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Page 6 text:
cgn mem oriam
The faculty and student body note with deep regret the
passing of Mrs. Kathryn Overly, who died October 9, 1949.
Mrs. Overly was a graduate of Millersville State Teachers
College, and had taught the third grade in the New Holland
Schools for over sixteen years. Previously she had been a mem-
ber of the faculty at Leola and Honey Brook.
Mrs. Overly, while serving' at New Holland, demonstrated
far more than an excellent ability to instruct. The high value
she placed on such traits as promptness and correctness make
hei' absence felt all the more. Typical of her ways were the
many times in which she placed her profession in a position
higher than her physical well-being.
These habits, in addition to her careful appreciation of time
and its value to others, combined to form a most respected per-
son, whose loss is keenly felt in the New Holland Schools.
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Nearing the once-too-prolonged, now much too-rapidly-ap-
proaching end of our high school career, the class of 1950 wishes
to pause in these seemingly shortened days to commend the num-
erous fine thoughts, words, and deeds that have been attributed
to Miss Virginia M. Hoffman.
Through their entire encounter with school, many of the
students in this current year's graduating class, have been bene-
ficiaries of this high school principal's unlimited patience, heart-
felt condolences, and understanding personality, not to mention
hef' excellent presentation of knowledge and development of
Complete reimbursement is impossible. But through this
publication, the seventeenth for which she has served only too
capably as advisor, the members of the class of '50 have tried
most sincerely to express their deepest appreciation for the ef-
forts, helpful guidance, and many illustrations of kindness and
friendship contributed to them by Miss Virginia M. Hoffman.
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