Bloomsburg University - Obiter Yearbook (Bloomsburg, PA)

 - Class of 1919

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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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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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If SGT. GEORGE BEDNARK Wilkes-Barre Normal Course; Philo; Class Pres., ' 18; Class Treas., ' 17; Track (3); Basketball (3); Baseball (3); Philo Drama (3); Secy. B. D. C; Y. M. C. A. Oh, here he is, girls! Come, take a look at him. The real genuine George. Our sweet, charming and smiling little boy has returned to us. And he is the very same George as of old ! George hails from Wilkes-Barre. He came to us in our S ' ophomore ear and — Ve Gods! did you ever see the like of him! He im- mediately gained fame and popularity with the speed of a 60,000 horse power steam engine. He had been with our class until the Fall in the beginning of our Senior year, at which time he heard the call of his country and joined the colors. And when at camp — Boy, didn ' t he rise! His superiors, forseeing something in the physiognomy of his cerebrum, soon made him sergeant and if the war hadn ' t ended we are sure he would have been made a Brigadier Creneral. But the Hun was soon beaten, and so Cieorge was honorably discharged. He im- mediately returned to B. S. N. S. amid the welcoming greetings of all — especially the girls, for George, you know, is so bashful ! Studies? Oh yes. In other words, George would have been an honor student if all the other members of the class had died. Did you ever see Cjeorge have a book? Maybe, but not a text book. We will never forget ou, (ieorge, or our wit and popularity or your ridiculous humor. PETER C. F. CASTELLANI Old Forge Medical Prep Course; B. D. C; Philo; Base- ball ' 18; Overseas Service. If you will look among the many faces of our class, you will there find one that belongs to a seemingly quiet and modest young man. After studying for sometime at an academy at Springfield, Mass., he joined our class in its Junior year and look up work in the Medical Prep Department, it being his ambition to study medicine. But before he could be with us an ' more than a year, he heard the call of his coun- try for volunteers, and like all true Americans he joined the colors. And what a wonderful experience he has had. Really, we wonder whether he is too modest to be proud of it. Yes, he has felt the sting of the enemy ' s weapon during the battle of the Argonne, for a scar can be seen on his left hand, which will always marit him as a hero. After spending nine months at Camp Meade, Md., he boarded the Leviathan and sailed for France, where he saw six months ' of foreign ser ' ice. He belonged to the Regimental Infirmary, 314 Infantry, 79th Division, A. E. F. Ftti r One Hundrni-elefen

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