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; HELEN WALTON Plains P. H. S. ; Normal Course. " II ' hat a s[ eiidthrifl sh ' is ivitli her tongue. " ( ?f) Faithfulness is one of Helen ' s virtues, and she is constantly heard singing, " 1 know you ' ll lie true, dear; so I ' ll never feel hlue, dear. " Her absent-mindedness is attributed to her thoughts wandering over-seas. Helen is known to be very successful in the Model School, but we fear the profession will lose her soon, because the war is over. -META WARNER Wapwallopen " SPUDS ' " Berwick H. S.; Normal Course; Philo; Y. W. C. A.; G. D. C; H. N. B. ; G. A. A. Mela, our hlack-haired maiden, With laughter in her glance, She diuells cith us in Bloomshury, Bui her heart is some vhere in France. And here we have another of the N. H. B. We are sure that the future inhabitants of North Hall will miss Meta ; for, when the bells were not ringing, " Spuds " always an- nounced the arriva lof 9:45 by promenading leisurely down the hall, making as much noise as possible. Her greatest weakness lies in her fondness for the name — Oh, well! as long as he is a soldier, we will not tell anyone. Al- though Meta was not visible, you could always locate her bv hearing the familiar call, " Sav, Ed. " Here ' s wishing ynu luck, " Spuds; " be it teaching in a little two by four, or teaching a " special pupil " forever. l i,je One lliind, :d-three
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MARION ' IROL ' r.MAN Sliamokin •IROUTY " Shamokin H. S. ; Philo; G. A. A.; G. D. C; V. W. C. A. Marion came to us from the Shamokin High 5 ' chool and has proven herself to be a very good student. Why, she even studies during quiet hour on Sunday — " An Cnforgiveable Sin. " It is thought that Marion has a voice full of overtones; for, when she talks, she can be hea ' -d from one end of the hall to the other. She usually starts way up in the Key of G but she keeps getting lower and lower until finally she finds herself way down in the Key of C. But, after all, Marion is one of the best girls of the school. She would never think of lireaking a rule. She is very good natured and is liked by all who know her. Her classmates all wish her a very bright ;i id prosperous future. ' KATHRVX WALBOURX W ilkes-Barre " KITTV " W.-B. H. S.; Philo; A. A.; G. D. C. ; Y. V. C. A. " . fncnd in nei i Is II friind indeed. " This (]uiet (?) little girl came from Wilkes- Barre for the purpose of becoming a school ' " marm, " but, lo! we think she will turn out to be a " Forrester. " Kitty appears to be a quiet, sedate, little miss, hut, back of all that, she is just as jolly as can be, and her hosts of friends regret to say goodbye. (Jood luck, " Kitty, " in M ur new field of work. I ' aije One lluiuh i d-tz:ii
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HAZKL WAYNE Hloomsburs; " WHIMSICAL " Normal Course; Day Student. Hazel, who graduated from Blnomsburj; H. S. in 1917, is one of our " downtown " students who joined out class in its Junior year. Hazel is a very pleasant, good-natured Miss; always ready to spring a joke, or laugh at one, e ' en if it be as old as " Methusala. " " Whimsical " is a very earnest student, and c have ever ' reason to helie ' e that she will be successful in her future work. CARMAN RALPH WELLIVER Danville " OLIVER " D. H. ' . ; Commercial Course; Philo; Varsitv Football (4). " I fiJuslriousiit ' s.s is t ir soul nf ti sm i rssfiil hriiig. " This is Carman ' s motto and we trust that he will always be so guideil by it. Truly, Carman has always been among the most energetic and enterprising of our number. Fond are the memories, indeed, that we have of Carman on the football field. Surely we must sing praises to him, for he, inodest as he is, would nc er let the world know that he is here. Looki[ig l)eyond his overly modest and re- tiring ways, we see armies of successful enter- prises drawn up for Carman ' s inspection. We already have a picture of Carman ' s future, and in the glory of it all, our heartiest wishes for successful achievetnents are with him until the end. Puyi (Jni lliiiiJi t J-Imn
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