The Virginia Teacher Volume 2

The Virginia Teacher Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...felt well-repayed for returning to the scene of its recent "ducking." "Sherwood" had never before been seen in Harrisonburg, and to Miss Ruth Hudson many thanks are due for choosing the play, The Cast was exceptionally well chosen, and the play was presented with rare sympathy and charm. The twelfth volume of Tm: Sc1-1oor. MA'AM held up every tradition of excellence established by the preceding The eleven issues of this yearbook. Twelfth It is an exteremely handsome Sch00_ma, 'g, m book and contains several hun dred illustrations in addition to five full-page hand-tinted pictures, and a sixteen-page section of nearby scenes done in sepia. Miss Mary I. Bel'l, to whom the I921 ScHoo1.MA'AM is dedicated is described as "Our own Miss Bell, the Gentle Reader who has always discovered our puns, laughed at our jokes, lookedat our pictures, and read our stories. This sympathetic interest in whatever the girls do has been each year an inspiration to our efforts, a joy in our successes, and a comfort in our failures" Mrs. Thomas Brock (Virginia Zirkle, 1917), of Harrisonburg, has been elected 'president of the alumnae asNew Offioei-3 sociation of the Harrisonburg of Alumnae State Normal School for a Association term of two years, succeeding Miss Reba Beard, of Petersburg. Other oflicers elected at the meeting of the alumnae the morning of June 6 were Miss Anne Gilliam, 1921, of Petersburg, who became conresponding secretary; and Miss Grace Heryl, 1921, of Charlottesville, who became a member of the executive board. Qflicers who still have another year to serve are Miss Frieda Johnson, of Harrisonburg, vice-president; l'Iiss Edna Dechert, of Harrisonburg, recording secretary; Miss Mary...show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 372g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236774760
  • 9781236774767