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1913 Corry HS Yearbook - The Owl - Front Section

Contributed by Teresa Hughes


This is a series of pages being presented based on scanned images from the June 1913 Corry Owl, the yearbook for Corry High School. This part covers the front cover through page 9. The images have been scanned by Bill Klauk from the yearbook that was on loan from Teresa and Jack Hughes in March 2003. Unfortunately, these web page were never created at that time, except for a small number of pages. The yearbook was originally owned by the late Arthur Schaub. Art was Teresa's father-in-law's guardian. Art had a Dutch Boy paint and wall paper store on Center street in Corry until the early 1970s. In the summer of 1937 Art visited the Elmwood Home for Boys and met Charles Francis Hughes.  Art became Chuck's guardian and Chuck moved to Art's home in Corry.  While attending Corry High School, Chuck meet Clarice Capwell, daughter of Alice Bennink and Boyd Capwell.   They were married in 1945 and in 1947 Teresa's husband Jack Hughes was born. Anyone having any comments or questions on the material presented should contact Teresa Hughes directly.


Front Cover through Page 4
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1913 Owl Front Cover

inside cover

Page 1

Front Cover

Inside Front Cover

Page 1 Ads




Page 2 ad

Page 3

Page 4 Ad

Page 2 Ad

Page 3 Ad

Page 4 Ad




Ads on the above pages include the following names: John F. Nugent, Registrar, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; D. Nast's (Clothing); Glenn R. Davis (Clothing); Brownell Shoe Co., H. C. Hough, Manager; W. H. Duffy & Co. (Footwear); D. Warren DeRosay (photo), General Manager Corry Brick and Tile Co.; Cohen's Department Store; N. F. Ames & Co. (Sundries); B. M. Jourdet (Furniture & Floor Coverings); Warren Savings Bank; and The Barlow Hardware Company.


Pages 5 through 9

Page 5

Page 6 is Blank




DEDICATION
To
Miss Sarah L. Breene,
the memory of whose
untiring friendship and
counsel as teacher and friend
has been left imbedded in the
hearts and lives of the students
of Corry High School, this volume
is dedicated by the Class
of Nineteen-Thirteen.

Page 7 Dedication

Page 5 (see text below)

Page 7 words above

Page 7 Dedication




Page 8 Editorial Staff

Page 9 image

THE OWL††9

STAFF.
Editor-in-Chief.
Howard W. Bosworth.
Associate Editors.
Walter H. Scott.
Julia R. Naylor.
Louise Whittlesey.
Lucile Murray.
Business Manager
Charles E. Ewer.
Assistant Business Manager
Arthur J. Schaub.

Page 8

Page 9 Image

Page 9 Words Above




Page 5 words:
THE OWL
Corry High School, Corry, Pennsylvania.
Vol. 11.      June, 1913,       No. 6.


The Annual.

Owing to lack of financial support, the management of the Owl was unable to publish the last issue. The Senior Class was asked to take over the publication and to put it out in form of a small year book. This we agreed to do, and were compelled to collect and edit material in four daysí time. We ask our readers and critics to please be lenient with us in comparing this with other annuals and bear in mind the short time which we had for publication.                    The Seniors.



An annual published by the Senior Class of Corry High School and printed at the printing shop of the Corry Evening Journal.

Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c per Copy

Owl Editorial Staff
This is a larger photo of the photo shown sideways on Page 8 above.


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