|Mansfield PA and Richmond Township in Tioga County PA|
|In the lower picture the school is pictured in 1928 with the old Brick School that had been the high school and the gym addition.. The picture at left shows the old school in the right background with the new gym addition in front. The old school was eventually torn down. In its place now stands the larger part of the present High School. The gym addition remains as the auditorium.|
Mansfield High School Graduates
This information was taken from the 1938 school year book. Joyce M.
Tice has added supplemental information.
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|SURNAME||FIRST NAME||YEAR||ADDRESS in 1938||OCCUPATION||SPOUSE NAME||SRGP||Years||Cemetery|
|BENNETT||Frederick||1927||Mansfield, Pa.||Vivian Phelps|
|BLACK||Edythe Marie||1927||Hardtswald, Vallemont, Williamsport, Pa.||Hardt|
|BLY||Lauren E.||1927||Monteroy, NY|
|BRACE||Kenneth M.||1927||Mansfield, Pa.||Mary Michael||20529||1908-1975||Prospect Cemetery|
|BRODRICK||Merrill S.||1927||R D 3, Mansfield, Pa.||Renabel Smith
|CHAMPNEY||Josephine||1927||Westfield, Pa.||Elwood Kinsman|
|CLEMONS||Irene||1927||Blossburg, Pa.||Bradford Connelly|
|CLEVELAND||Lebert E.||1927||Mansfield, Pa.||82699||1908-1989||Prospect Cemetery|
|CRANMER||Malcolm||1927||Mansfield, Pa.||Nurseryman||85466||1909-1984||Prospect Cemetery|
|DAVIS||Florence||1927||Waverly, NY||Clarence VanHorn|
|DOUGHTON||Margaret||1927||264 W. Dudley Ave., Westfield, NJ|
|EIGHMEY||Carol J.||1927||Attica, NY||Claude Taber|
|FRENCH||Amy J.||1927||109 Verona St., Elmira Heights, NY||Fred Sheeder|
|GOULD||Alfred||1927||Mansfield, Pa.||[Aldine Rathbun]||13703||1909-1991||Watson Cemetery|
|HAGAR||Julia L.||1927||Mansfield, Pa.||Sam Frost, Jerzak||35877||1910-|
|HAGER||Genevieve P.||1927||Mansfield, Pa.||Harland Sherman||27725||1910-2002||Oakwood Cemetery|
|HARER||Blanche E.||1927||Covington, Pa.||Myron Elliot||MSTC 1929|
|HENDRICKS||George||1927||47 Cumberland Rd., Lamoyne, Pa.||Teacher||Leah Connelly||3603||1910-1976||State Road Cemetery|
|HENDRICKS||William||Photo included -not alumni on list. Graduated 1929||Jennie Cox, Hilda Barden||3602||1908-1980||State Road Cemetery|
|JELLIFF||Dora Mae||1927||Covington, Pa.||Harold Forrest||85123||MSTC 1929||1907-1989||Oakwood|
|JENKINS||Clifford D.||1927||Morris, Pa.|
|JONES||Helen G.||1927||Canton, Pa.||John Swingle|
|KELLEY||Erma||1927||1 Stewart Ave., Winchester, Va||John Handley School||35863||1909-1972|
|LONGWELL||Stanley L.||1927||Rutland, Pa.|
|MASON||R. Louise||1927||R D 2, Covington, Pa.||Morris Wilcox||81452||1907-1989||Gray Cemetery|
|McCONNELL||Mary L.||1927||Willis Ave., Johnson City, NY||Charles Bradshaw||83253|
|REYNOLDS||Hazel||1927||R D 2, Mansfield, Pa.||Donald Straw||05499||1909-1990||Watson Cemetery|
|ROSE||Dorothea||1927||Mansfield, Pa.||Richard Knowlton||19368||1909-2005||Prospect Cemetery|
|SCHANBACHER||Winifred A.||1927||Liberty, Pa.||Lawrence Black||83518||1910-1975||Salem Lutheran|
|SHAW||Daryl W.||1927||Hop Bottom, Pa.||H. S. Principal||20497||1912-1992|
|SHERMAN||Harland L.||1927||Mansfield, Pa.||[Genevieve Hagar]||27726||1910-1991||Oakwood Cemetery|
|SMITH||Dorothy S.||1927||1641 Cleveland Ave., Niagara Falls, NY||00581||1907-1987||Lawrence Corners|
|SMITH||Myra M.||1927||Troy, Pa.||Fred French||55405|
|SMITH||Renabel||1927||Deceased||Merrill Brodrick||83310||MSTC 1930||-1938||Prospect Cemetery|
|Squires||Bert Maxwell||1927||Marian Shaw, Margaret Jenkins||14786||1907-1975||Gray Valley|
|WATKINS||Harold L.||1927||69 West Ave., Wellsboro, Pa.||Works Glass Factory|
|WILSON||Richard L.||1927||Yeadon, Pa.||Teacher|
|YORK||Ralph||1927||R D 2, Troy, Pa.||Farmer||Idella Ashley||06710||1906-1998||Gray Valley|
Not incl. in 1938 listing
|Fred Bennett||Edythe Black||William Blanchard|
|Lauren Bly||Kenneth M. Brace
Wellsboro Gazette, December 13, 1973
Kenneth Brace in 1974 Edition of Outstanding Educators
Kenneth Brace of Mann St., Mansfield, has been notified that he will be included in the 1974 edition of “Outstanding Educators of America” which will be published sometime this month. Mr. Brace was commended for the selection as one of those educators whose service and achievement has marked them as outstanding in their profession. This edition is the first in which Elementary and Secondary Educators will appear with teachers in Higher Education and with Administrators. Mr. Brace, who retired on September 15, 1973, was a Driver Education teacher for VOCES of the Board of Education Services of Allegheny County, NY. He was president of the county Teachers Association for two years and was a member of the New York State Education, the National Education Ass’n, and the New York State Driver Education Ass’n. Locally, Mr. Brace was a teacher of history at Blossburg, and was the first Driver Education teacher there, having organized the program. He is a past Commander of the Austin-Cox Post, American Legion and of the 16th District. One of the honors of which Mr. Brace is very proud is an outstanding Teacher plaque presented to him by the Senior Class at Alfred-Almond High School. This is the first time such a plaque was ever presented. It reads “We thank you for your never ending patience and kindness.” Mr. Brace and his wife, Mary, have three children and 4 grandchildren.
Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield
BRACE - Kenneth M[erril] Brace, age 66, of 50 Mann St., Mansfield, died early Saturday, March 1, 1975 at Arnot Ogden Hospital. Arrangements were by the Kuhl Funeral Home, Mansfield. Recitation of the Rosary was at the funeral home Monday evening at 8:45 p.m. Mass for the Dead was conducted by Fr. Allan Conlan at the Holy Child Catholic Church, Mansfield, Tuesday. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. He is survived by his wife, Mary Michael Brace; two sons, John Michael Brace of Andover, NY and Capt. Thomas H. Brace of Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota; one daughter, Mrs. John [Jean] Smyth of Owego, NY; four grandchildren; one step-sister, Mrs. Robert [Gari] Johanningmeir of St. Louis, Mo. He was a member of the Hold Child Catholic Church, Mansfield. Mr. Brace was a retired teacher on the board of co-operative educational services, Allegany County, NY; Air Force veteran of World War II. He served in the European Theatre of operations. He was a past commander of American Legion Post No. 478, Mansfield; past 16th district commander of Pennsylvania American Legion; formerly active in the development of the Little League Baseball program of Mansfield; graduate of Mansfield State College and Penna. State University. He served as president of the Tioga County Alumni group of Mansfield State College. He was cited in Outstanding Education in America, 1973. He has been a recipient of several outstanding teacher awards from students in the Alfred-Almond Schools of New York. He was born Sept. 15, 1908 in Rochester, NY, the son of Harry and Pearl Henderson Brace. He was employed by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Assistance at the Wellsboro Office, for a number of years. - Wellsboro Gazette, March 6, 1975
MERRILL S. BRODERICK (SRGP 34765)
Merrill S. Broderick, 91, of Mansfield died Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2001, at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro. Born Oct. 2, 1910, in Mansfield, he was the son of Robert and Kate Cudworth Broderick. He was a farmer and businessman, and retired from the Pennsylvania State Department of Agriculture. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Mansfield, the Bradford-Tioga Jersey Cattle Club, the PA Jersey Cattle Club and the Dairy Shrine Club. He had been inducted into the Tioga County Sports Hall of Fame, and was a member of the Mansfield Coffee Club. Surviving are his wife of 61 years, the former Flora English; two sons and daughter-in-law, Robert of San Diego, Calif., and James and Cheryl of Germantown, Md.; two daughters and sons-in-law, Marjorie and Harley Rex of Huntsville, Texas, and Kathryn and Bing Broderick-Hughes of Mansfield; five grandchildren, Donald and David Rex, Cindy Carlow, John and Thomas Broderick; two great-grandchildren, Travis and Jaclyn Rex. Friends are invited to call at the Wilston Funeral Home, 18 N. Main St., Mansfield, on Friday, Dec. 21, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 22, from noon to 1 p.m. Funeral services will follow there Saturday, Dec. 22, at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Rudolph van der Hiel officiating. Burial will be made at Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. Family will provide the flowers. Memorial donations may be made to the Mansfield Ambulance Association, South Main Street, Mansfield, Pa.; or the First United Methodist Church of Mansfield, 67 E. Wellsboro Street, Mansfield, Pa. 16933.
|Irene Clemons||Lebert Cleveland
|Darwin Cranmer||Malcolm Cranmer|
CRANMER - Malcolm L. Cranmer, [SRGP 85466] 75, of 55 Morris Ave., Mansfield died at 10:25 a.m. Friday, April 27, 1984 in Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre. Born March 13, 1909 in Mansfield, he was a son of Thomas and Lena Bull Cranmer. Mr. Cranmer was a member of the First Baptist Church where he had also been employed as a custodian and had served as a former church trustee. Mr. Cranmer was an employee at Ingersoll-Rand in Painted Post for 32 years, and retired in 1974. He also worked as a landscape architect for Thompson Nurseries in Mansfield. He was active in the local Boy Scout organizations and was the holder of the Silver Beaver award and was secretary-treasurer of the Prospect Cemetery Association at Mansfield. He had been a member of the Mansfield Hose Co. since 1946 and served as the company’s secretary-treasurer for nearly 30 years. His wife, the former Mary Beach, died last year. Surviving are: one son, Byron E. Cranmer of Painted Post, NY; two grandchildren; brother, Darwin Cranmer of Blossburg and several nieces and nephews. Friends were invited to call at the Scureman Funeral Home, Mansfield from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, April 30, 1984. The funeral was held at the First Baptist Church, Mansfield on Tuesday, May 1, 1984 at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Benjamin E. Nevin his pastor, officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. - Wellsboro Gazette, 2 May 1984
|Florence Davis||Margaret Doughton||Carol Eighmey||Amy French|
|Julia Hagar||Genevieve Hagar
HAGAR - SHERMAN
Genevieve P. (Hager) Age 91, of Williamsport, PA, formerly of Mansfield, PA, died on Monday, January 28, 2002 at ManorCare North, Williamsport, PA. She was born on July 11, 1910 in Horseheads, NY, the daughter of the late Charles and Eva (Osgood) Hager. Genevieve was a school teacher in Covington and Blossburg, retiring in 1972. She was a member of the Mansfield First United Methodist Church. Genevieve is survived by her sons, William J. Sherman of Montgomery, PA, and Richard R. Sherman of Montoursville, PA; daughter, Yavonne Conrad of Montoursville, PA; 6 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; brother, Raymond Hager of Labina, NY. She is predeceased by her husband, Harland Sherman; brothers, Theodore, Neil, and Homer Hager. A graveside service will be held at Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield, PA, [Error - should be Oakwood] on Friday, February 1, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. Arrangements are under the direction of Scureman Funeral Home, Inc., 130 S. Main Street, Mansfield, PA.
Ruth Salina Inscho was born in Canoe Camp, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania on November 5, 1898, the youngest of seven children born to William Wallace Inscho and his wife Katherine Dorothea Fuller. Katherine suffered a debilitating stroke and Ruth put her schooling on hold while she cared for her mother for ten years. This explains why she was 28 years old when she graduated from Mansfield High School with the class of 1927. On September, 1928 Ruth entered Taylor University in Upland, Indiana and attended classes for three semesters. She finished her education and received a degree as a social worker at the Baptist Institute For Christian Workers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1932,
George Duncan Wohlschlegel was born and raised in Naples, Ontario Co., New York. After graduation from high school he enrolled at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana where he majored in Greek and Hebrew and studied for the ministry. Newspaper clippings from the Wellsboro Agitator show that in 1927 & 1929 he was the minister of a church in Little Marsh in Tioga County. For whatever reason, he gave up the ministry and eventually went to work in the Social Services office.
On August 12, 1933, Ruth Salina Inscho and George Duncan Wohlschlegel were married by Rev. David Griffith in Mansfield, Pennsylvania. The marriage record indicates that George was a student, probably at the local college, and Ruth was employed as a social worker. A 1932 newspaper clipping states that she was a social worker in the Northern Tier Children’s Home at Harrison Valley.
Duncan & Ruth Wohlschlegel had two children, both born while they resided in Wellsboro. In 1936 Eleanor Jane was born and Edward John was born in 1939. In 1944 they were divorced. Ruth & the children lived in Wellsboro, Mansfield & Canoe Camp and finally in 1948 they moved away. Eventually they went to San Jacinto, California and lived with Bertha Inscho, widow of Ruth’s brother, Thomas. Ruth Inscho Wohlschlegel died on January 11, 1975 in Santa Clara County, California. Her legacy is the beautiful poetry that she wrote over many years.
Jane Wohlschlegel Webb
Fort Bragg, CA
|Clifford Jenkins||Helen Jones||Erma Kelley
|Mary McConnell||Elva Nyenhuis||Hazel Reynolds
REYNOLDS - HAZEL S. STRAW (SRGP 5499)
Hazel S. Straw, 81, of Mansfield, PA died Sunday, September 16, 1990 at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro, PA. Mrs. Straw was born October 18, 1909 in Rutland Township, the daughter of Leon and Edna Wild Reynolds. She was a member of the Roseville United Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, Donald; children, Wayne Straw of Ithaca, NY and Linda Dunkleberger of Mansfield; brother, Cecil Reynolds of Mainesburg, PA; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Wilston Funeral Home in Mansfield on September 19 (11 am) with the Robert Stump officiating and burial to be in Watson Cemetery, Roseville. Memorial contributions in her name may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Roseville United Methodist Church. (TGR, Thursday, September 20, 1990)
SCHANBACHER - FUNERAL SET FOR LIBERTY COUPLE – Services will be held in Liberty on Thursday for Lawrence E. (Tony) Black, 73, and his wife, Winifred A. Black, 64, who died of carbon Monoxide poisoning at their Liberty home Monday evening, Jan, 20, 1975. Mr. Black was the president of B&D Transfer Co., Liberty, Pa.The couple are survived by a son, James L., of Liberty, three daughters, Mrs. Linda Maneval, of Williamsport, Mrs. Judith Pivenche, of Vestal, N.Y., and Mrs. Jan Pequinot, of Liberty, and 13 grandchildren.Mr. Black was born Jan. 10, 1902, in Liberty, a son of Robert H. and Jennie Elizabeth Brion Black.He is also survived by four brothers, Maynard, of Chattanooga Tenn., Jerry and Ernest, both of Big Flats, N.Y., and Robert, of Liberty, and two sisters, Mrs. Emma Gray, of Pine City, N.Y., and Mrs. Edith Tonkin, of Williamsport, Pa.Mrs. Black was born on June 30, 1910, in East Point, near Liberty, she was a daughter of Orville and Martha Rouser Schanbacher.Also surviving are her step-mother, Mrs. Jennie B. Schanbacher, of Mansfield; three brothers, Harold Schanbacher, of Liberty, and Chester and Gerald Schanbacher, both of Mansfield, and three sisters, Mrs. Genevieve Stone, of Columbia, S.C., Mrs. Joyce Gilbert, of Mount Carmel, Conn., and Mrs. Pauline Bradshaw, of Mansfield.Burial will be in Salem-St Paul Cemetery.
SHAW - Daryl Winston Shaw, 80, of Silver Spring, MD, died Wednesday, Nov. 11, 1992, of cancer at his home. A native of Mansfield, he was a graduate of Mansfield State College. He received a masters degree from Duke University and doctorate from George Washington University. Before moving to Montgomery County in 1939, he worked in Pennsylvania schools in Bradford and Susquehanna counties. After moving, he served as principal at several schools. He served in the Navy during World War II. His marriage to Dora Patton Shaw ended in divorce. Two sons of that marriage preceded him in death, Richard Shaw and David Shaw. Survivors include his wife, Betty Allnutt Whitmore Shaw of Silver Spring; one daughter, Patricia Walsh of Memphis and Naples, Fla.; seven brothers, Richard Shaw of Dallas, Robert and Harold Shaw, both of Mansfield, Earl Shaw of Damascus, Gayle Shaw of Elmira, NY. Leland Shaw of Fort Wayne, Ind., and Byron Shaw of Painted Post, NY; three sisters, Berta Vaughan of Danville, Marilyn Lee of Bolivar, NY, and Alice Scott of Phoenix, Ariz.; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. - Wellsboro Agitator, November 25, 1992
SHERMAN - Harland L. Sherman, 81, of 241 South Academy Street, Mansfield, died Monday, May 13, 1991 at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro. Born May 5, 1910 in Mansfield, he was the son of Harry and Estella Walker Sherman. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Mansfield. He was employed for 34 years as a case worker by the PA Department of Public Assistance, retiring in 1972. Surviving are his wife of 61 years, Genevieve Hagar Sherman, two sons and daughters-in-law, William and Sally Sherman of Montgomery, Richard and Doris Sherman of Montoursville; one daughter and son-in-law, Yvonne and John Conrad of Montoursville; six grandchildren; one great granddaughter and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Scureman Funeral Home in Mansfield on Wednesday, May 15, from 7-9 p.m. the funeral service will be held there on Thursday, May 16 at 10:30 a.m. with the Rev. Norman Evans officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Mansfield. - Wellsboro, May 15, 1991
|Myra Smith||Renabel Smith
SMITH, Renabel - Mrs. Merrill Brodrick, 28, died at the
Arnot Ogden Hospital on January 28 , after a severe illness which
lasted several weeks. Before her marriage, Mrs. Brodrick was Renabel Smith,
only daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Smith of 111 St. James Street. She
married Merrill Brodrick on Feb. 5, 1933. She was graduated with honors
from both the high school in 1927 and from the Mansfield State Teachers
College in 1930. She was an outstanding basketball star while in high school
and a basketball coach of unusual ability during her teaching period at
the high school. She taught school for four years in the Mansfield Senior
High School and was an extraordinarily successful teacher because she was
loved and respected by her pupils. Mrs. Brodrick was an active and enthusiastic
member of the Methodist Church and of the Utopian Literary Club. Her membership
in any organization meant a definite and forceful interest on her part.
Any task which was assigned to her was done thoroughly, competently and
willingly. For this she was noted. She had the unusual ability of excelling
in any duty which she performed. She is survived by her husband, two children,
Marjory Jean and Robert Merrill; and her parents. A prayer service was
held at the home of her parents Monday at 2:30 p.m. after which a service
was held at the Methodist Church. The Rev. Charles H. Ouderkirk of the
Mansfield Methodist Church officiated. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery.
|Harold Watkins||Richard Wilson||Ralph Milton York
Mansfield H.S Seniors Leave for Washington
Forty-Four Graduates in Class of ’27 – Other News From That Vicinity
Mansfield, June 8th. The High School graduating class left Monday on their Washington trip. They expect to have the time of their lives.
Mr. And Mrs. H.A. Davis, of Rochester, were over Sunday guests of Mrs. Charles Burk.
Assist. Supt. Of Schools E.E. Marvin and daughter, Miss Tenn, were calling on Mansfield people Saturday evening.
Allen Doughton, son of Dr. Doughton, of the Teachers’ College, has become assistant in the Bates Pharmacy in this place.
The Commencement exercises of the Mansfield-Richmond High School were held Friday evening in the Presbyterian church. Rev. D.J. Griffith made the prayer, Mrs. Helen Wilson presided at the organ. Recitations, songs and orations were rendered by Amy French, Hazel Reynolds, Renabel Smith, Elva Nyenhuis, Daryl Shaw, Josephine Champney, Raymond Austin, Dorothy Smith, Ruth Inscho, Erma Kelly, Clifford Jenkins, Margaret Doughton. Prof. Longstreet presented the diplomas. There were 44 graduates. The Class Day exercises were given Wednesday afternoon in the same place, the banquet on Wednesday evening, and the class play, entitled "Adam and Eva," was given in Alumni Hall on Friday evening.
1927 Mansfield High School Yearbook
We, of the Alumni, looking back to our senior days, well recall the writing of orations, prophecies, wills and the innumerable tasks attendant in the dispatch of them. We gracefully blush as we recall the flattering pinnacles on which we placed one another in our prophecies. Never has a class passed through these portals of learning but that one of its members was to be entrusted with the Presidency of the United States at some future date. A few more years of seasoning and we may begin to expect results. These notes do not, therefore, record the illustrious rise of an Alumnus or Alumnae to the exalted position of prophet. The Alumni is a substantial group of common people striving merely to attain that “Golden Mean” of the ancient Greeks.
Joe “Dutch” Bedenk will take up his duties as head coach of football at the University of Florida this September.
Joseph Panepinto and Philip Datillo are attending State College. According to all reports they have been model frosh.
Olive Longstreet, Marian Decker and Edson Strange are studying at the University of Illinois.
Reed Smith is studying engineering and softly crooning little ditties
“I know the engino;
I know what makes it go.
How in the world did I find that out?
The Dean told me so!”
Hallock Wood finishes at Franklin and Marshall this year.
A large number of our recently made Alumni are registered at the Normal. It is very gratifying to see them carrying off so many honors in the various fields of activity on the Hill. Sarah Bates is Salutatorian of this year’s class. Donald Benson, President of the Freshman Class, has put in a busy and profitable year organizing the activities of the class and getting things in general on the Hill under control. Earl, “Fat,” Mudge was elected next season’s captain of football by his team mates. Francis Kelly was captain of the basketball team this last season and Paul Miller is the captain-elect of next year’s ball cagers for the Red and Black. Other members of the Alumni have taken part in dramatics and social activities throughout the year.
Each year gives rise to a new group of gluttons for punishment, sacrifices on the altar of humanity. Those receiving awards this season are Mae Lent, Margaret Webster, Margaret Williamson, Doris Ingalls, Richard “Dick” Stilwell, Janice Clark, Marie Kiley, Ruth Blair, Gladys Warters, and Gordon Warters. Married.
Prof. Passmore has finished his course at State College and is teaching at Altoona.
Mary Ayres, Velma Curtis and Neva Deuel are teaching in New Jersey.
Carl Chamberlain, Richard Knowlton, Ward McConnell and Lyman Champney are milk testers.
Paul Gardner is teaching at East McKeesport, and attending the University of Pennsylvania.
Alice Jeralds is teaching in Porto Rico.
Hugh Seelye is clerking in the First National Bank.
Kenneth Cornwell has completed his work at State College and is teaching in Williamsport.
Hamilton Brown is with the U. S. Marines in China.
Arline Hitchcock is teaching in Elmira.
Richard “Dick” Lowe is selling Invest Bonds for Rollins & Co.
Howard Goodall is second assistant barber at McConnell’s Barber Shop. Howard is next in line for advancement as visiting barber into the inner recesses of the Beauty Shoppe.
Donald Baldwin is teaching music in Norristown. Donald has a fine high school orchestra.
Ray Smith is situated in Baytown, Texas. Ray is one of the leading bankers of the city.
George Curran is an expert horseman with the Third Cavalry, Fort Myers, Virginia.
Code Smith is working for a wholesale drug company at Pittsburgh.
Edward Bailey is getting on fine at Castle Point, New York.
Howard “Duke” Obourn has gone out of business and expects to attend college next year.
Others of the Alumni whom we have missed are gone, but not forgotten.
We have herewith published notes concerning all from whom we have heard
this year. The editor of last year’s notes suggested the members
of the association drop a card during the year to the Manscript Board,
so that the Alumni Editor might have a snap of it in writing up this department.
I have an amendment to offer to that very suggestion. It would be
fine for next year’s Alumni Editor to send each member of the Alumni an
addressed postal card.