Haycock School Applebachsville PA 1928-1929

Picture donated by Margaret A. Schmell Sigmans (Mrs. Albert Sigmans) of Pleasant Valley.

She is in 1st grade seen wearing a sweater in front of 4th window on right.
Tall boy with white shirt believe was Slifer, next to him with knickers Howard Kressler died recently, buried in cemetery Springtown.
Think Webster Singer also went to school.
Some were “Surmans”. “Fricks” Mildred, Edgar Helen. Evelyn Block, brother Francis. Sarah Kepner, brother. Kiniuks girls, brother. Mendics girls, brother.
Believe teacher was Mrs. Bauman, can’t remember for sure. We lived next to church. My mother would walk me to school. Note: My father also attended this school.
In 1930, Stephen and Annie Mandic and children Helen 9, Nick 8, and Annie 6 lived on Applebachsville Road.
As did Walorslaw and Pearl Kenniuk and children Mary 16, Mike 14, John 10, Annie 9, and Elizabeth 5.
On Pullen Station Road lived Joseph and Mary Surman and children Joseph 13, Mary 11, William 9, and Walter 7.
Edward and Flora Slifer and children Joseph 14 and William 12.
Joseph and Pearl Frick and children Mildred 7 and Edgar 5.
Herbert and Meda Kressler and children Nina 18, Herbert H. 17, Florence 15, Howard L. 14, and Montford 10.



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