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All were grieved at the sudden passing on November 6, 1963
of well-liked, respected Mrs. Phyllis A. Horton. A teacher of
seventh and eighth grade English, she was especially known for
her friendliness and desire to help students which accounted for
her advisorship of the Future Teachers of America and her mem-
bership in the Curwensville Joint P.T.A. Anybody whom Mrs.
Horton had in her classes can't deny the fact that her interesting,
well-conducted classes were an incentive toward greater achieve-
Because of her ability to work with children, Mrs. Horton
was associated with both the Girl Scouts and the Cub Scouts. She
was also very active in many Church, professional, and civic
Certainly the memory of Phyllis A. Horton will live in the
hearts of all who knew and respected her.
"I thank my God upon every remembrance of you."