Bob Smith

AncientFaces Member since May 03, 2015

About: Wellston

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Baby Shower in Wellston Ohio
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Baby Shower n 1946, Wellston Ohio.
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Another picture of a BabyShower.
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A couple baby shower in 1946. All the information available. Welcome any identifications.
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Joe Saltsman, local barber, with pistol in hand.
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Dr. J.O Hawkins George George Dr. G.W. Rader Mrs. Kate Thomas E.H. Willis
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In 1923, Miss Anna Mae Burke was stenographer to the Superintendent. She then went on to be an English teacher in the Wellston City Schools. She married Delbert Bellomy.
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JUNIORS Class Motto---We lead, others follow. Class Colors--Rose and Gray Class Flowers-Red Rose Buds President.............Ralph Baumgartner VicePresident......Wendell Willis Secretary...................Ruth Rice Treasurer...............Paul Harris Members of the class were as follows: Carmen Ablele, Cressie Angel, Addie Baker, Dorothy Brady, Margaret Burke, Florence Burley,Ruth Campbell, Geneva Davis,PaulineDeckard, Ruth Daughtery, Audrey Fennel, Ethel Fink, Ellen Gee, Magdline Greenwood, Vera Grady, Gladys Grooms,Lola Hamer,Muriel Harrison, Audrey Lambert, Mildred Lanz, Thelma Lewis, Ada Morgan, Lillian Moore, Lauretta Melvin, Pauline Neary, Wilma Norris, Murna Patton. Ruth Pope, Edna Reed, Mildred Rhodes, Ruth Rice, Eliz Smith, Ardith Smith, Ruth Thompson, Emily Wickline, Marcella Wms., Maude Wills Thelm Woltz, Flo Walburn, Emmadale Woodruff, Ralph Baumgartner, Don Bell,Herb Collard, Paul Harris, Ray Hewell, Denver Lewis, Gerald McCormick, Dale Patrick, John Rice, Robert Sellars, Charles Smith, Ray Welsh, Wendell Willis, Cranston James.
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Bob Smith The spelling of the name is McManaway It does not have 2 n's The store name was Mack Bros. Grocery and Bakery. This was located at 101 East "A" Street, Wellston, Oh. Jackson Co. The Baker was Raymond McManaway my father, his brothers was in the front of the store they was Ralph, Raymonds twin and Kermit McManaway. The above correction should include the conjugation of the verb was: they were Ralph, Raymond's twin and Kermit McManaway.
Dec 02, 2004 · posted to the photo Bank Lot