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Page 17 text:
QQ FLAMBEAU XE?
HELEN GWENDOLYN BAILEY
DuBois High School-1917
Indiana State Normal-1919
Pennsylvania State College
NN'hen we came to Sandy, Miss Bailey was already
here. From the First day we loved her and she in return
helped us all she could. During our Junior year we
learned that Miss Bailey had a very line personality, and
during that year and the next, she became the adviser
of all our affairs and clubs. She has won our highest
esteem. XYe will never forget her.
Mr. Herrold is a j
ing Algebra problems
HELEN JANET CUTLER, B. S.
Lampeter High School-1921
Pennsylvania State College-1925
This is Miss Cutler's third year at Sandy and each
year our love for increases. Her friendliness and fine
personality have won for her many friends. During our
many parties, Miss Cutler's advice and assistance were
always sought. Cakes, pies and other delicacies are Miss
Cutler's specialties. Her teaching will mean a great deal
to the girls and few boys who study under her. The
Class of '28 thanks her very much.
GEORGE WILLIAM HERROLD, B. S.
olly man. One of the jollicst teach-
ers in Sandy. His ever-ready smile encourages us all. If
it were not for his patience, Mathematics would be use-
less in Sandy. He often stays until 5:30 l'. M. explain-
or a hard experiment in Physics.
His hobby is experimenting. He is also a loyalhsup-
porter of our Basketball teams. We all like Mr. Herrold.
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Q25 FLAMBEAU E
MARGARET JANE SPIGELMYER-A. B., B. 0.
Mifflinburg High School--1921
'l'his is Miss Spigelmyer's third year at Sandy and
she has won the friendship of every student at Sandy.
VVhen we need assistance we always rush toward Miss
Spigelmyefs room. Her chief delight is dissecting hugs
and plants. She has a regular Laboratory in her room.
where often times frogs and tadpoles can he found. Miss
Spigelmyer will not be here next year and we all shall
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MAUDE MAE WOLFE, A. B.
Susquehanna High School-1921
Lebanon Valley College-1925
During the two years that Miss W'olfe has been iiz
Sandy, she has won the respect and admiration of every
student. She is a jolly teacher and has a smile lor every
one. She is always a center of fun at our parties. ller
chief delights are keeping the Ifreshmen busy in ilu
study hall, and giving frequent tests in lfrench. Miss
VVolfe is a loyal supporter of our basketball team, and
is always present at the games. XX'e hope that her sue
cess as a teacher continues.
EUGENE TAYLOR ADAMS, A. B.
Millersburg High School, 1923
Susquehanna University, 1926
Mr. Adams has been at Sandy for two years and
has won the high esteem of every student. We have
profited much by his kind advice and sympathetic na-
ture. His assistanee in editing The Flambeau has been
very valuahle, and for this the class of 19:8 wishes to
extend to him their sincere thanks. M r. Adams has tried
to impress upon us the worth while things of life, He
can also write poetry, and has read some of his poems
to us. VVe hope that wherever he may go, he will hnd
as many friends as he did in Sandy.
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MAE A. JONES
DuBois High School-1922
MAE ELNORA RICE
Butler High School--1922
lfrcuch tests, l.:1tin tests and liright grcvu lircshics
are Miss Ricc's specialties. She is always husy hut iu-vcr
too husy to lt-url Il helping hzmtl nr givc Z1 wnrtl tit' cu-
CUlll'Ll.LfL'lllL'lll. Althuugli she teaches tuily I.z1tiu :mtl
lfruiicli, shi- is just thc pt-rstui from wlituu wc can gut
:iflvicc on any suhjcct. llcr Classcs are always iiitcrcst-
ing licvzttisc slit' is always lllll'UflllClllg' smut-tliiug ut-xv
This is Miss Ricc's sucoml your :lt Szuicly :xml llk'l'IlllM' ul'
hcr pleasing pt-rsniizility :mtl ways nl' k'XlllZlllllllQ tht' rhi-
ticult parts ul' the Icssous, it is with tht' ilu-lu-st rviqi-I-1
that wt- hill hm-r l'SlY't'XVK'll.
Penna. College for Women-1927
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tu tc-:u'h thu hrzuicl iiciy Iirvsliics Ifnpglisli, livics :tml
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has ct-rtziiuly uiiulc ai succcss of it as wcll :is L-vcrytliiiig,
slit- 1lllllk'l'lZlliL'S. Miss bluucs is zilwziys intcrvstcfl in LN
" W' 5 ' if purtics :mtl cluh parties.
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