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    Great Quotes from Great Leaders

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    These are some of the quotes from a book Great Quotes from Great Leaders written by Peggy Anderson. Seems to be an excellent book.   The best thing about the future is that it comes only one day at a time.” Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) “Life is a series of experiences, each of which makes us bigger, even though it is hard to realize this. For the world was built to develop character, and we must learn that the setbacks and griefs which we endure help us in our marching onward.” Henry Ford (1863-1947) “Kind words can be short and easy...
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    The Foundaions laid by Our Respected Principal Mrs. Doreen Logie’s by Cecil Wagstaff

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    The Foundaions laid by Our Respected Principal Mrs. Doreen Logie’s  Another  True Story in The Life & Times of this Reprobate …………….only there was a break of several Years in between the related events: In the year 1975/77,  I was working with an  Airline at Bombay Airport A certain First Officer on one of our flights made an innocent mistake which led to some pretty serious consequences and could have required our Flight to be seriously delayed  The issue involved a breach of Customs Regulations, and could have also cost my Airline hundred of thousands of Dollars with passengers Costs,...
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    An Ode in Appreciation of Our Dear Ole ‘M.E.H.S. by Cecil Wagstaff

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    An  Ode in Appreciation of Our Dear Ole ‘ M.E.H.S. A Debt We students can n’er Repay   Methodist English High School Yes, Indeed, we are “Proud of Thee” If it was not for M.E.H.S., where would any of us be?   A Rhetorical Question, perhaps? Yes, Us Blokes, Guys, Gals, Ladies & Chaps Would NOT be where we are,  WE would NOT have gone very far  So only thanks to the Education we received From our many Teachers who with and their help, achieve  And  we could make something of ourselves Pursuing our Youthful Ambitions on then on to Better...
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    MEHS History As Told by Frank E. Manton and Karis B. Manton

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       by Thomas B. Manton     In the beginning… Frank Ernest Manton was born on Sept. 4, 1901 in East Liverpool, Ohio to Thomas C. Manton, Sr. and Fanny Manton. He was a graduate of East Liverpool High School and then worked in the steel mills, which were a part of the City along the Ohio River. After several years of working, Frank enrolled, along with his older brother Albert, in Ohio Wesleyan University in the famous Class of 1927. He and Albert were very active in sports and music, and both of them were members of the famous Ohio...
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    Obituary on Daw Annie Tan

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    It is with deep regret that I have to inform all of you that Annie Tan mother of *Dr.Eng Eng (* Dr.Thein Yew) Selwyn (Nuela) Benny (*Angelina) Kwan Kwan (*Bill) Kyin Kyin (*Dr Kim Yin) Raymond (deceased) Alfred (*Kathy) 13 Grandchildren 15 Great Grandchildren Passed away peacefully on January 12, 2017 She was 93 years old. Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family in this time of sorrow. May Aunty Annie Rest In Peace. (Shared by Gloria Win Thein)
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    My Trip to MEHS Reunion 2005 by Phyllis Aung Gine

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    by Phyllis Aung Gine I left the United States on January 4th, 2005 to travel to Burma to attend the MEHS Reunion, 2005 event in Rangoon, Burma on January 8th. My mother Teacher Tin Tin Sein @ Mrs. Aung Gine, came with me and we arrived Burma on Jan 6th. Patricia Than Myaing and her husband Victor Zaw Oo also arrived late that day. We touched base that evening and got in touch with some other friends such as Peggy Kyin, and Teddy Saing who were both in the Reunion Committee. On the morning of the 8th, we went early...
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    Reflections Of Our Lives by Edwin Aye Tut

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    REFLECTIONS OF OUR LIVES by Edwin Aye Tut I came upon an article on the 2nd. page (attached) in “Myanmar Times” September 5-11, 2005 “Thinking Aloud” and find myself looking into the eyes of the person in the photograph and I said to myself.. This guy looks familiar. I read the interview and thinking aloud “where did he study?” There are some missing links in the interview.. probably for limited space. A great CV, a great resume!! Then I read on…. “How do you like to relax?” “…..spending time with my little daughter” Yes, then I remember, the young pretty...
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    MEHSA 2006 Reunion in L.A. by Phyllis Aung Gine

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    MEHSA 2006 Reunion in L.A. by Phyllis Aung Gine They came flying in from all over the world, halfway across the continent, and also from across the nation. They are all bound for the great 2006 Reunion, which was set for July 2 – 3, 2006. Talk has been going around for a long time now and people are getting very anxious to be there, to be present where everyone who is anyone will be there, to be seen and to see. Some will be strutting around with their new spouses, some will be coming in troves, some will come...
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    Reflections To Our Days at M.E.H.S. by Harry Taw, Cecil Wagstaff and Edwin Tin Tut

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    Reflections to our days at M.E.H.S. by Harry Taw, Cecil Wagstaff and Edwin Tin Tut Our MEHS motto said, “Not for school but for life do we learn” and in truth, all through our school days we learnt not only our lessons, but under the stern eyes of our loving teachers we gathered the spiritual weapons of integrity, social behaviour, an awareness of civics and strength of character: weapons we would use all our lives and pass on to our children and grandchildren. When we entered the real-world life as adults, through these lessons of the heart taught by our...
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    Myanmar Names by Edwin Aye Tut

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    Myanmar Names by Edwin Aye Tut Talking about names, I too have many Myanmar names since birth. Started with “Ni Tut” at birth and Mother’s given name became Khin Maung Aye. And about the same time, I was also called Maung Maung Aye which is better, so I was told, both being written in Myanmar alphabets, “above a line” as per astrological terms and beliefs. The family also call me “Edwin Tut” as my Father’s name was Tin Tut. When I started school at MEHS in 1950, Edwin Tut was the name of the day and into life till this...

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