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Sharpsville High School Freshman Class 1930

Sharpsville High School Freshman Class 1930

Fourth Row, extreme right: Teacher Ruth Barnhart Robins

Fifth Row, extreme right: Teacher Forrest Kinley, Sr.

Sharpsville High School, Sharpsville, PA, Freshman Class of 1930 would have graduated in 1933.

In the class (and probably in the photograph): Helen Atkinson, Prosser Atkinson, Mike Bornyasz, Charles Brannon, Thomas Brennes, Clarence Brown, Alexander Buhl, Raymond Burckart, Joseph Byerly, Mary Casey, James Cerroni, Frank Chapman, George Chuba, Rosemary Conlin, Louise Davis, Raymond Davis, Anna Deangelis, Julius Decarolis, Rocky DeJulia, Paul DeSantis, Laura Diana, Arley Donley, Helen Downey, Clara Fornelli, Mae Geig, Chester Hazen, Mildred Hickox, Keith Hunter, Vera Hutcheson, Louise Inbody, Martha Inbody, Angeline Jordan, Dorothy Kasbohn, Louise Keates, Lavina Kilgore, John Kinter, Steve Kovacs, William Krzysiek, Francis Lally, Margaret Lucas, Mike Lucas, Michael Lynden, John Marrie, Helen Mathews, Charles Mattocks, Margaret McElroy, Eva Dale McLean, Irene McMurray, Joseph McNally, Doris McVickers, Tony Michalyk, Chauncey Miller, Ronald Minnick, Nina Palazzo, George Pavlick, Henry Perfillo, Raymond Piccirilli, Irene Reardon, William Resley, John Roberts, Joseph Sabella, Alice Saunders, Steve Semperger, Mabel Shaffer, Marian Smith, Jess Soliday, Edward Stanton, Kathryn Stanton, Ruth Stull, Esther Tokash, Burnell Vath, Helen Welucky, Rosie Wheeler, Harry Williams Jr., Paul Williams

Teacher Ruth Barnhart Robins was married to Charles Egbert Robins, who later became principal of Sharpsville High School.

Teacher Forrest Lynn Kinley, Sr. was born 6 Jun 1898 in Aroyo, Elk County, PA (a ghost town since 1900). He graduated from Grove City College with a B. S. in Chemical Engineering in June 1924. He taught school in Elk County, PA; and then Chemistry and Physics at Sharpsville High School from 1929-1932. He accepted the position of Principal at the Ridgway Junior High School, and began teaching there in Sept 1932. He retired in 1963.

His wife, Margaret Ina Dodge Kinley also taught in the Sharpsville School System.

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