Keeping up with past and present happenings in a remarkable small town.
My sister Marilou bottom left side.
I think I recognize Miss Emily Shanor (4th from the left in the front row). I had her for English in the 7th grade in Junior HIgh.
I still remember Miss Shanor at the Butler Junior High....Her room was across from the band room and she made you stand when you gave an answer in her class.
I had her as well in 1963-64. I also remember my mom talking about her teaching at Lyndora.
Was in first grade in 1954. I think that is the principal (Mr. Shrecker??) to our left of Miss Shanor.Contrary to rumor, he did not have a "paddle machine".I was called to the office on a routine matter and thought I was going to face the machine. I started crying. This kind principal comforted me and assured me the machine was an invention of the older students !!
Frank Komitsky should receive five gold stars for finding this treasure.I especially like the grinning Mike Pawk in the last row as well as the flashy dress that Patty Gallagher (Right Front row) is wearing. Those 1950s where Happy Days indeed. Cheers from the planet Earth
It looks like Miss Shanor (she went to my church). I believe the principal is Wallace Kerr. He was there when I attended school there in 1965-1967.
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