|The History Center on Main Street, 83 N. Main Street, Mansfield PA 16933 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mansfield PA and Richmond Township in Tioga County PA|
||In the lower picture the Brick Shool, built 1881, is shown in 1920. The picture at left shows the old schoool in the right background with the 1927 gym addition in front. The old school was eventually torn down. In its place now stands the larger part of the present High School..|
Mansfield High School Graduates
This information was taken from the 1938 school year book. Joyce M. Tice has added supplemental information.
|We now have a local history museum in Mansfield representing
the area in and naer Manfield.
Visit the History Center on Main Street at 83 North Main Street. We also have a locaton at 61 North Main Street.
Regular hours are noon to 3 T, W Th or by appointment.
Planning a Reunion? Be sure to include a visit to the History Center to see our Blue and Gold Room, Displays of yearbooks and ALL the graduates of this school. We like to have Welcome Home Receptions for our returning Mansfieldians.
If you have obituaries for classmates, parents siblings, that we have not includedon the class pages, please send them to us.
|SURNAME||FIRST NAME||YEAR||ADDRESS in 1938||OCCUPATION||SPOUSE NAME||SRGP||Life Years||Cemetery|
|BARDEN||John||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Mason||1907-||Prospect Cemetery [stone]|
|BEACH||Harry||1926||1606 Tracey St., Endicott, NY||Western Auto Store||Mabel Williams||5377||1907-1978||Endicott NY in 1961|
|BEACH||Helen||1926||318 E. 34th St., New York City||Walker||5379||1909-||Using Surname Radliff in 1961 -of Endicott
In 1978 using Walker surname - of Brackney PA
|BELKNAP||Janet||1926||2124 Como Ave., St. Paul, Minn||William Randel|
|BENSON||Donald||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Teacher||13820||1908-1983||Watson Cemetery|
|BRACE||Lelia||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Gerlach & Heess||2109||1909-1986||Prospect Cemetery|
|CANFIELD||Louise||1926||Mansfield, Pa||Ervin Heinrich||MSTC 1928|
|CLEVELAND||Ernest||1926||Millerton, Pa.||Works in Endicott|
|CONNELLY||Leah||1926||Lamoyne, Pa.||George Hendricks||12226||1908-2001||State Road Cemetery|
|COOKE||Sheffield||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Bank Teller||Anna Strouse||14239||1908-1968|
|CRANMER||Darwin||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Baker||85469||1908-1989||Prospect Cemetery|
|CUMMINGS||Lillian||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Frederick Burnham||16269||1908-1969||Prospect Cemetery|
|DATILLO||Philip||1926||1750 Clifford, Rochester, NY|
|DAVIS||Leigh||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Postman||Anna Phelps||81375||1908-1968||Oakwood Cemetery|
|DAVIS||Wanda||1926||R D 3, Mansfield, Pa.||Russell Kendrick||68973|
|DITCHBURN||Irene||1926||Blossburg, Pa.||Edward McBlane|
|DOUGHTON||Allan||1926||465 W. Gray St., Elmira, NY||Journalist|
|DOUGLAS||Helen||1926||R D 3, Attica, NY||George B. Merrill|
|EVERY||Eva||1926||817 Elmer Ave., Sayre, Pa.||Joe Osler, Ralph Williams||27389||1906-1996||State Road Cemetery|
|FISH||Hazel||1926||Mainesburg, Pa.||Morgan Hilfiger||15537||1904-1955||State Road Cemetery|
|FROST||Lyman||1926||Marathon, NY||Mgr. G.L.F.||Ethelyn Smith||3666||1907-1982||Marathon NY|
|GOODALL||Howard||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Automobile Dealer||Connie [Surname unknown]||82468||1907-1984||Prospect Cemetery|
|GOULD||Blanche||1926||Troy, Pa.||Matron, Brad.Co. Home||John Gustin||13701||MSTC 1928||1906-1997||Bradford County Memorial|
|GOULD||Lorinda||1926||Deceased||Willis Dunbar||13700||MSTC 1928||1906-1933||Glenwood Cemetery|
|HAGAR||Elnora||1926||R D 1, Mansfield, Pa.||Lawrence Copp||23945||1908-1969||Bowen Cemetery|
|HAGAR||Ina||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||35875||1909-2001||Prospect Cemetery|
|HENDRICKS||Ruth||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Elmer Geiger||3601||1906-1985||Prospect Cemetery|
|HUBBARD||Lawrence||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Bookkeeper, Taylor Hdwr||Louise||35898||1910-2004||Prospect Cemetery|
|HULSLANDER||Evelyn||1926||758 Hazel St., Elmira, NY||George Schlock||80382|
|INGALLS||Clara||1926||Venice Center, NY||Marshall||MSTC 1928|
|INGALLS||Doris||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Allan Shaw|
|JACKSON||Lillian||1926||Columbia Cross Roads, Pa.||Richard Havens||15115||MSTC 1928||1907-1988||Glenwood Cemetery|
|JAQUISH||Joseph||1926||Deceased||Doris Soper||55135||MSTC 1931||1907-1934||Prospect Cemetery|
|JUPENLAZ||Matilda||1926||1028 Connecticut Ave., Washington, DC||Casper McClelland||22772||1910-1996||Glenwood Cemetery|
|KELTS||Gertrude||1926||Johnson City, NY||Reginald Fox||12304||1909-1974|
|KNOWLTON||Celia||1926||634 W. Water St., Elmira, NY||Johnson||52767||1908-|
|LENT||Leslie||1926||48 Fairfield St., Valley Stream, LI, NY||Teacher|
|LOCKWOOD||Clare||1926||Box 53, Rutland, Pa.||Walter Harrington|
|LOWNSBERY||Florence||1926||Covington, Pa.||William Fletcher|
|McKAY||Myrtle||1926||R D 3, Mansfield, Pa.||Maxwell Strange||10286||1906-2003||State Road Cemetery|
|NAGLE||Cyril||1926||3 Circle Drive, Plandome, L.I., NY||Velma Curtis|
|NELSON||Elvira||1926||306 Morrowfield Ave., Elmira, NY||Delmar Robbins||MSTC 1928|
|OWEN||Phyllis||1926||Morris Run, Pa.||Edmund Swinsick||1910-1995||Oakwood Cemetery|
|PALMER||Louise||1926||Roseville, Pa.||Thomas Harris||8665||1910-1996||Woodlawn|
|POWERS||Eloise||1926||Elmer Ave., Sayre, Pa.||Nurse|
|POWERS||Gordon||1926||Wellsboro, Pa.||State App. Service|
|REYNOLDS||Lorena||1926||R D 6, Wellsboro, Pa.||Howard [Frank] Grinnell||4594||1909-|
|ROSE||Denzel||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Helen Gaylord||19367||1907-1991||Watson Cemetery|
|ROUPP||Iola||1926||R D 3, Mansfield, Pa.||Teacher, Cogan Station|
|SHAW||Martha||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Teacher, Charleston||12912||MSTC 1928||1910-1988||State Road Cemetery|
|STRAIT||Julia||1926||R D 2, Troy, Pa.||William Whitman||62953||1908-|
|STRANGE||Mary Alice||1926||Rutland, Pa.||David Sweely||11751||MSTC 1928||1909-1996||Mainesburg Cemetery|
|SWARTWOOD||Walter||1926||Deceased||Eleanor Reese||38074||MSTC||1903-1937||Prospect Cemetery|
|UTTER||Margretta||1926||R D. Millerton, Pa.||Hiram Doud||38803||MSTC 1928||1907-|
|VANDUSEN||Dorothy||1926||1644 Maple Ave., Haddon Heights, NJ||George Neal|
|WEIN||George||1926||415 Grove St., Elmira, NY||[Cecelia Narveski]||24791||1907-1992|
|WHITTAKER||Carrie||1926||R D 3, Mansfield, Pa.||John Strong|
|WILSON||Harold||1926||Mansfield, Pa.||Phyllis Carpenter||35769||1907-1988||Oakwood Cemetery|
|YOUMANS||Margaret||1926||Covington, Pa.||Ralph Stratton|
|Helen Beach||Janet Belknap|
|Leigh Bower||Lelia Brace
Donald Halsey [SRGP 13820] – Donald Halsey Benson, 74, of 73 St. James
St., Mansfield, who was the first Mansfield Borough Manager, died Friday,
March 18, 1983, at his home. He was born May 28, 1908, in Rutland Township.
He was a member and elder of the First Presbyterian Church at Mansfield.
A graduate of Mansfield High School and Mansfield State College, he earned
a master’s degree at Bucknell University, Lewisburg. Mr. Benson was a teacher
and coach in the Canton and Mansfield areas until 1945 when he became the
owner and operator of Tyoga Gas and Equipment Co. Alter his retirement
in 1964, he became borough manager. He was a member of Friendship Lodge
247, F&AM at Mansfield. Surviving are his wife, the former Louise Gates;
three daughters, Mrs. Jane Houth, of Saranac Lake, NY, Mrs. Sara Strader,
of Jackson, Miss., and Mrs. Barbara Elder, of West Berlin, NJ; a brother,
Reed, of Sun City, Ariz.; a sister, Mrs. Doris Grow, of Batavia, NY, and
seven grandchildren. A private funeral was held Monday at the Kuhl Funeral
Home, Mansfield. The Rev. Robert M. Glasgow, his pastor, officiated. Donations
in his memory may be made to the Mansfield Memorial Educational Fund, c/o
Rudolph Van der Hiel. – Wellsboro Gazette, 23 March 1983, p.10
BRACE - MRS. LEILA B. HEESS
MANSFIELD--Mrs. Leila Brace Heess, 76, of Boynton Beach, Fla., a Tioga County native, died Friday, March 14, 1986, in Lantana, Fla. Born at Mansfield May 9, 1909, she was the daughter of Orville and Anna Smith Brace. Surviving are a stepdaughter, Mrs. Fred Wheeler, of Elmira, NY, and a stepson, Walter Heess, of Phoenix, Ariz. The funeral will be held today, Mar. 19, at 11 am Wednesday at Kuhl-Wilston's, 18 North Main Street. Burial will be in Prospect Cemetery. The Rev. Bruce P. Cummings, pastor of Southside Baptist Church, Elmira, NY, will officiated. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Tuesday.
|Ernest Cleveland||Clifford Cleveland||Leah Connelly
|Philip Datillo||Leigh Davis
|Wanda Davis||Irene Ditchburn||Allan Doughton||Helen Douglas|
|Mary French||Lyman Frost
FISH, HAZEL - OBIT - HILFIGER, HAZEL (Fish) MRS., (SRGP 15537)
age 50, of Mainesburg, RD 1, Pa., unexpectedly Friday, May 27, 1955.
She was a member of the Bakersburg (Pa) Community Church and Mainesburg
Grange. Survived by husband, Morgan Hilfiger; daughter, Mrs. Lois
Brewer of Aberdeen, Md.; sons, Morgan Jr., Duane and Norman Hilfiger, all
of Mainesburg; mother, Mrs. Lillian Kellogg of Youngstown, Ohio; brothers,
Theo Fish of Chesapeake City, Md., and James Fish of Mansfield,Pa.; sisters,
Mrs. Margaret Burnham of Mansfield, Mrs. Frances Townsend of Wellsboro,
Pa.; Mrs. Reta Probst of Elmira, and Mrs. Dorothy Stalter of Jackson Center,
Pa.; granddaughter, Miss Dawn Marie Hilfiger of Mainesburg. Body
at Shaw and Robena Funeral Home, Mansfield, Pa., where friends may call.
Funeral there Monday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Glenn Dewey. State Road Cemetery.
Gould, Blanche G. Gustin, age 91, of RR 3, Troy, PA died Saturday, December 6, 1997 at the Troy Community Hospital. She was born September 29, 1906 in Roseville, PA, the daughter of George and Bertha (Brace) Gould. Blanche was a member of the West Burlington United Methodist Church. She was a school teacher with the Troy Area School District for 19 years, having taught both in the West Burlington and Granville schools, Blanche was a member of the Retired Teacher's Association. John and Blanche Gustin were superintendent and matron of the Bradford County Manor for 20 years. She was a member and Past Worthy Matron of the Troy Eastern Star. Blanche was a member of the Union Grange for over 50 years and was also a member of the Burlington Rebekahs for over 50 years. She was the manager of the Mountain Lake Resort for many years. Blanche is survived by daughters, Betty Moyer of Mountain Lake, PA and Ruth Howell of Bartlesville, OK; son, John Gustin Jr. at home; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her husband, John V. Gustin, on February 17, 1997; sister, Lorrinda (Gould) Dunbar; brothers, Wells Gould and Alfred Gould. Funeral services were held at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy on December 9 with the Rev. Mark Bower and the Rev. Donald Raffensperger officiating and burial to be in Bradford County Memorial Park in Luthers Mills, PA. Pallbearers were to be Burton Parks, Max Simcoe, Stub Crane, Richard Welch, Claude Carman and Don Cleckner. Memorials may be directed to the West Burlington United Methodist Church, c/o Mrs. Carol Rockwell, RR 2, Box 276, Troy, PA 16947 or the Bradford County Library, RR 3, Troy, PA 16947.
DUNBAR, MRS. LOURINDA GOULD (SRGP 13700)
Mrs. Lourinda Gould Dunbar died Saturday morning at her home at East Troy, following a few hours’ illness of heart trouble. Mrs. Dunbar was the daughter of mr. and Mrs. George Gould and was born in Rutland township twenty-five years ago. When she was a child the family moved to Richmond township and she entered the Mansfield schools, graduating from the Mansfield Senior High School and the State Teachers College. Following her graduation she taught in the schools of Bradford county. Three years ago she was united in marriage to Willis Dunbar and went to East Troy to make her home. Of a pleasing personality and unusual ability, she was held in high esteem and her sudden death came as a shock to a large circle of friends. Besides her husband she is survived by a daughter, Virginia May; her parents; a sister, Mrs. Blanche Gustin, of Burlington, and two brothers, Wells Gould, of Dunkirk, N.Y., and Alfred, of Florida. Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Baptist Church at East Troy, of which she was a member. Interment was in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. (Handwritten date – 1933)
|Evelyn Hulslander||Clara Ingalls||Doris Ingalls|
"JOE" JAQUISH KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT
The community was saddened last week to learn of the accidental death of Joseph R. Jaquish, who was instantly killed Wednesday night about nine o’clock in an automobile accident near the overpass at Columbia Cross Roads on the Elmira-Troy road. Mr. and Mrs. Jaquish were driving toward Elmira and in trying to avoid hitting a box in the road he failed to make the turn and crashed into the guard posts. The force of the impact sheared off four posts and the machine rolled over the steep embankment at this point coming to rest headed toward Troy. Mr. Jaquish was thrown through the window on his wife’s side and was instantly killed. His skull was fractured and his neck was broken. Mrs. Jaquish was cut and badly bruised, but managed to crawl through the window and run to the nearest neighbors for help. Mr. Jaquish was born in Covington Township, April 2, 1907. He was a graduate of Mansfield High School, spent one year at the University of Pittsburgh and two years at Mansfield State Teachers College. On Nov. 6, 1931 he was married to Doris F. Soper of Mansfield. For the past eight years he was a well-known employee of the Cross Trail Restaurant in Mansfield. His pleasant smile and cheery disposition were characteristics of his life. He not only will be missed by his wife and family, but by his friends and neighbors who bore loving tribute to him by many beautiful flowers. The deceased is survived by his wife, Doris Soper Jaquish; his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Jaquish of Mansfield, Pa.; a brother Dr. Charles Jaquish of New Castle; Mrs. Russell Marvin, Covington; Mrs. Mary Smith, Mansfield; Mrs. George Michaels, Throop, Pa.; Mrs. Harry Miller, Lancaster, Pa. The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the residence, 319 North Main St., Mansfield with an unusually large attendance. Interment was made in the Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. The Rev. D. W. Bayliss officiated. The people of the community extend their sympathy to the bereaved family in the loss which they have sustained.
JUPENLAZ, Matilda [SRGP 22772] – Matilda J. McClelland, 85, of Mosherville died Friday, April 19, 1996, in Ames, Iowa. Born June 12, 1910 in Mansfield, she was the daughter of Fred and Matilda Jupenlaz. She was a resident of Mosherville for 20 years and Washington, D.C. for 40 years. She was a retired kindergarten teacher from Montgomery, MD public schools. Her interests included marionette and puppet theatre, antique furnishings and toys, gardening and forestry. She was a member of the Chemung County Historical Society, the Mark Twain Society and the Forestry Landowner’s Association. Preceding her in death was her husband, Casper S. McClelland, July 19, 1982. Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, John F. McClelland and Linda M. Seaverson of Ames, Iowa; a daughter, Ann M. Swanson of Washington, D.C.; a sister, Gertrude T. Jupenlaz of Williamsport; three grandchildren, Christina, John Casper and Thomas of Ames. A graveside service was held in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy on Tuesday, April 23. The Rev. James Barrett officiated.Donations may be made to the Chemung County Historical Society, 415 East Water St., Elmira, NY 14901. Arrangements were handled by the Vickery Funeral Home, Troy. – Wellsboro Gazette, 24 April 1996, p.9
KELTS - Mrs. Gertrude Fox, 65, of 20 Sheldon St., Binghamton, NY, died suddenly Tuesday, Dec. 24, 1974 at her home. She was born at Covington on May 3, 1909, a daughter of George and Lila Kelts. She is survived by her husband, Reginald E. Fox of Binghamton; a daughter, Sylvia of Indiana; three sons, Ralph of Phoenix, Ariz., Donald of Layton, Utah, Reginald D. of Newark Valley, NY; and a sister, Mrs. Dorotha Hall of Mansfield; eleven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. She was a member of the Primitive Methodist Church of Johnson City, and was employed by Endicott Johnson Corp. She graduated from Covington High School and attended Mansfield Normal School. Funeral services were held at the Frank L. DeMunn Funeral Home, Binghamton, NY. Burial was in Gray Cemetery, Covington. - Wellsboro Gazette, January 9, 1975
|Celia Knowlton||Verus Krotzer||Leslie Lent||Clare Lockwood|
|Florence Lounsbery||Myrtle McKay
|Cyril Nagel||Elvira Nelson|
|Joseph Panepinto||Eloise Powers|
|Gordon Powers||Denzel Rose
|Lorena Reynolds||Iola Roupp|
|Julia Strait||Walter Swartwood
|Mary Alice Strange
STRANGE -MARY ALICE SWEELY, 85 of Trask's Trailer Park, Mansfield died May 2, 1996 at Troy Community Hospital. Her husband, Henry Sweely of 49 years died January 2, 1984. She was a life member of Mainesburg United Methodist Church and a graduate of Mansfield Normal School. Born May 25 1909 on Rumsey Hill, Mainesburg a daughter of Charles H. and Mattie E. Rumsey Strange. Surviving are two daughters Jane Hughes of Worth, IL and Janice Doner of Columbia Cross Roads; four grandchildren, Lucinda Hopwood, Jackie Colton, Jay Schucker and Scott Hughes and six great-grandchildren. Buried Mainesburg Cemetery.
SWARTWOOD - Walter E. Swartwood, aged 34 years, of Mansfield, died Sunday at 1:30 p.m. after a two years' illness. He was born at Landrus in 1903, son of William E. and Harriet Queal Swartwood. He removed to Mansfield in 1903. He was a graduate of the Mansfield Senior High School, Mansfield Teachers College and Penn State College. For three years he had conducted a cut rate store in Mansfield. On June 15, 1935, he married Miss Eleanor Reese, of Kingston. He was a member of the Mansfield Presbyterian church and Friendship Lodge, F&AM. Mr. Swartwood is survived by his widow, his parents, two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Clemons of Blossburg and Mrs. Lena Hildreth of Binghamton. The funeral was held yesterday at the Mansfield Presbyterian church, Revs. John E. Bouquet and David J. Griffiths officiating; burial in Prospect cemetery at Mansfield. - Wellsboro Agitator, 22 September 1937
|Leona TenEyck||Margretta Utter||Dorothy VanDusen||Helen Wehge|
|Carrie Whittaker||Harold Wilson
1926 Mansfield High School Yearbook
In this work of digging up the achievements of our former graduates it has been interesting and gratifying to find such a large number succeeding so well. We believe our graduates by their success or failure give a good means of classifying and evaluating the worthwhile work of our school. And I am sure that we have much of which to be proud.
Wayne (“Doc”) Lowe has been teaching in Montana for the past two years. He will return east with his family this spring.
Elwin Brown, who has been Secretary of Meeker’s Business College for several years, was married last December.
Casper Gillette is now teaching in a junior high school in Summit, N. J.
Rozelle Austin has returned to Akron, Ohio. We understand he is working for a tire company.
Wyllys Olver is a floor manager of a textile plant in Chester, Penna.
Ray Smith and Frederic Simmons are in Texas. “Freddy” is in the air service. Joe (“Dutch”) Bedenk is also in Texas. He is assistant athletic director at Rice College.
Jay Baldwin was in Oklahoma during part of the winter. Jay is connected with a firm of Public Accountants in Pittsburgh.
Preston Van Ness is Supervisor of Agriculture in Towanda, Pa.
William Longstreet is a member of the music faculty of Ohio University, where he graduated two years ago.
Olive Longstreet, who has been teaching in Summit, N. J., for the past few years, resigned to attend the University of Illinois.
“Bill” Jupenlaz and his wife, who was Mabel Smith before she took Bill under her wing, have been in Alabama for the past year. Bill is connected with a consulting engineering firm in Pittsburgh.
“Ken” Hart is teaching in West New York. He and Mrs. Hart, who was Ruth Husted, were saddened by the death of their daughter recently.
Ellsworth Obourn is head of the science department of the John Burroughs Junior High School, near St. Louis, Mo.
Myra Williams is making her home in Florida. Oh my, no, she isn’t married.
Edward Bailey is in a veterans’ hospital in North Carolina.
Loren Leonard is cashier of a bank in Philadelphia.
Alice Elliott is a nurse in Middletown, New York.
Maryon Farrer is a teacher of Domestic Science at the Normal.
Martha Jaquish is the only woman doctor, or should I say physician, that has graduated from the high school.
Ella Wolcott is working in New York City.
Ellis Plank is in Florida.
Helen Wood is teaching Latin in a high school in Long Island.
Lawrence Coveney has a responsible position with the Pillsbury Flour Company.
Ruth Decker is a graduate of George Washington University.
Josephine Jaquish, Ivah Shepard, Mary Ayres and Neva Deuel are teaching in Camden, N. J. Ivah is a graduate of Syracuse University.
Harry Pruyne was killed in an accident near Hornell during the winter.
Janice Clark is a member of the music faculty of the Normal.
Gussie Jupenlaz is working in Elmira.
“Dick” Stilwell and Florence Stilwell are attending Ohio Wesleyan University.
Harold Wood is teaching in the Bliss Electrical School in Washington, D. C.
Harold Keeney graduated from Temple University and is practicing dentistry in Clearfield, Pa.
Hazel Everett and Nelson Shaw enter State College in the Fall.
Louise Goodall is Supervisor of Music at Edgewood, Pittsburgh.
Ruthadele Williamson and Margaret Williamson are studying music at the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N. Y. Margaret is singing with the Eastman Grand Opera Co.
Carolyn Nye is at Goucher College at Baltimore, Md.
Rachel Bowen is teaching in Elmira, New York.
Kenneth Kelley, Kenneth Cornwell, James Bennett, Mattie Jupenlaz, Joseph Scarfe, Edward Smith, Marion Decker, “Jut” Garrison, Wells Gould, Richard Lowe and Walter Passmore are all attending State College. “Jut”, better known as “Pop” at State, was a member of the varsity wrestling team this year. “Dick” Lowe was a member of the basketball squad and played in several varsity games. “Spots” Decker was a member of the freshmen football and basketball teams.
Mary Glenwright graduated from a college in Washington, D. C.
Gladys Brooks and Yolande Garrison are teaching in Troy, Pa.
Elizabeth Husted is a graduate of Parker Hospital in the nursing course.
Donald Baldwin resigned his position as director of music in a junior high school in Johnstown, Pa., to study music at New York University. Damon Holton is teaching in his place in Johnstown.
Fred Beach and Reed Smith are attending Syracuse University.
Raymond Bradway is working in a bank in Philadelphia.
Elizabeth Belknap, who graduated from the University of Illinois, is teaching in Coudersport.
Alice Pierce is a member of the faculty of the Meeker Business College.
J. M. Cooke is attending the School of Pharmacy of the University of Buffalo.
Clifton Harkenss is teaching in a private school, Sheffield School, in Connecticut.
Arthur Simmons is working for a mining engineering firm of Easton, Pa. He is now located at Painted Post.
Hallock Wood is attending Franklin and Marshall College at Lancaster, Pa.
Margaret Doud is teaching in Mississippi and Helen Doud is teaching in Kingston, Penna. Both are teaching music.
Harold Chamberlain is teaching in Wellsboro.
Lawrence Dyer is teaching printing in a New Jersey school.
Edson Strange, who is teaching in Westfield, Pa., will attend the University of Illinois in the fall.
Hugh Seelye is attending Meeker’s Business College.
Maurice Starkey is a Supervisor of Music in Horseheads, N.Y.
Marion and Regina Kelly are graduates of Arnot-Ogden Hospital in Elmira.
Clinton Swift is attending the University of Illinois.
Kathryn Belknap is attending the University of Illinois.
Lula Chamberlain is in training for a nurse at White Plains, N.Y.
Alice Jerald is attending the Lucy Webb Hayes Training School in Washington, D.C.
Elise Jupenlaz and Mae Lent are teaching in Liberty, Pa.
Bernita Powers is teaching this year.
Hamilton Brown is in the Navy.
George Clark is attending the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at Philadelphia.
Thresa Johns is working in Bradstreet’s office in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Walter Precit is attending Ohio Wesleyan University.
Paul Smith, better known as “Senator” is an experienced pedagogue by now; he taught at East Point this last year.
DeEtte Brace is training for a nurse at Packer Hospital in Sayre.
Lyman Champney and Carl Chamberlain are Working for the Cow Testing Association.
Charles Jupenlaz, who is manager of the Keeney Shoe Store at Elmira, N. Y., was married last fall.
There are also many of our graduates attending the school on the bill. They are making a name for themselves up there and many are planning to go on to college from there. At least half of our graduating classes take advantage of the fine school we have here in Mansfield and they are doing much to make the school better by their fine work.
We know we have omitted many, but, friends, alumni notes are not the
easiest things to get, and if you will let us know where you are, what
you are doing, we will try to do better next time.
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