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iThings 1 We're lTold J MADRONO pAPTAIN of the Western wood, ' Thnn that a mat Rnbln Hoed! Green above thy scarlet hose, How thy velvet mantle shows I Never tree like thee arrayed, O thou gallant of the glade I When the fervid August un Scorches all it looks upon, And a balsam of the. pine Drips from stem to needle fine. Round thy compact shade arranged Not a leaf of thee is changed 1 When the yellow autumn sun Saddens all it looks upon, Spreads its sackcloth on the hills, Strews its ashes in the rills. Thou thy scarlet hose dost doff, And in limbs of purest buff Challengest the sombre glade : For a sylvan masquerade. Francis Bret Harte . The members of the senior class of the Dunmore High school will have a most enjoyable trip the week of April when they will make their annual Journey to the national capital. On this journey they will have a run down Chesapeake bay and through that section of the United States known as the "Cradle of the Nation Principal Edward J. Devine of the High school states that arrangements for the trip have practically been completed. The party will go by way of the Central Railroad of New Jersey. Three days will be spent In the city of Washington. While put of that city visits will be made to Old Point Comfort, Annapolis, Yorktown and Norfolk. The Dunmoreans to make the trip will be eighty - five pupils, Professor Devine and several members of the faculty of the High school. . That was a fine tribute which was paid on Saturday night at the Hks' club to Mr. Earl W. Lamb, former assistant general superintendent of the Seranton Coal company who was recently transferred to the Penn - An - thracite Coal company, newly or ganized. Nearly 300 officials and emnlovees the Seranton Coal company joined paying tribute to Mr. Lamb who had been in the employ of the com pany for eight years, and who Is re larded as one of the best Informed mining men in the anthracite region. Mr. Lamb's father. Mr. Earl Lamb, was one of the guests at the dinner. Another was Mr. James L. Cooney. president of the Seranton Coal company. The efficient, happy toatm as A wife AFTER life you would know wife's preferences. borrow a name knew, and, for little interest had to say to advantage of naming and trustee. successful time of their

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 24 Mar 1931, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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