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1960 view of Mansfield High School. Front section , formerly the gym - converted to auditorium, was built about 1927 attached to the old Brick School. In 1939, the Brick School was torn down and the new school built surrounding the central gym. The 1939 section  on left became the Junior High School in the fall of 1959, and the High School is the new part on the right.
1968 Yearbook Photo
From the 1981 Manscript - Yearbook of Mansfield High School.
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Surname First Name Year Spouse
Alexander Marie 1981  
Andrews Pam 1981  
Agustine Tom 1981  
Bailey Julie 1981  
Barnes Ray 1981  
Barr Jeff 1981  
Barr Tim 1981  
Bohart Dan 1981  
Bolt Chris 1981  
Born Michael 1981  
Bower Mark 1981  
Bowers Ted 1981  
Brewer Glenda 1981  
Button Tammy 1981  
Calkins Susan 1981  
Campbell Dwane 1981  
Carey Connie 1981  
Case Mark 1981  
Chilson Jean 1981  
Colegrove Terry 1981  
Copp Francis 1981  
Cress Jerre 1981  
Crippen Michael 1981  
Cross Rose 1981  
Dewalt Wanda 1981  
Dewitt Andy 1981  
Dinan Patricia 1981  
Doughty Sheila 1981  
Dyke Cindy 1981  
Egerton Mindy 1981  
Fish Jeff 1981  
Forrest Debbie 1981  
Frank Danny 1981  
Fritz Gary 1981  
Garvelli Cindy 1981  
Geiger Jim 1981  
Hamilton Sandy 1981  
Harris Nyanna 1981 Wilcox
Harvey Joe 1981  
Heil Tom 1981  
Horton Terry Jo 1981  
Hoyles Bob 1981  
Jeffers Judy 1981  
Jenkins Jamie 1981  
Johnson Lynn 1981  
Johnson Stacy 1981  
Jones Sue 1981  
Kent Jim 1981  
Kephart Gary 1981  
Kjelgaard Clifton 1981  
Knowlton Lonny 1981  
Kocher Stephanie 1981  
Lefelhoc Judy 1981  
Lichty Annette 1981  
Makely Andy 1981  
Marble Cathy 1981  
Martin Guy 1981  
Mase Rene 1981  
Miller Mary 1981  
Mitchell Ken 1981  
Morgan Tami 1981  
Mudge Kim 1981  
Nowak Sharlene 1981  
O'Neil Patti 1981  
Pagan Jose 1981  
Payne Todd 1981  
Peake Ellise 1981  
Powlison Dave 1981  
Putnam Terry 1981  
Putt Deb 1981  
Robbins Jennifer 1981  
Sabo Lisa 1981  
Santai Davi 1981  
Sargent Darlene 1981  
Saveson Cathy 1981  
Schanbacher Jackie 1981  
Schmidt Kathy 1981  
Seymour  Alan 1981  
Smith Lori 1981  
Snyder Daniel 1981  
Snyder Gaye 1981  
Sterling Daryl 1981  
Strange Thomas 1981  
Tesman Louise 1981  
Tice Todd 1981   09923 1963-1992 Gray Valley Cemetery
Trantham Brian 1981  
Walker Amy 1981  
Walker Amy E. 1981  
Welch Doug 1981  
Wilkins Victoria 1981  
Wivell Tim 1981  
Wood Randy 1981  
Normal Abby 1981  
Todd D. Tice
MAINESBURG - Todd D. Tice, 28, of Mainesburg RD 1, died Friday, July 31, 1992. He was a dairy farmer. Born Oct. 11, 1963, in Bloss-burg, he was a son of Harold and Shirley Willson Tice. Surviving, besides his parents, are a daughter, Brandie Catherine Tice, of Gardner, Mass.; a sister, Karen Tice, of Townsend, Mass.; three brothers, Jeffrey, of Rochester, N.Y., and Thomas and Stephen, both of this community; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Florence Tice, of this community, and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Eva Clarkson, of Covington. The funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at New Covenant Church, 810 Extension Street, Mansfield, with the Rev. Doug-las B. Wiley, church pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Grey Valley Cemetery, here. There will be no visitation.
The History Center on Main Street, 83 N. Main Street, Mansfield PA 16933
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Published On Tri-Counties Site On 09 January 2009
By Joyce M. Tice.
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