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an eminent authority on sciences. Syd ran into Paton's one day and almost
collided with Peg Cutler, who is the shop's head model. Peg had news that Peg
Knowlton, an actress in one act plays, produced by an exclusive Boston Theatre
company, fills the house every evening with ardent admirers. jane Graves is the
president of a scientific society in Concord, New Hampshire. And June Hinman
is married and lives in a cozy little appartment on Beacon Street.
Ellen heard from home that Jane Fitch's paintings were being included in a
revised edition of Gardener's Art Through The Ages. Gertie has performed
miraculous operations in a New York hospital. Lee, who came through a serious
case of appendicitis under Gertie's care, continually philosophizes on the value of
women surgeons. Before Ellen came abroad, she went to see Abbot once more,
and, en route, stopped in at the "Sign of Castor and Pollux," a tea shop on Salem
Street, run by Ginnie and the Twins. VVhen Ellen bought her travelling clothes,
she discovered Bea's exclusive gown shop on Boylston Street.
Kay Keany's poems in the Ailantic .Monthly have attracted the notice of
many of our class. Ruth Perry has become so expert at the revived game of
croquet, that now she translates Greek passages while playing professional
matches. Flora expects to celebrate her fifteenth wedding anniversary by a
Mediterranean trip. Mary Bell is spending every winter at the Lake Placid
Club. Nat has entered her daughter in Abbot for 1943. Nancy, although mar-
ried, has kept up her interest in Pre-school education, and lectures on its value in
"VVell, what are you doing in Paris, Lo?" asked Syd.
I concealed a protruding paint brush in the lining of my threadbare coat.