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RUTH OLNG Catnwissa Music D;par:nieiit; Day Student. Ruth has a remarkable talent in music; hence her presence in tjur school. She is a fair little miss that can every morning be seen slowly wending her way up Nonnal Hill, to- gether with other downtown students. When v-e think of " C ' lyin, " we cannot fail to recall Ruth to our mind, for s!ie has many a time played for our gymnasium classes, and very often favoring them by playing while they danced during the two minutcrs before the ring- ing of the bell for roll call. - Rut i is her name, ' Music is hrr ftimr, And she ' s a ' ii). Just th • same. Ruth ' s ambition is to teach music and, that we s ' -iall some day see her (if uni ersal fame along this line, no one will doubt, ' [ " ime tell — just wait. AGNES ZELIXSKI Pottsville " AG " Facultv Honor; Class Historian; Normal Course; Philo; _ . H. B.; G. D. C. ; G. A. A, Agnes joined us late in our Freshman year. S ' he is one of our really industrious girls. Agnes works all day long and never seems tired of increasing her abundance of knowl- edge. When you want anything don? right, go to Agnes. " Ag " is very talented in both drawing and music; but especially in music, when it comes to teaching in the Model School. If work goes far in making a person successful, we have no fears about Agnes. She is one of the shining lights of our class, and in each of her classes she displays that iriental alertness and in- telligence which is characteristic of a good stu- dent. Keep up the good work, Agnes ; we hope that vou will be as successful as you have been here at B. S. N. S. II I ' iyc One llunditd-ninc
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DOROTII ' i E. WOODRLXG St. John ' s " DOT " St. John ' s H. S. ; Normal Course; Philo; V. V. C. A.: G. D. C; G. A. A. St. John ' s, did you say? Where, please? " Why, just five tniles from Hazelton " is " Dot ' s " answer. " Dot " is a very quiet, refined girl out of whose deep brown eves a little (Oh, yes, a little!) mischief shines; for when " Dot " gets started, she surelv is one fine, good sport. " Bill? " What—Bill? " Oh, yes, I did hear " Dot " say something about " Bill ; " but 1 really thought that she meant school bills. At class and Philo meetings " Dot " is a staunch supporter. Xo one believes " Dot " will teaci more than the required two years, but that she will tend to her bill ( ?). Success to vou. " Dot. " PRESCILLA YOUNG Wilkes-Bnne W. B. H. S.; Normal Course; Philo; Y. W. C. A.; Secy, of G. A. A.; G. D. C; Class Artist. Prescilla is. a most conscientious student and ■is the delight of all teachers; for in all classes, when anything is not clearly understood, Pres- cilla has no hesitancy in calling out, " 1 don ' t get that. " Wc have been told that Prescilla is very fond of the let er " B. " We wonder why? Our year bock owes much of its success to the skill with which Prescilla has made its cuts. Like most of the Normal girls Prescilla ex- pects to be a school teacher and, judging by her work in the Model School, success will be hers. I ' ayc One llunJrrJ-iiyhl
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MARGUFRITti; ANNA ZII RDT Hazleton " PEG " Hazleton H. S.; Philo; V. W. C. A,; G. D. C. ; G. A. A.; Eagles Mere Delegate. As you see, " Peg ' s " last name begins with " Z; " but no doubt it will be changed and be- gin with " I. " Speaking of colleges, " Peg " prefers Lafayette to all others. Her favorite saying is: " A sailor! . sailor! " During " Peg ' s " two ears in B. S. N. S. she has taken great interest in the social services of the V. V. C. A. Her greatest delight is helping prepare the Christmas party for the needy children. ' .;:. GRACE Mcin ER ■• ■ Cualdale " MIC " Philo; Commercial Course; Basketball, ' 18; G. D. C; G. A. A. Dear old " Mic " was one of the very pa- triotic members of our class; when our nation called for " stenogs, " " Mic " shifted from the Normal to the Business Course. Have you ever heard of Coaldale? We thought not, but now CJrace has put it on the map by her splendid " reji. " Cjrace was one of the members of the 4th floor bunch. Do you remember the 4th floor song? Grace helped write it. Now she is rooming on Alpha Hall, which is just as jolly. In the three ears Grace has been at Nor- mal, she has made a host of friends. Why. ' Well, if you know her, you will find her a good sport, and ready — yes, ever ready — for fun. -Even at mid-night feeds, Grace is always one of the first " on deck. " Pa f One UundreJ-ttn
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