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McKeesport, PA High School Class of 1910 and Where They Were Years Later
Where They Were in 1921
Jean McCord, having taught in the McKeesport Public Schools for several years, is now teaching in Swissvale.
Sidney Reiter gave his life for his country in the late European war. He was in Co. B, 313th Machine Gun Battalion.
Francis Hawley is a well-known teacher in the Market Street Building.
We take this opportunity to demonstrate the class of 1910's appreciation of the excellent service rendered the athletics of the school by George Caves, quarterback of the football team of that year.
Frank Wolf is today a prominent Pittsburgh attorney, residing at Edgewood.
George F. Young is now connected with the firm of Adolph Schmidt and Company, local druggists.
Albert Sanial is in the employ of the Weather Bureau of the Government at La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Clifford Bayard, Carnegie Tech graduate, at present holds an eminent position as assistant Director of Fine Arts in the Carnegie Museum at Pittsburgh.
John Bertel died in the service of his country. He was in Co. L, 4th Engineers, and was stationed at Camp Humphries.
From the 1921 Yough-A-Mon Yearbook of McKeesport High School
Where They Were in 1924
Jean McCord is a teacher in the Swissvale Schools.
Frank Wolfe continues to look after medical wants at Edgewood, Pennsylvania.
George Young is employed at the Adolph Schmidt and Company, local druggists.
Richard Best has an interest in the mills at Clairton. He is residing in Dravosburg.
Miss Frances Hawley is now a teacher of first grade in the Market Street Building.
Clifford Bayard, a Carnegie Tech graduate, is an assistant Director of Fine Arts in the Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh.
From the 1924 Yough-A-Mon Yearbook of McKeesport High School
Where They Were in 1925
Abe Simon is one of McKeesport's very best lawyers. He has advanced his affairs into Pittsburgh business circles.
Grace Garvin, now married, for many years a teacher in the local schools, is heard of often in connection with musical work.
From the 1925 Yough-A-Mon Yearbook of McKeesport High School