The 1932-33 Green Bank High School Senior Class organization, the Washington Club, pictured on their trip to Washington, D.C. in front of the Pan American Union. The photograph was sent to Preserving Pocahontas by the daughter of Marjorie McCutcheon (Kanode) who is standing third from left on the back row. Her 10 brothers and sisters all attended Green Bank High School. Her beautiful handwriting on the back of the photo provides the following complete list of names:
Back row, left to right: Ruby Waddell, Mr. Blackhurst (teacher), Marge McCutcheon, Dolores Crowley, Georgia Frazier, Mary Ellen Eddy, Sheron Calhoun, Kathleen Nottingham, Mary Brown, Ernestine Dill, Hilma Barkley, Mary Warwick (teacher), Mildred Furhman, Beryle Elliott (teacher), Hazel Lambert, Stephen Pritchard, Audrey Nottingham, Mary Shaffer, Cammile Talercia, Sara Lee Ralston, Elizabeth Reda.
Front row, left to right: Kay Arbogast, Bruce Nottingham, George Belcher, Ernest Moore, Frances Blackhurst, Arthur Lancaster, Joe Urbanic, Robert Nickel, John Friel, Ivan Riley, Eugene Lawton, James Wilson, Mr. Tracy (bus driver), Earl Cassell. Photo courtesy of Anne Kanode Crum, ID: PHP001257
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