Share our heritage: 1950 Miles Township School Grade 3

Share our heritage | 1950 Miles Township School Grade 3

November 11, 2013 

This is the 1950 Miles Township School third-grade class.

VONNIE HENNINGER — Photo provided

Each Monday, the Centre Daily Times will publish an installment in our “Share our Heritage” series, featuring photos from Centre County’s past. Today’s photo is from Evonne “Vonnie” Henninger, of Rebersburg.

This is a photo of the 1950 Grade 3 class at Miles Township School. Bernice Mann was the teacher.

First row, from left: Tom Gilmore, Gene Hironimus Albright, Loretta Brungart Hockenberry, Gladys Barner, Judy Bowersox Swartz, Flo Guisewite Miller, Randall Hettinger, Bernard Reider and Kenneth Hartman.

Second row, from left: Ed Weber, Ronald Eisenhart, Nevin Zerby, Evonne Esterline Henninger, Shirley Grove Jeffries, Yvonne Weaver Stitzer, Russell Bailey and Robert Snare.

Third row, from left: Teacher Bernice Mann, Anna Grenoble Maddox, Eugene Day, Robert Biddle, Larry Homan, Willard Burd and Clyde Long.

Fourth row, from left: Lynn Mensch, Marlene Guisewite Kennedy, Margaret Baylor, Viola Tice, Larry Brungart and Wanda Wilcox Bowersox.

Fifth row, from left: Herbert DeArmitt, James Beyers, John Schade, Carol Stover Slack and Cleo Smith Matter.

Readers can contribute to the “Share our Heritage” series by sharing their own photos. Just drop off or mail copies of the photos to Centre Daily Times, 3400 E. College Ave., State College, PA 16801 or email them to cdtphoto@centredaily.com or directly to Photo Editor Laurie Jones at ljones2@centredaily.com. Provide as much information as you can. All photos in the weekly series are placed in a “Share our Heritage” gallery at CentreDaily.com. If you have any questions about this series, Jones can be reached at 231-6461.

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