Carnival, gave their annual party to the children of the Martha Lloyd School, entered the State Bible Study Contest, studying "The Seven Enemies of Youth", con- ducted the sale of Christmas seals, sent May baskets to the sickg sent twelve delegates to the conference at Lake Ariel. ig ll!! III! -an F1 Y Ill' rm n I ll lg' 127 El' 4 Future Farmers First Row, left to riht: Professor Guillaume QSponsorJ, Foster, Spaulding, Summers. Bristol, Heath, Scott CWatch Dogj, Putnam QPresidentJ, McClure, Greenough QTreasurerJ, Baldwin QSecreta1'yl, Havens QVice Presidentj, Wills, Lyon, Seeley, Rolison, Morgan, Saunders, Clark, Second Row, left to right: Inman, Shaylor, Huntington, Slingerland, Haight, Mott, Holton, Hall, McClelland, Stanton, Lamont, Billingsley, Gates, Robbins, Harding, Morgan, Holton, Shaffer, Roblyer, McClelland. Thi1'd Row, left to right: Hammond, Kilgore, Lee, Williams, Cunningham, Williams. Allen, Preston, Fitzgerald, HaHet, Seymour, Wilson, Wolfe, Grace, Brewer, Miller. Kilgore, Mahood, Putnam, Manley, Jackson. The Future Farmers Club won second place in the State Project Contest, won eight of the first ten places for egg exhibits in the state-wide exhibit at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, and took second and fourth places on potatoes for our area. They conducted a pest exterrninating contest, destroying among other things 28,000 nests of tent caterpillars. They will attend the F. F. A. Week at Penn State in June. all el Shop Club For Girls First Row, left to right: Smith CPresidentJ, McMurray, Stevens fSec1'etary-Treas- urerj, Foust, Dunbar QVice Presidentj, Foster, Baker, Fuller, Foster. Second Row, left to right: English, McClure, Seymore, Dunbar, Wolfe, Robbins, La- Mont, Smith, Chamberlain, Woodwa1'd, Mr. Bly fSponsorJ. Home Economics For Boys Left to right: Bristol, Saunders, Porter, Vineski QT1-easurerj, Pepper fPresidentJ, Shaddock, Grace, Huntington, Hulslander, Mrs. Crumbling CSponsorj, Summers, Shedden, Huggy Manley, Lee, Williams, Patterson, Robbins, Hailett. lg il? Knitting Club First, Row, left to right: l.ueile Baldwin, Rhea Barrett, Emily Fake, Ruth Van Horn, Mary l'Illen Stone, lVIarjorie Smith, Claire Callen, llorothy Williams, Louise Smiley, Marie Blodgfeit, Irene Joralemon, Geraldine Inman. Second lbow, left to right: Milflred Pell-re, Doris Iilvidge, Jeanette Pierce, liclna llewey, Ester Horningg, Eleanor Inman, Freda Berry, Mary Manley, Dorothy Baxter, Velma Seymour, Marian Schucker, Helen Woleslaele, Lucy Christopher, Esther Gernert, Kathryn Cornell. Model Airplane Club l.el'L to right: Gerald Patterson, llobert Shook, Glenn Craigr, Herbert Porter, John Illuekwell, James HlljJ,'1.f, Harold Cole fl'resident7, Herbert Holcombe, .l r., Mr, lily. 36 fi Qs, Personality Club Left to rigfht: Geraldine Smith 1Vice Presidentl, Marian Mae Greenough, Sara Stauffer, Gertrude Dunbar 1I'residentJ, Alberta Travis, Dorothy Gates, Elizabeth Guernsey, Virginia Smith, Virginia Black, Louise Brown, Dorothy Kelly, Winifred Goodrich. i i Officers of the Dancing Club President, Lenora Van Horng Vice President, Robert lialdwing Secretary-Treasurer, Alice Bealg Sponsor, Mr. Harrington. 37 li Senior Play Cast First Row, left to right: Francis Putnam, Anna Haight, Garth Maynard, Ruth Van Horn, Arthur Saxton, Julia F1'eelove. Second llow, left to right: Miss Lyon CCoachJ, Mary Ellen Stone, Bruce McCraney, Doris Williams, Dan Wilbur, Eldon Estep, Crystal Bailey. Third Row, left to right: Donald Avery, Doris Seeley, Francis Thomas, Merton Greenough, Theodore Vineski, Florence Loomis, Willis Spalding: SENIOR PLAY CAST Frifluy E'l'l'7llIlfI Snfurdrrif lS'l'l'lIiII!l Elijah Quimby, the caretaker of Baldpate Inn..A1-thm. Saxton Arthur Saxton Mrs. Quimby, the caretaker's wife ,,..i..,..i. ,...... F lorence Loomis Julia Frec-love William Hallowell Magee, the novelist ,,,,,.,,,...,r.. Gai-th Maynal-d Ga,-th Maynard John Bland, the millionaire's right-hand man..Bruce McCraney Bruce McCranev Mary Norton, the newspaper reporter '.,,,.., .... A nna Haigrht Ruth Van Horn Mrs. Rhodes, the charming' widow .,.,....,.r , . ..., Doi-in Seeley Doi-is Williams. Peters, the Hermit of Baldpate .,,,...,,,,, ,..o. F rancis Putnam Francis Putnam Myra Thornhill, the blackmailei ',.,. , .,,.r o,,,r. ll iary Ellen Stone Crystal Bailey Lou Max, the Mayor's man "Friday" .,,,,,......... Donald Avery Donald Averv Jim Cargan, the crooked mayor of Reuton ,,i.,,,, Merton Greenouprh Merton Greenougrh J Thomas Hayden, the president of the It. and IC. Suburban ll. R. H - ..,, . .lipfgs Kennedy, Chief of Police of Asquewan Willis Spaulding: Falls Francis Thomas Two Cops Eldon Flstep Dan Wilbur The Owner ol' Haldpate. ,, Theodore Vineski VVillis Spaulding Francis Thomas Eldon Flstep Dan Wilbur Theodore Vineski A Front Row, sitting, left to right: Lenora Van Horn, Marian Aumick, Russell Ward, Orchestra Richard Tait, Mildred Beardslee, Janet Greenongh, Sarah Woleslagle, Marguerite Jennings. Second Row, standing, left to right: Arthur Saxton, Stanley Packard, ,Marjorie Wolfe, Naomi Andrus, Bruce McCraney, Willis Spaulding, LaRue Knights, Wayne Inman. Standing, left to right: Lynn Greenough, Eldon Cole, Miss Dorothy Rogers lllireetorj, Francis Thomas, John Blackwell, Alice Palmer, Vernon Robbins, Garth Maynard, Merton Greenough. all '12, 'YS Glee Club First Row, left to right: Doris Seeley, Lenora Van Horn, Norma Foust, Alice Beal, Marjorie Wolfe, Marian Aumick, Maxine Burr, Janet Rockwell, Miss Rogers illirectorl, Eleanor Krise, Janet Greenough, Hazel Strope, Genevieve Rutchel, Mildred Peters, Doris Kittle, Dorothy Grace. Second Row, left to right: Mary Manley, Esther Evans, Marguerite Jennings, Jeanette Pierce, Eudora Dunbar, Margaret Mason, Evelyn Sonnekalb, Mildred Beardslee, Alice Palmer, Edna Reynolds, Elsie McWhorter, Mary Jane White, Esther English, Margaret Jo Seaman, Inez Roblyer, Virginia Roblyer, Clara McClure. Third Row, left, to right.: Laura Frances Brace, Virginia Grace, Louise Brown, Anna Haight, Doris Williams, Christine Van Horn, Catherine Greenough, Marian Williams, William Manley, Willis Spalding, Bruce McCraney, John Snedeker, John Tallmadge. Fourth Row, left to right: John Blackwell, Eldon Cole, Gerald Holton, Alonzo Noble, Lynn Greenough, Jack Putnam, Albert Grace, Francis Thomas, Alfred McClure, Donald Avery, Stanley Packard, Merton Greenough, Garth Maynard. The outstanding Music event of the year was a joint concert of the Glee Clubs of Mansfield, Canton, Towanda, Athens, and Troy High Schools, given in the Troy High School Gymnasium, May 3. Two hundred fifty voices took part. lg if Band First Row, left to right: Francis Thomas, Naomi Andrus, Marjorie Wolfe, Rhea Barrett, Henry Sherman CDirectorJ, William Manley, Bruce McCraney, Elwood Slingerland, Willis Spalding, Alfred McClure. Second Row, left to right: John Blackwell, Llewellyn Canedy, William Canedy, Arthur Saxton, Stanley Packard, Curtis Spalding. Third llow, left to right: Merton Greenougli, Garth Maynard, Wayne McClure, Albert Grace, Eldon Cole, Charles Baldwin, Lynn Greenough. A ff 27 X Athletnw W f g ffffr 1 E ' X0 A ' ' .-:'-12-. Y . X- V lhiilmf ,. Rx, X x X Q ' Q as ENN gg 'pwgysi QW - WSWWM3 iWQ5kB w !""'E?-T"-If-f xv? x,xX v E ' wuuuuuuuu x lll'Il"""S "mm, umunm W Sfiixx X ' 5E::??i:?:1? 1 Mlwl. 1 xr- W, D ml" ,pr ' MN Q 'ill' Mwm mmmmmmg rr+. :- ..f...-. x :ff-g' A2 "f Q N?-Qlxlf' ... S "3Z3' 0 A j4 i S M X -xf X :M-WEN AEQQQX 435 Q ..... E Y E tl Y S N .. x . li Soccer Team First Row, left to right: Andrew Herrick, James Cunningham, Burton Comfort, Russell Ward, Walter Allen, Wilbur Slingerland, Eugene Case, Norbert Gritsmaker. Second Row, left to right: Richard Welch, Robert Baldwin, Watson Williams, Pomeroy Mitchell, Harry Havens, Glenn Inman, Donald Wilson, Robert Weldy. Third Row, left to right: Mr. Crumbling lCoachJ, Theodore Vineski, William Manley, Jack Putnam, Coy Bovier, Wayne McClure, Howard Billingsley, Carson Bailey. SCORES gwy gibffftbl E Troy Covington roy ovmg on o , - Troy Mansfield 4 T1 oy "' 'Manefleld Troy South Waverly 0 Troy Emma Troy 4, Elmira 1 Troy 1, Liberty Troy had a successful season in Soccer, which was introduced for the first time this year. The team won 5, lost 3, and tied one, which is a fine record when the inexperience of the players is considered. With this season's experience behind them, the team looks forward to another successful season next year. A ,Q Track Team First Row, left to right: Walter Allen, Theodore Vineski, Carlton Kane, Norbert Gritsmaker fCaptainJ, Eugene Case iCaptainl, Harold Morse, Burton Comfort, VVatson Williams. Second Row, left to right: Robert Baldwin, Coy Bovie1', Donald Richmond, Russell Ward, David Curren, Vernon Robbins, William Manley, Franklin Mott. Third Row, left to right: Coach Crumbling, Pomeroy Mitchell, Willis Mahood, Wayne McClure, Robert Weldy, Horatio Gates, Richard Welch, Charles Wills, Merton Greenough fManagerJ. In 1934 Troy had only two track meets, a dual meet with Tovvanda, and the S. V. l. A. A. meet. We Won the Towanda meet but only scored 19772 points in the League meet, which Sayre won. Players getting points for Troy were: Vineski, Manley, Case, C. Allen, Herrick, Kane, and Comfort. This year three meets have been scheduled: a dual meet with Towanda, the S. V. I. A. A. meet at Canton, and the district meet at Mt. Carmel. Prospects are bright for a good team. 45 T First Row, left to right: Harry Havens, Bud Baldwin, Walter Allen 1Capta1nJ Glenn Inman, Andrew Herrick. Basket Ball Team Second Row, left to right: Wilber Slingerland, Eugene Case 4Mana5,e1J Nt1ll7LlI Gritsmaker, Pomeroy Mitchell, Mr. Crumbling' fCoachl, Watson Williams Troy had a successful basket ball season, Winning 12 games, and losing 6 Troy won all four games of the first round ol' play for League Cham pionship, but lost three games in the second half. Sayre won the play off Troy Troy 'llroy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy 22 .,1 .1 4 .ffl 113 20 124 44 29 25 , New Albany , Lellaysville , Hnghesville , liaquin C. C. C. , A l nmni , H ughesville , Mansfield , Sayre , Waverly SCORES, 11113-1-255 113 Troy 241, 11 Troy 21, El Troy 28, 17 Troy 22, :zz 'ri-Oy ns, 11 Troy 211, 354 Troy 330, 21 Troy 17, 253 Troy 17, LEAGUE STANDING 19314-35 Sayre ,, Troy ,, . Waverly Canton .. .. Towanda . Canton lVIanst'iel1l Towanda Waverly Sayre Waverly Canton Towanzla Sayre IVUII Los! -1 4 ,, 5 22 fi 43 7 5 2 , 2 Who Is Who In Troy High School Hand Manley .,., "Rut" Stanton .,.... Max Kerrick ........ Jack Putnam ........ Glenn Inman .,..,.o, "Ted" Vineski ,... .. Carlton Kane ........ Albert Miller .,...... John Blackwell .,..,e,. ,.,.,..., . Eldon Estep ..,,,,,,,,,, Stanley Packardl I John Simcoe K "Andy" Herrick ,,,,.. ,A,,,,,,,, Harold Morse .,...r Garth Maynard ...... ,.,...,,., 'iHerbie" Holcombe "Nub" Gritsmaker Edsall Petty .............. .......... Merton Greenough Dan Wilbur ...,,,...... Bruce McCraney .. Ronald Passmore .. Nelson Morgan ....,. Tallest ..,..., Shortest .,...l., Slimmest .c.... Fattest ............,, Most Studious ....,... Funniest ...... Our Poets .....,.. Curlylocks ....., Our Pianists .....,.. Most Obliging ..,..,. Chummiest ..,,,.l... ........Doris Williams ........Betty Foust ........Marie Blodgett .,......Velma Smith .......Lucy Wrisley ........Virginia Kelly ...lulia Freelove . .,.. .Geraldine Inman ......,..Alice Palmer .Florence Loomis Sl Claire Callen '1gMarjorie Smith Happy-Go-Lucky .,... ...,.. . .Doris Seeley Most Talkative ..,... Elocutionist ......,, Noisiest ............ Most Athletic .... "Peggy" Vineski ........Margery Canedy ..Mary Ellen Stone ...lane Paine Quietest ..............,........ ...... . .Virginia Black Walking Dictionary ..,. .,...... , .Frances Gustin Neatest ............ ....... ...... . . Eleanore Krise Most Musical ...... Dreamiest ........ Most Bashful ...... -Janet Greenough ........Helen Dunbar ..Ernesta Passeri 48 T M X W Q Ahvevtizfeme t l W.-Q .. fl-1-it -11 -ifffiii1'flf' II Siiilll UlUIHf sf: 15555 ' EXT ' f I U Nm .1'-Agj.iQi.11iT1',5 ff- 1 2 r ggi? ,',.' ii l l - MMA 4 , ---- Y"-A 'L-4?-PL -T' i4 W Fifi, .'A' "fWNff "-'x--1wff'lX'5 if 4245294 H W 7 A V a T , !:.,.qQQg1aq,,:. 'iiH.k.,,....... , . . , RN .I I ,. ....: .i-H. X X1 if XTR: - -.png 3: NQQ 1: '152sE:. :EL 4. L - 1.Hnn . 4 .un ' I. -Q. ' V 1 Y --. --xl-Ig-J' -. - L ' Y- , --.nts 445 .f:!...s T Compliments of First National Bank Troy, Pennsylvania The Bank of Safety and Service GO EDGEWOOD FARMS LDEN GUERNSEY A'me'rica's Table Milk PHONE 150 Il. B. TROY Sc to 351.00 STORE G. H. BEATTY, Manager HAROLD F. FRENCH General Insurance TROY, PENNSYLVANIA PRESTON Sz JAQUISH S H O E S For the Entire Familu TROY, PENNSYLVANIA El Established 189.5 Incorporated 19 F. P. Case Sz Sons, Inc. Contractors and Builders Complete Builders' Supplies and Coal Yard T' P F , President: G. F. Case X P d nt and Managerg A. N. Case, Secreta Troy Engine Troy Hotel and Rooms Machine Co. and Meals Troy, Pennsylvania li Van Dyne O11 Company Regional Distributors Tydol Gasoline Kerosene Fuel Veedol Oil Oil and Greases PLANTS AT TROY ATHENS ELM IRA BINGHAMTON CORNING Congratulations to Troy High School Seniors O Allegany Gas Co. A DEPENDABLE SOURCE FROM WHICH TO PURCHASE EGGS AND CHICKS CASE-LAMMY POULTRY FARM JOHN L. VAN HORN Chrysler and Plymouth Automobiles TROY, PENNSYL-VANIA 52 SMITH BROS. Jewelers DR. G. LESLIE SMITH Optometrist J. C. PENNY CO. Department Store TROY, PENNSYLVANIA Shop nt P0711I1l,S and Save F. L. BALLARD Jeweler and Optometrist TROY, PENNSYLVANIA TROY BAKERY Try Our HOME MADE BAKING Party Orders a Specialty W. T. BIDDLE, Prop. C. L. DEWEY O Photographic Material Enlarging Copying Kodak Finishing ROY NASH The Red and White Store TROY, PENNSYLVANIA J. H. MCCLELLAND DRY GOODS AND SHOES TROY, PENNSYLVANIA Troy High School News in the T R O Y GAZETTE-REGISTER Every Week During the School Year 552.00 for 52 Big Issues IIE Canton Street S. M. Canecly Sz Co. TROY. PENNSYLVANIA O QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES MONARCH FOODS Carpenter and Pierce Company O Drugs - Sodas - Gifts The REXALL Store O Auto Store Buick - Chevrolet - Pontiac COMPLETELY EQUIPPED GARAGE TROY, PENNSYLVANIA King and Rolison O RETAIL HARDWARE ALADDIN MANTLE LAMPS AND SUPPLIES 1- O S C O L U W A - Green Houses and Gardens L. R. GUILLUAME 155 Canton Street Phone 31E Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants Bedding and Vegetable Plants, Etc. HONEY Gilt Edge Comb and Extracted Honev the year 'round. That delicious can- died Buckwheat Hkmey during the cold months. Eat Honey for your health's sake. Eat a little Honey every dayg it aids digestion. Substi- tute Honey for sugar. HARRY W. BEAVER, Prop. Producer of Fine Honey Troy, Pennsylvania A GRADUATION GIFTS SUIT CASES TRAVELING BAGS WEEK-END CASES PA RCEL POST LAUNDRY CASES BILL FOLDS ROCKWELL 81 GALLATIN WILSON FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY Hardware and Farm Implements DR. CLIFTON B. DOANE DR. F. H. RILEY DAVID J. FANNING Lawyer TROY, PENNSYLVANIA H. K. MITCHELL TROY, PENNSYLVANIA STRONG Sz FRENCH Dealers in GROCERIES AND MEATS MACHINERY RADIOS Gillette, Pennsylvania CONGDON'S GARAGE General Repairing and Welding LYNN CONGDON, Prop. Gillette, Pennsylvania lg T Compliments W. F. Palmer C. J. BLOOM 8: COMPANY TEXACO GAS FIRESTONE TIRES FIRESTONE BATTERIES TROY, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of MCGEE FURNITURE AND SUPPLY COMPANY Beds - Springs - Mattresses Rugs - Radio - Frigidaire Washers And Now, Anything in Wheels for Your Car Maurice J. McGee - Francis A. McGee O. W. ROCKWELL Livestock Dealer Phone 28-R TROY, PENNSYLVANIA RED ROCK FARMS O Pure Pasteurized MILK AND CREAM E244 .uIsn1-II--n.I ...,I ,--I1 - . . -Il -35-.Ia-:IVF -4-I--.1 ,.-.- . 1II., I ,II IFJ.-3. , I II. I. I. I IIIIK, III. .,I.I .III 1 -. 2-IL: ' ',f:,'-if---3--s 1 ..'ffg-g.l3:f.' . .IQQLQ 1-. 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