Directly in the middle of main camp, in the middle of a grassy field, is Schoonover (Schooney) Hall. This stone and glass building is open at all times for shelter and is used for rainy day activities, singing, dancing, games, theater performances, and other special programs. W. J. Schoonover donated this building to Camp Archbald in 1928 in memory of his mother. A stone plaque over the fireplace reads:
1928 Roxy Ann Schoonover 1928 Best citizens come from the homes where there is a loyal, helpful wife or a loving, practical mother. As a tribute to such a noble woman this building is presented to the Girl Scouts of Scranton by her son, William J. Schoonover.
I finally found on Ancestry.com an application for a passport by William J. Schoonover in 1922 of Scranton, PA, 45 years old, glass merchant. Son of Charles K. Schoonover (also found 1910 census showing Charles' wife Roxanne) I guess this verifies the first name for WJ Schoonover. He and his wife Almeda live in Scranton in 1930 census--occupation:none. But, There's a "Record of Local Events" for January 1930: W. J. Schoonover Glass Co. sold to Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., for $500,000. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wbalmanacs/1931AlmanacLocalEvents1930.txthttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wbalmanacs/1931AlmanacLocalEvents1930.txt