Pauline Graduation 1930

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Pauline Graduation 1930 - Announce List Of Graduates School Board to...
Announce List Of Graduates School Board to Award Diplomas to Class of 159 Boys and Girls Diplomas will be awarded to 159 students of the Memorial High School senior class at commencement this month. List of graduates, as approved approved by members of the school board. C. B. Hanyen. superintendent. and J. R. Merkel, principal, follows: Russell L. Andreas, .Karl K. Ar bo- bo- gas t, Dorothy F. Arnold, Anna A. Bacheson, Mary E. Barrall, Margaret Margaret K. Bell, Robert E. Bennett, Stella F. Bigley, Wilbert L. Bitten-bender, Bitten-bender, Bitten-bender, Marian A. Boyd, G. Glenn Burkholder, Betty K. Campbell, M. Madalene Carle, Mary M. Charneskl, Albert G. Christy, Vera K. Curtis, Mary C. Cushner, Robert J. Custer. Paul R. Daily, Josephine M. Dlcton. Louise H. Dillon, Ralph C. Dlsque, Gertrude M. Donn. Pauline Dukas, Genevieve Dvorak, Pauline M. Eccles- Eccles- ton, Kathleen Q. Bckenroae, k. aetty Edgar, George B. Edwards, Carl C. Ellnsky, Erma R. Elston, Oliver C. Evans, Jr., Robert W. Evans, William William G. Evans, Helen M. Fay, Dorothea R. Fegley, Edith B. Floyd, Ferdinand Fowlen, Frederick A Frantz, Theodore S. French, Ronald I. Frledline, Eva J. maaK. Marv C C. Gav. Jerome R. Gard ner, Lydia M. Gehlken, Raymond H. Gilbert, Joseph B. Gommer, George Hainbach, Ruth A. Harding, Helen G. Harrison, Elizabeth H. Hines, Mildred J. Honeychurch, Lillian u. Hooper, John C Hoplak, Bessie H. Howells, Virginia A. Huttner. Masei L. Jacobson, Eleonar R. Jackson, Nan L. Jenkins, Jean R. Johns, Ber- Ber- nlce M. Johnson, isawy a. Jones, Dorothy Jones, Esther L. Jones, Mabel G. Jones, George N. Kanarr, Edward Kaaarda, Charles E. Kauff-man, Kauff-man, Kauff-man, Joann A. Kopickl, W. Alfred Keibler, EmHy D. Koszoru, William G. Krakosky, Lucy E. Kukis. iRuth D. Lamoreaux, iieee J. Lt-wtoski, Lt-wtoski, Lt-wtoski, Angellne M. Lavage, Norlnne EJ Lawler, Joseph Leskowsky, Donald Donald T. Lewis, Helen J. Long, W. Hilton Hilton Lonr. Arthur Mangan, Julia M. Matulavitch. Marguerite A. McCabe, Mary K. Mouoey, uatnerme a. no- no- Halt, J. Myron Mkielman, Dorothy K. Mooney, Mildred R. Moore, Leona E. Moran, mieanor a. - Morgan, Charles J. Mozourattls, Mildred A. Navlor. Li la R. Nicholson. Anne T.. CBrien. Doris F. Ostrander. Marv E. Qverfield. Helen E. Page, Irene L. Papp, Mildred L. Paul, Josephine Pauling, Marguerite G. Pearson. Marion S. Peters, Edith M. PhilliDS. Gertrude A. Phillips, Mary C. Phillips, Blanche Ponganis, Thomas J. Rees, Jr., George u Reynolds, Mary L. Rhodes, Jack Rodda, Barbara J. Rynk, Martha K. Sachs, Mary E. Sachs, Clinton L Schoonover, Mary G. Scott, William M. Search. Edward C Seeben, William J. Sharkness, Sophia Shed- Shed- lesky, Dorothy C. Shelly, Mildred L. Shepherd, Mary Shutlock, Pearl I. Slckler. Daniel M. Smith, Mary M. Smith,. Paul A. Smith, James R. Spaulding, Sophia Stanowski, Louise G. Strunk, Helen J. Strutko. Ruth M. Tallman, Alfred N. Teits- Teits- worth, Faye Thomas, p. .Clifford Thomas, William D. Thomas, Dorothy Turner, Margaret R Turpin, Edmund J. Tylenda, Helen M. Van Buskirk, Edgar L. Van Valkenburg, Jr., Jack H. Vincent, Louise E. Walsh, Mary J. Walsh, Leona. J. Wasselt Everet C. Walt-man, Walt-man, Walt-man, James ' M. Wharton, Patricia Whltenlght, ElUabeth A. Williams, John a. Williams, -John -John S. Williams, Cell R. Yanuski, Edward N. Yen-thutskl, Yen-thutskl, Yen-thutskl, Kenneth Yochem, Floyd G. Yoskoekl, Helen L. Young, Paul J. Youncblood, Genevieve K. Yuska-vich, Yuska-vich, Yuska-vich, Edward J. Zebrowski. NOTABLE BOOKS Manv of the forty notable books published by American authors dur ing - the year and selected by the American- American- Library association for the Committee on international intellectual intellectual Cooperation of the League of Nations are on the shelves of Hoyt Library on Wyoming avenue. Miss Margaret Jackson, director of Hoyt library is one of those selected to decide upon the notable American books of 1929. Each year tne American ijiorary onclatlnn sends to a group of librarians, scholars and specialists a list of some nunarea dooks. rom this list, forty are selected. The belief belief is that International good will will be promoted by a knowledge of the best work which each country is producing and so this list of American American books goes to England, France, Germany Italy and other countries and their lists are Bent nere. Hoyt library has many or tne books selected. The list ltseir Has been placed upon the bulletin board at tne JlOrary ana u icauero ucmrc those books upon it which are not in the collection, every effort will be made to obtain them. Among them are the following: Adams. J. T. our .Business civili zation '"This collection of thirteen articles and essays Is the' most accurate, accurate, impartial and objective statement of the case against Ameri can materialism that has yet appear ed." Rowers. C. G. Tragic Era "Re creates the twelve tragic years that stretched from the death of Lincoln to the close of tne -urant -urant administration." administration." Phillip. Ulrlch Life and Labor in the Old South Won the prize of i2.soo offered by ldtue. urown Co, for the best unpublished work nn American nistory. Chase, Stuart Men and Machines "Wis artvla is racy of the American soil. It pleases the scholar, the en gineer, the business man, the man in tha aiibwav. Lynd, Robert Middletown The Rav. C a. Met formerly pastor of the Baptist church in Edwardsville now or lieoanon, inaiana, nas oeen meeting one of the characters of this storv. Davis, J. D., ed Labor Speaks for Itself on Religion: A symposium of Labor Leaders Throughout the World. Lippman, Walter Preface to Morals Morals "He has written one of the most helpful books on the moral problem in this feneration." LaFarge, Oliver Laughing Boy The story and laeais or a young Navajo, Laughing Boy and his mate, Slim Girl. Won the Pulitzer prize for 1929. Ridge, Lola Firebead A narrative narrative poem, the scene and time of which are the day of the crucifixion of Christ. ' .7. . Robinson. E. A. Cavender's House "Is a work of starkly tragic Import, Import, done with an austerity of man ner possible only to a truly great poet'' Scott, Evelyn The Wave "It Is one of the most interesting of all the efforts to deal with the Civil War in fiction." Wylle, Elinor Hoyt Angels and Earthly Creatures ''There was be hind these poems an intellectual energy energy that never drooped and a concern concern for perfection that was alien to compromise." Cheney, S. W. The Theatre "A (-applicant

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  1. The Wilkes-Barre Record,
  2. 04 Jun 1930, Wed,
  3. Page 21

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