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Helvetia School Second and Third Graders 1940-41

Helvetia School Second and Third Graders 1940-41

Helvetia was a coal mining town in Clearfield County, Pa. There is very little left of the town anymore.

Teacher, Mrs. Johnston was also my teacher in grade school

First row, left to right: Aljoe Sullin, Howard Reasinger, Casimer Stanchios, Ed Kengersky, Bill Renwick, Don Raybuck, Joe Clinchoc, Bernard Vilkinofsky, Carl Haag, Howard Frantz

Second row: John Kranick, Norma Haag, LaVerne Barabas, Alberta Barabas, Eddie Yambor, Eugene Vilkinofsky, Don Hoare, Jim Schock, _____ Kuntz, Mike Kropinack

Back row: unknown, Lois Gould, Ellen Yamrick, Bernice Barnosky, Olga Dienes, Lois Leach, Shirley Malloy, Betty Bell, Beverly Poida, and teacher Mrs. Johnston.

Do you recognize anyone? Please let me know.

Thanks to Doris Andrulonis and Dolores Sullin for their help in identifying the children.

Submitted by Carol J. Laughlin, daughter of Howard Frantz

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My father's family came from Helvatia, PA. He was Michael Charles Yamrick. His mother's name was Margaret. They moved to Euclid, ohio back then. If you have more information or if we could possibly provide more information, please let us know.

Sincerely

Terry Yamrick

Yamricks

Hi. I know that there are some Yamricks still in the Sykesville area. I would suspect that they are related to you. What information are you looking for? Do you have any pictures of Helvetia?

Helvetia, Pa

I ran across a post card from Helvetia, pa from 1911. It is signed "Ashleys" and is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Chas Torbrush, Walston, Jefferson, PA (?) It just has a picture of a flower on the front and says, "greetings from Helvetia, PA" . If anyone is interested in it, I'll mail it to ya. I love old stuff.

Helvetia

If you don't want the post card I would love to have it!
Carol Laughlin
198 Country View
DuBois, PA 15801
I am looking for any pictures or memorabilia from Helvetia, PA.
Thanks!

Stanchios

I was wondering if you had any information on the Stanchios family. My mother's father was Cashmier's brother, Joseph Stanchus. They have spelled their last name a few different ways I noticed. Stanchus, Stanek, Stansus, and now Stanchios. My great grand father was August Stanchus or his nick name was Jake. I can't find anything on August Stanchus their father. All I know is he worked in the mines in Helvetia and he immigrated here in the 1900s. If you have any information on the family it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jennifer Crabtree

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