Emma Willard School - Gargoyle Yearbook (Troy, NY)

 - Class of 1932

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'Twas she beheld the vision, And wrought with steadfast will 'Tis we with joyous labor That vision must fulfill. " Semper Fidelis" singing, To Emma Willard dear, Above thy gray walls ringing, Our song floats sweet and clear. O touch each fleeting moment With friendship's alchemy! The days that lie before us Our memories soon shall be. CLC A I Qin the Jfacultp There is no greater treasure meets our quest, There is no greater pot of rainboW's gold Than fearless knowledge, glowing at its best, All that an eager mind can grasp and hold. But there have been false gems to blind our eyes, And there are devious paths that We may take, The torch that only Hickers once and dies Does not decry its brilliant light a fake. There have been those whose friendly touch of hand Has been a magnet true. You have not failed, All through the years the tasks that you have planned Have helped to charter seas as yet unsailed. No finer memory than this is ours- Your gracious guidance of these youthful hours. X- Q X X X 1501615 rWlP?'v r N 5 Gaia 5-' L3 Viz Y! N M9594 , 1 mx lk lf 1 Qtgmgiif : 4 ggmiggz F3 Q2 '7"4 'Y1'1 fig 'iii A Ras!! Senior Qilass Gffirzrs Cx'N'1'111A NIORGAN . . . Presidffnf Ii1,s11c NIA'l"l'IS . I 'iff-Prasidmfl IsA1alc1.1,1a Anna . . Sm-rezary Lms WILKINSON . . Trmsurw .S'f,l'ft"f'l1 ffl? 'fiiyfitf lb sglll' ' K? 5 qgilzs WQQSX-gd ISABELLE T. ADIE Holyoke, Massachusetts Four Years College Preparatory for Vassar Athletic Association Secretary Senior Class Student Council Glee Club Choir Interpreters GARGOYLE Board Her deep felt sympathy was swift and sureg To sham and falseness a relentless foe. . i I N ,,, 1-KM? iso f M3 A-Mu? JM NJ 5 mx ' 5 ?1cv.Qf2?5 541 2-13 "S, 3' H-' ' A SJA A41 JEAN AMERMAN Scranton, Pennsylvania Five Years College Preparatory for Sarah Lawrence Athletic Association Interpreters Hockey Team fSubstitute GARGOYLE Board FireHy's your name. You're evanescent! Sez,r'nfeen 45 li 1. 5 "HH N' K C Wi? 'f J Sis! 0,5 lk Agn vi' T? 5 W 'sm MARY AUSTIN Knoxville, Tennessee College Preparatory for Uni1'er.vily of Athletic Association Glee Club Interpreters Basketball Team A certain soothing charm, a vital grace That breathes of the lfternal Wvoman, lfl,ORl'1NCl'I BINGHAM Saginaw, Michigan Three Years Collvgt' Preparatory for Vassar Athletic Association Dress Committee lnterpreters QVice-Presidentj GARGm'Lia Board A friend who knows and dares to say The brave sweet words that cheer the way. liightecu Athletic Association gym? 553m fu li ll 'N I J f S f 145 ' Q A Hag! , img! AIVIY BISHOP New York City Three Years College Preparatory for Katherine Gibby Kappa Kappa Tau Head of Cage Ball I am not of that feather to desert A friend when he must need me. L, ASTRID BREASTED Three Years College Preparatory for Vassar Athletic Association Glee Club Interpreters Hockey Team GARGoYLr3 Board Strong in will to strive, to seek, To find and not to yield. . . l Ninvtcvn 45 A "u?g'5 ' 'Ya' . af li , iligsyi LYDIA BULL Poughkeepsie, New York One Year College' Pl'Ul76lI'lIf0l'j' for Vaxsru Athletic Association Basketball Team You are the stars that are steadfast. Twenty :Ag-3-' at ALSJJ - r :affi- ig 1 M74 S FLORENCIQ COLT BRIGH.-XM Pittsfield, Massachusetts Two Years General Course Athletic Association Her heart is like a garden fair . Wlhere many pleasant blossoms gro W ltr P Q cs? fhdflgb 0 0 'gg 3,249 :gif G'E':f.1' J gg V639 5 Q ' qty? MQ 321 ' HW Y . fum I I i l1ILIZABETH MOR RIS BUTLER Athletic Association Interpreters VVith awed eyes and astonished laughter . To whom the antiquated show is a bomb of delight Conyngham, Pennsylvania Four Years General Course ESTHER CANIPBELL Hartford, Connecticut Three Years College Preparatory for Vassar Athletic Association Interpreters Ahl here be sure that she shall never prove Less kind than her eyes are bright. . . Twenty-one 45 1 ,,,.. ,. - . ll." rp 1 ii' t'i'liP5'lJ 5 vffif' is 'VS A 'vi Q I A 5 Q? 1- T Q N . Q J we In atv 6 6 Q ???l?'2Q SAI.l,lli MACLILAN CAlNlll'BlQl,I. Grand Rapids, Michigan Two Years College l'reparaIm'Vv for IYIISNIII' Athletic Association Interpreters Senior Cheer Leader GARGOYLI2 Board The honest look, the laughter, the love CYNTHIA CHAlNlBliIRl,AlN Lakeside, Michigan Two Years Collage l'reparalory for Oberlin Athletic Association Glee Club Choir Thou hast been a generous giver. T-:wilt v-two The answers quick and keen: . . 5 5 IN 1. - z C22 MARY FLETCHER CHIPMAN Boston, Massachusetts Two Years College Preparatory for Vassar Athletic Association Head of Study Hall Student Council Glee Club Kappa Kappa Tau Hockey Team So frank and strong, So radiantly alive. . Q9.-W' up Q it 22,5-' L V ' Gy 'Dis I vii-qgwfeoflwram MARTHA I.. CLARK Troy, New York Four Years College Preparatory for Russell Sage Athletic Association Ring Committee Hockey Team fSubstitutej Triangle Board Business Manager GARGOYLIC Genteel in personage, Conduct and equipage, Noble by heritage, . I Generous and free. Twenty-Il1l'f'c Jvx f'-wif 0 IJ 1 V: 1 if A Q5 1615 fqj WNQQI1 IYLIZABICTH PICARCE COUZENS Yonkers, New York Four Years College Preparatory for Welle.vIey Athletic Association All u kind word . . Could show of gracious living. Twenty-four' WN 41951 ANNE LOUISE CLIFTON Troy, New York Seven Years General Course Athletic Association Glee Club Her face is sweet with fun. 5 1 59 rm? rlM"7'5 in 'QQ ja 02995 rw! I flag-EJ 0 5 -ff? be If HJ5? . 1- wifi ' 5 is v Q9 ilk., 'X -'aflfg :T V 1115. L. . VIRGINIA CURTIS Clinton, Iowa Four Years College Preparatory for Vassar Athletic Association Head of Basketball Basketball Team Glee Club Choir Cllresidentj Kappa Kappa Tau CSecretary-Treas- urerj So tall she is, and slender, and so fair, . So like a child for play, a queen for grace. JANE DAVIS Cincinnati, Ohio One Year General Course Athletic Association String stars for pearls on a ribbo And Hing it about her shoulders. n of whim, Twenty-fizfe 9-SQ. 1' q A7 ky Q Q1 E? My ll w, I Athletic Association l'1I,lZABlfl'l'H G. DOYLE Cohoes, New York Four Years College Preparatory for Russell Sage Athletic Association VVelcome whereso'er she went, A calm and gracious element. Yiwcuty-sin: 'Two Years Basketball Team Cffaptainj Her mind lives in a quiet room. . A narrow room, and tail, VVith pretty lamps to quench the gloom And mirrors on the wall. . ll ui, 'L 5 3-gl li hgfa v 'VA Swim SUZANNE DE LORENZI South Bend, Indiana College Preparzztory for lVelle.vlcy 45 tt Ili 1 f fn yr 1' " "5 M 41 'N :QR 1 jtttgsgl ELIZABETH ANN EAMES Three Years College Preparatory for Vassar Bridgeport, Connecticut Athletic Association Head of Dress Committee Student Council Glee Club Interpreters GARGoYLE Board You are cool, like silver, And you smile. . NN ee Q53 GH SARA VICERY EVERETT One Year College Preparatory for Smith Athletic Association Interpreters - A heart without a trace of guileg A countenance with sun in it: A merry song, a merry smile, . And quip with lots of fun in it. . Twenty-seven use-? MMS 0 , 015 I 'N s MQ. . WP - 5' J F. ,. 3 Q x L 4 1 gfafzsie 9135? W" ' Af' 5? 4 ! A ELIZABETH ISVERSIVIAN Toledo, Ohio Three Years College Preparatory for Smillz Athletic Association Interpreters I must pass nothing by without loving it much. .... . Y i ISLILANOR FAIRCHILD New York City Four Years Collage Preparalory for Oberlin Athletic Association Glee Club Choir CSecretary-TreasurerQ Interpreters Hockey Team You are as restless as a startled leaf Tossed in a gale. . . . . Twenty-cigl1t 'N 5 'gal f '19 agglqig F ev Q kj Q WAS' AASMLA1 bill! mga Q-Q. ELIZABETH FESSENDEN Troy, New York Six and a Half Years College Preparatory for Cornell Athletic Association Troy Branch of Dramatic Club VVith a wise persistency- Troy, New York Nine Years Genera! C0111-,ve Athletic Association Glee Club Choir Interpreters ANNA FRANCES FREAR And she was always quietly arrayed. And she was always human when she talked Twezify-niize are to C I? J' Q?3Xi4fK,g f71YQ!5iN1 SARAH FROST Texarkana, Arkansas Four Years College Preparatory for l"a.v.var Athletic Association Glee Club Kappa Kappa Tau Triangle Board GARoox'Ln Board You have the dream, the llameg Free it henceforth-- . . The South has given you a name. T l lfVlil,YN CABBI, XVhite Plains, New York Four Years College Pri'pm'aIor'y for Vassar Athletic Association Student Government fVice-Presidentj Stutlent Council Kappa Kappa Tau CVice-Presidentj Hockey Team Glee Club Choir Steadfast, serene, immovable . . Shines on that inextinguishable light. Thirty 4 A 'Ls 5 Agilfxv b ig- v I A lN'lARGARl'iT GORNILY Troy, New York Three Years College Prepuralory for llfoznlf Holyoke Athletic Association GARc:oY1,1': Board l cannot he as calm as you . Seeing the sky so deeply blue. COOLILY GRAVES Pittsfield, lylassachusetts Three Years College Prvparalory for l'a5.var Athletic Association lVice-Presidentj Head of Health Glee Club Choir Social Committee Interpreters Hockey Team But rather like a young, athletic girl, Fearless and gay, her hair all out of curl And flying in the Wind. . . . Thirty -nm' 5 L c. M ,Q W ral? f i 5199? " 55 fd I Jaw gm FRANCES G RLIGORY Montclair, New Jersey Five Years College l'raparalory for S'ZU66l1l1'itH' Athletic Association Interpreters Head of Croquet Head of Bowling Impulsive, earnest, prompt to And make her generous thoughts a fact. Tlzirly-two me YLQE Hl'iI,liN LOUISIQ GRAY Ridgewood, New Jersey Two Years Collage Preparalory for Swarllzuiorv Athletic Association Basketball Team Orchestra Tall, cool, and gentle, you are here- Be you the sun we need to shine! ZICIT . as V 'N M ,ww CORNILLIA GROSS Hartford, Connecticut Four Years College Preparaiory for Vaxyar Athletic Association Interpreters She insists upon humility: She insists upon meditation. AILEEN GUTTINGER Hornell, New York Three Years College Prcpzzralory for Connecticut Athletic Association Hockey Team A little humor now and then, . Is relished by the best of men. Thirty-three nd el, , ggyliw J 420 8' Nam 1 I xJY 0 L a s 4 ls T JULIA STEVENSON HARDIN Ithaca, New York Two and One-Half Years College Prvparalory for Vajra: Student Government Qljresidentj Student Council QPresidentj Athletic Association Glee Club Choir Kappa Kappa Tau Hockey Team Throughout our whole life long . Your songs, your thoughts, your doings, Each divide this perfect beauty. . NANCY HARDY Fitchburg, Massachusetts Three Years General Collrsz Athletic Association Glee Club Hockey Team Wlith such a comrade, such a friend . I fain would walk to journey's end. Tlzirfy-four iwirhj S' 5 af. ,ffsrsif I5 lk Cf , - f 5 ,ggi 'fgwll 57' U M n ' . lVlARY HEIDRICH Peoria, Illinois Three Years College Preparatory for Vasym Athletic Association To learn what lessons life may giveg . To do my duty as I see: . . . To love my friends, and laugh, and live. NIARY NEVVBERRY HOOKER Longmeadow, Massachusetts Four Years College Preparatory for Benninglon Athletic Association Glee Club Interpreters GARGOYLE Board l l Amazing brightness, purity, and truth. i Tlzirfy-fizfz D Y There's all in her that we believe in heaven do 7 -icy Qffstrks W ,A1 IQLIZABETH JONES Hartford, Connecticut Three Years C,ollcyc Prcparalory for lVelle.vley Athletic Association Head of Library Student Council Glee Club Choir Interpreters I do not know beneath what sky . Nor on what seas shall be thy fate. I only know it shall be high: . I only know it shall be great. Th l1'f-X'-'SLT DERFLA COVIQLL HOVVHS Rutherford, New Jersey Three Years College Preparatory for Smith Athletic Association Hockey Team l have grown merry, I shall grow wise. Y i sw 'bra WWE NIARY KEYS Springfield, Illinois Three Years College Preparatory for Smith Athletic Association fPresidentj Student Council Glee Club Choir Interpreters Basketball Team Rare compound of beauty, frolic, VVho relished a joke and rejoiced S S iss! x 'V vga ere aa? .4 fb I L A and fun in a pun. MARY KIMBERLY Oshkosh, Wisconsin Three Years General Course Athletic Association Her face is fair and smooth and Childlike, with secret laughter lit. fine Thirty-se'u I1 48 'vi 6245 'Eyes "Lgj'Ef? L' . f, .4 fi .1 K swiss! Q5 Sh IINWQBJ CATHERINE BARR LAW T Short Hills, New Jersey Three Years General Course Athletic Association Interpreters GARGUYLIC Board She is the hidden carol in The fringes of the wood . d The sudden blue when clou The joy of good! . . 7 liif'fy-iriglzl fx , Qirsif 'N iixgi' v Alf: Q 5 35 ' Erika SALLY LANCTOT Churchville, New York Two Years College Preparatory for Va,v.mi Athletic Association Glee Club Choir The windows of the place wherein I dwell I will make beautiful. . . . . s wax thin, li I F 55 .ode-'F-og, ' " J if if". 371' cfhf 65 V afikj Q THEODORA DOUGLAS MacGREGOR YVhite Plains, New York Three Years College Preparatory for Vassar Athletic Association Interpreters liditor-in-Chief GARooyI,E All of the teachers she had ever known, . All of the volumes given her to read, . . Taught her to smile. Smiling became her creed. . . . A mask to serve her in the hour of need. . was MARY NICGONIGAL Troy, New York Nine Years College Preparatory for llfiflllill llolyolce Athletic Association Dramatic Club Editor-in-Chief Triangle Then am l skipper of the skies Strange lyrics written on my lips Strange sonnets in my eyes. Thirfg , . 4 L 0155 i i v fir? D ELSIE MATTIS Champaign, Illinois Three Years College Preparatory for Smith Athletic Association Senior Class QVice-Presidentj Student Council Basketball Team Glee Club Choir Kappa Kappa Tau Triangle Board GARGoYLi4: Board For Nlercy, Courage, Kindness, lNli1'th , l SYBIL MOORE Nlechanicville, New York Two and One-Half Years College Preparatory for Skidmore Athletic Association Glee Club Troy Branch of the Dramatic Club Her ways are ways of pleasantness, And all her paths are peace. . . Forty U There is no limit upon earth. . . B W N .t it CYNTHIA IVIORGAN Toledo, Ohio Three Years Coffege Preparatory for Well.: Athletic Association Senior Class CPresidentD Student Council Glee Club Basketball Team The heart to conceive, . The understanding to direct, And the hand to execute. . Arh AI. l c ce ICE RICHARDSON NEWTON Holyoke, lvlassachusetts Three Years College Preparatory for Vassar letic Association Head of Ping Pong To her alone . . . Her excellencies are unknown. F arty-one 'A . A 3,9 Qtm il MARGARHI' NICHOLS Newton, Nlassachusetts Two Years General Crmru Athletic Association Save thoughtful brow and ripening charm CURINNIC NOLTE Springfield, Ohio Three Years Boslon Srlmol of Fine ,Iris Athletic :Xssociution Senior Cheer Leader Clean favored, and imperially slim. l"m'ly-Iwo A seeming child in everything, . . 45 0 , ' i 'TN uf' rt MJ' fl x ELAINE LOC KWOOD OWEN Troy, New York Fourteen Years General Course Athletic Association GARGOYLE Board Nlerrily, merrily shall I live now. DEBORAH UVVICNS Hazleton, Pennsylvania Four Years College Preparatory for Unifversily of Pennsylwsariiu Athletic Association Glee Club Choir Senior Cheer Leader So gay she is, and with such pretty words, So like a thrush for making a sweet note! Forty-three ago ,Efafnl gras' x l Athletic Association Troy Dramatic Club Cllresidentl ,W K p Glee Club 0 Jn' 91' 'K 1 Five Years Athletic Association For solace and for strength: l l SALLIE PIKE Troy, New York Thirteen Years Barnard College X S54 f'fT il Q sk b :X sunshine heart, ii ' And a soul for fun, . - -P Love, for hate, . XQ .i YK , And right, for wrong. X, i Y- X x. K .ge ci x N gg sq - . eil s Forly-f rr T- '11 ,dig cs N 5-M wc x xox G V K J , X x. x, 7 X K 1 K X Lx i, MOH1'O'C, New York To dip into a dream as into sleep, . And wring new ardor from it. . 'ww ,AP Auf D ' vp 1 S ei HA R RI IQT PATTERSON College Preparatory for Simmons Happy to sink in visions and soft fantasies 'N nn gms: gym 5 ll y 'F ' l ii s .1 13 f 1' W1 se' Q 'fe ii! , M51 Q 'MSE URSULA POOR Danvers, Massachusetts Two Years College Preparatory Gozzrse Athletic Association Interpreters Nlodest, and kind, and fair: . . . VVith the freshness of spring in her eyes, And the fullness of spring in her hair. . Hartford, Connecticut Seven Years General Course Athletic Association Interpreters HARMONA ROMEYNE POTTER Your service shall not be forgotten! F arty- jim' S if WW 'A es "' of PP lf ,Q Q9 I Y' Q, ,N ff P. xv? Wax .fgdgr yygx xx VFX gffffc V135 . .IICAN li. REID Troy, New York Eight Years College l'rf'paratory for Smith Athletic Association Trimiglu Board Anal those ahout her from her shall learn The perfect Ways of honor. Ifnrly- zz GWILNDOLYN PRATT Great Barrington, Massachusetts Three Years College Preparalory for Sweclbriar Athletic Association Hockey Team Head of Archery Triangle Board Your mind is like a road in some far country Whe1'e soft-footecl dreams . . . Pace Without destination or regret, . . Yet they are quick and subtle too. 4 5 4 :ww nf? pm FRANCES ROBERTS Nlanhasset, New York Three Years College Preparatory for IVHII5 Athletic Association Her face is glad and gay- . .yy --1 -w -1 ,,r,l, , 5 2 -22 2' NATALIE ROBERTSON Scranton, Pennsylvania ' Y P our College Prepara Athletic Association Head of House Student Council Choir Glee Club Orchestra Kappa Kappa Tau GARGOYLIC Board True as steel, sincer ears tory for Snzillz e and independent. Forty-seven Q5 te 1 5556 'Wg Q G6 JE Q' 15836 W 1 p ICI,IZAB1'I'I'H ROSE New York City Four Years College Preparatory for Smith Athletic Association Interpreters Head Of Swimming She follows her own sweet way In whimsical oblivion of what the neighbors say ..... Forty-eight V0 QA XI 'I ' 9 -xx ' I ight?" . CHRISTINE ROBINSON Swarthmore, Pennsylvania Two Years Collage Prt'pa1'at0ry for SiUllI'flI1ll0l't' Athletic Association Interpreters A quaint precision rules her days. 45 0? nl! Q w 9 IJ MARY CAROLINE RUSS Terre Haute, Indiana Two Years Coffvgc Preparaforv for DKPHIIYU' UI1i1'6l'.iilj' Athletic Association Interpreters She knew not those sweet words Nor knew her own sweet way. 032 fig? SJ 45 5 g, . Qgig QE ws. she spoke, l PAULINIL GERTRUDLI SCHVVABLE Scarsdale, New York Four Years College Preparatory for Bryn Matvr' Athletic Association Glee Club Choir Interpreters Dow'rd with the hate of hate, The scorn of scorn And the love of love. , . Forty-nine LQLQ, li -1 lf " . ' QQEQBTUZE K l lNIARGARlflT SNYDER VVinchester, Nlnssachusetts Three Years Collage Preparatory for Connertirlzl Athletic Association Glee Club Interpreters So free from cure, .... So indolently sure of each tomorrow, . And heart attuned to sing away a sorrow. Iiifty 'EP JANE SIMMONS Toledo, Ohio Three Years College l'raparatory for Vassar Athletic Association Ah, she was hlithe as the morn Under 21 sunny skyl . . . 45 V we f: Qvgkgr 'fl' T gk, Athletic Association 0 0 ., ,fy 5 iii. -J 4 , 5 1-'D V. one JEAN SUPER Bloomington, Illinois Two Years College Preparalory for Vassar President of Christian Association Interpreters Student Council Let me go forth and share . The evertlowing sun . . VVith one wise friend, or one Better than Wise. . . l V MARY BRADFORD STEARNS Providence, Rhode Island TWO Years College Preparatory for Smith Athletic Association Interpreters lNIy mind lets go a thousand things, Like dates of Wars and deaths of kings. . :lf Dk JF And through her veins, caught in this Web Life and color and sound will ebb. . . Fifty-one 165 ax 2 rg 65'-1' s , Q 6 KATHIfiRINli L. STONE Lexington, Nlzlssachusetts Four Years College Preparatory for Vassar Athletic Association President of Interpreters Glee Cluh Head of Ring Committee Dress Committee Social Committee Nor ever faltered in your Work, Nor ever failed Z1 friend. . . Fifty-two NANCY STIRLING Mechanicville, New York Four Years College Prcparalory for C07l7lKt'lll'Ilf Athletic Association 'Tis well to he merry and Wise: . 'Tis well to he honest and true. l A 0 pax- 3? lffva 5 Z 'Q . as Eiga Jef, 21 'T cl Tl SARAH PENIBILRTON TAYLOR Hartford, Connecticut Four Years College Preparalory for Saralz Lawrence Athletic Association Interpreters Hockey Team Head of Tennis Head of Roller Skating A spirit intense and rare, with trace on trace Of passionate impudence and energy. . ALISON TENNANT Hammond, Indiana Two Years College Preparatory for U. of Clzicugo Athletic Association Kappa Kappa Tau CPresidentj GARGOYLIC Board Glee Club Senior Cheer Leader You are far more than Wandering air, And nearer than the arrogant stars. . And no fair things are yet so fair, That they may be your avatars. . Fifty-three 45 N ,Q EJ .W 1 531-6'3"-1 ff 1: L fic, ' -nz' ' Gray' aqua 5, 4 au X' A FTE? 5 6403 Sas? ICVICLYN UNDERHILL Scarsdale, New York Four Years General Course Athletic Association Glee Club Interpreters Small, shapely, richly crowned with hair. Fifty-fouz' Hockey Team Interpreters Glee Club l"i 1 li Y 1 g5QWr,j, v gig 1' 4 V ffs 5 ,H xr 1, ,J 1594 4 P A1 DORIS TUCKER Bronxville, New York Three Years College Preparatory for Leland Stanford Athletic Association Christian Association CVice-Presidentj "Come, Wander with me," she said "Into regions yet untrod i And read what is still unread . l ln the manuscripts of God." . Q. K, 4 5 M5 ELIZABIQTH VVALI, Scranton, Pennsylvania Three Years College Preparatory for Wells Athletic Association Glee Club Choir Kappa Kappa Tau Her shining voice rang Like Stars dropped in glass.. l AMY WASHBURN Boston, Nlassachusetts Three Years MP :gm fq as J R235 I 'Y T l lvl? 5 F sinh, , WYIKY I i A College Preparatory for Raflrlije Head of Entertainment Hockey Team QCaptainj Glee Club Choir Athletic Association She is a Hower, a song, a struggle, a Wild SIIOFYII. . . . . Fifty-five lb W f-dill! H249 . it .Wy 1 ' fasgfffe, .91 ' . I 'IP vi x,J G 6 ij woe? l JUSTINIL w11,soN A Toledo, Ohio Four Years College Preparatory for Vassar Athletic Association Interpreters Basketball Team lSubstitute 1 should like to live in a ball While vivid lips of song . My leaping, lingering tale unfurled . Of a fate six stanzas long. Fifty-six fiilm ,QP LOIS PARKER XVILKINSON Little Silver, New Jersey Three Years College Preparatory Coursf Athletic Association Senior Class QTreasurerl Student Council Glee Club Interpreters Hockey Team Your wild-bird heart that . . liver hoped to roam, . . . That ever for the bluer distance yearned And on each bough of beauty was at home D ad world, 4 5 A 5 no l me 11 LW. -' NIARY XVOLD Schenectady, New York One Year Collage Pl'l'ffllI'llf0l':V for lVfflle.vff"v Athletic :Xssocintion Glee Club Hnsten, nymph, and bring with thee ,lest and youthful jollity. . . Fifty-seven enior ang ' , I I . 4 llll - 'TC IIEIIIIIIHIHIEIIHI IUIIIIQIIIIUIZEIU III!! I-Q FIHHICIIMS 'Q ' - Q ' .-'H 'f tm HL71+f4H,,m,A if Illll I Q ' d " If PU LPLV E - ' 0 gli! lllinnp , I-ll i I lu . I ' . .' ,nz , gl, , .1 nv wa ll I mg1l:zll.n..lml.ul.aogll:l an lm u IL 1 lm 1 Sl Ill'l-I-IQDII-QEBQIIFQII-I IIIHQDII ' , u L . Q F 5 il ' L ' ' ' I ' P 9 0 an llllllllllllll 3 MSIEII IIIIEIIIIIIIIIEIEIIEIIP lfl IW ll! IP i llllTFl'lI'll'!lIIIIJIIIIIIIUIIIIZIIIIIIUZ I g ., . 1 .,, 1 3. . , --, : . IIS! ,I 1 7m', 1- , , , ,A sei. . L 2'f : I 2 :.:i': 5 X . . V ' V A , 0 I T M M MDM 9 5 - 3. 1. b 0. 0 "9- rmmw li 7. . .WI ,. f, E '1 P P ,Hg i,'i3.L.a1 v ef'-'fp ' -33: H 552331: 1 , ,-:QV-' ' Am .psy A Wm? are Senior bang W'0rds by Gwendolyn Pratt Mzz.vir' by Cynthia Chamberlain Dear Emma 4VVillard, swift the days Have brought the parting of our ways. We go, nor soon shall We return, But bright thy spirit torch will burn, And shed its living rays. CHORUS O lovely light, as Vestal flame, Kindled by one of noble name, We hold thee high that thy clear light May search the shadows of life's night And shine a challenge to our aim. Dear school whose spirit reaches high, In wisdom spanning earth and sky, Farewell, but rest within thee deep The promise that thy faith will keep Our hearts and eyes held high. 05 0 'Y r. La, 7 jAf"v 1 il G irc- x 1 If Yr f"aVi.'Uls'l 1 L ' J ' IH ' ' xJ. Q 0? nw J aux L fi, 0 0 Q 6 C 'f S ixty Qlum Zlauhe bzniurs, 1932 MARTHA CLARK ELIZABETH FESSENDEN SARAH FROST MARY HOOKIER MARY MCGONIGAL ELSIE MATTIS ALICE NEWTON GWENDOLYN PRATT JEAN REID CHRISTINE ROBINSON JEAN SUPER KATHARINE STONE ll G5 ,Al 'LM ma YL wearers nf the QE. TBM. MARTIIA CLARK EVELYN GABEL MARY KEYS MARY MCGONIGAL ELSIE MATTIS I 5 M inf. 'f if '17 51.2 J ' A fl? vmx J Wi-Ri Sixty-one El'iUliHI'5 f7-'N ' A QIKJ X491 li YI , z 'fi' ji 'Y gfw A E55 5 NIL nu . Szffty iiuninr Qlilass 19314932 Ojifers-First Term JULIA ANIIRUS ...... Pl'l?.ViI!l?llf CATII1-LRINIQ I1aBo'1'soN . Viff?-I,fE.fidL?IIl lfIMILY ABIC1. . . Sefremry ANN FORD . Trea.v1Irer MARION I-IANCOCK NANCY KIMBIQRLY ROBICRTA KUIQIILIQR ELIZABETH COLBY EMILY ABl'1L Es'1'II1aR AGI-:R IfII,IzAIzIc'1'H AMIQS JULIA ANDRIIS ZLLLA APPIQLT BIQTTY ARMITAGII: El,IZABli'l'II AYICR -four Serond Term . , President Vice-President . Scrrerary . . . Treaxurvr ELIZAIIIQTII BAGG DIIRIS BAINRRIIIGIQ JANIUI' BIQNJAMIN NA'1'AI,IIC BIeR'I'IIo'I,II VIRGINIA BIRD HI'2I,I'1N B1,ACKIfoRn LUIS BRADLIQY 45 g.J"'Q'1 Qi? 0,5 cg xg ex J IBN 5 ftwgfx S V Q32 buf, MARY BI'I.I, ANNABIEI, BVRIQIIARDT JEAN CLVETT ELIZABIi'l'II COLBY IVIARGARICT CONIQLIN ROSALIND COOKE VIRGINIA CRANE CYNTIIIA CVDDICBACK BETTY DAVIS NIARGARIET DAYISON NIARGARICT DI'1KNA'1'IiI. BTARY LINCOLN DIENISCJN LILLIAN IDEWICY JANE GREY DLfDI,EY ICI,INOR IDUTCIIIER BIARGARICT EGY BICTTY EIDAM JACQl'I'1I,lNI2 EVANS FRI-:DA FILLEY NIARGARIET FINIILIANE EVOENIA FISCHIQR ANN FORD BlC'1'TY FRENCII ELEANUR FRY CORNELIA FVNKHOUSER PRISCILLA GEORGE RUTII GRAVICS MARION HANCOCK JANE HARRIS LUIS HEAD HICLIAIN HI'2llJRIl'lI BARBARA HEss DOROTHY HINRICIIS JANE HUME CATIIERINE IBBUTSON MARY LOUISE IDICMA BETTY JANE JOIINSON BARBARA JOHNSTON ELICANOR JONES CONSTANCIC KENNEDY BISTTY KETCIIUIVI NANi'X' KIMBERLY S'i.rty-j'i1'f 63-'N .. ROBERTA KOEHLER JESSIE LAMB ELIEANOR LARKIN FLORENCE LEE DORIS LIBBISY ZADA LIMBIZRICK ELIZABETH MCBRIDE CATIIERINE MCEWAN MARX' JANE MAINS JANET MALLEY FRANCES MARX LOUISE lVIA'l'THII5S VVINIFRICD MAXWELL VIRGINIA MEAIJ IVIILDRIED MENNILN MARGIKERITE MIGEL -JANE MILLER JUNE MILLER MARY SAGE MONTAGII Ii ROMA NILES NANC'Y NUSBAUM LYDIA OICSTIERLE MOLLY RUTII OWEN JANE BEIELER FRANCES BLATCH MARION BOWMAN JANE COFFEE AII,PZPZN FRASER IRICNE FRIEEMYICR SALLY HCJBAR'I' JICANNIS MACCIIESNEY S'1zM-six 1975. QM' 'flnsiw MARION PARIIAM ELIZABETH PLEASE BARBARA PICCK ANNETTE PIIILBRIGK MARION PODMORE POLLY PORTIEOUS 1zII.INOR REED MARY REED PATRICIA RIGIIARDSON MARGARET SAMPSON MARGARET SHEDDAN JESSIE SILVERS SALLY SMITH GRETCIIEN STEYENSON ELIZABETH SUTHERLAND BARBARA SWENSON MARY TLTRNBULL MARION TWIGIIELL MARGARET VOORII EES BIf2T'l'Y WAKEMAN ALICE VVILLIAMS MARTHA WYANT HELEN ZWICK Third Form IDA MCCOGIIRANE GWYENETII IVICIIAREN BARBARA MARTIN ELIZABETH POOLE BARBARA RIIODES BETTY SCOTT ALMEDA SHUTTS MARJORIE VVALKER BARBARA VVOUDHOUSIE Wu? WE 45 48 'Y D -AQ-L ,MV .H ggifyf-fig? !Al f 'Ei Ju A ww! LWfi5i J lfifwbef upuumurnas A 0 Q"5 19211139 1 Sfwmwj ,LJ Q45 av 'Mn -1 'X-4 Sri 0 Svupbumure QBffi:ers Fi rs! Term NI.-XR'l'llA Kklflculck . . . President Rl"l'I1 BALL . Vife-President MARY W1e1.c'11 . Serrezary RVTII Goulmlmz . Treasurer nlv 0 W I avegii - 'fix 5' 3 5:91213 VIQCXIJ: 'E W? ll AN I mx M 7' E619 Y I JJ ! A V 1 Sophomore Qlilass ELIZABETII ANDRITS ISABEL BAKER RUTH BALI. ELIZABETII BARBER IIILLIAN BASSIQK BETTY BERGSTRUM MARY BRAY CHARLOTTE BRCCKNER JULIA BUTLER CAROLINE CAIRD BARBARA CARRINGTON LUCY CHAMBERLAIN RHODA CHAPIN H. LAURAINE CHILD PHYLLIS CLARKE WINNABIELLP1 COFFEE ELIZABETH EATON MADELPZINIC FIscHER EILEEN GALLAGIIER ELIZABETH GAMBLE ANN GOOCH RUTII GOOOALE ELIZABETII GRACY QUENDRID GRAINGER POLLY HAI,E SUZANNE I'IA'l'HAVVAY CHRISTIE HCJIISTON HPILEN HIfN'1'INGTIJN 19314932 BARBARA KEEP MARGARET KENNEDY VIRGINIA KEYS MARGARP11' KILCAWLEY INEZ KRECH MARTHA KRUEGER MARICJN LEE MARGARET MLTKIiI'I SALLY MARSTON BETSY MARVIN MARY RICE MAXWELL SYLVIA IVIOOIRE JANE MORRISON RUTII PARTRIDGI5 CATHERINE PAYNE PEGGY POLK KATIIARINE PROCTOR HELEN PULSIFER WANDY RENFERT RUTH AMY RICKMAN KATE SANFORD MARY ELIZABETH SHARP JOSEPHINE SMITH ANNA STIEGLITZ BABICTTE STURSBERG RUTH THOMPSON MARY WELCH NIAR-IORIE WELLIES ELIZABETH WHITNEY Seventy-one r I i I HE5kIK1ElI QI r N ,419 1 C J W 'hd A Qlhfu 0 5 -M, ff 75,5 1 xi 1 'Q-,vi C, 1 I 'S -4 A aw ,vw jfresbnwn Glass AIARY Rl"l'll A1.1,lcN NIARY FRANVIQS ANDRVS lNflARc:AR1c'1' B1cs'r SA1,1,Y DIiI'xRlil'lS'l' lC1,izA1s1a'1'11 D1ax'l'lak FRANCES Duncan KA'1'111,1c1aN DoNNla1.1,Y HARR11c'1' lis'1'A1sRcmK KA'1'l11cRlN1c G11.c'm'Nla l'I1,1zA1slc'1'11 ANN Glue l'f1,lzA1ala'1'l1 ANN GRN IfRANc1as Hums jl's'rlN f11iRMANN S fniy-four ICN VN NANU' Ho1sAR'1' JIQAN ,lows CAROLYN JUNIQS SLfsANNA11 KING CAROLYN LANSING Lois LHAR GRACE NIL'NAl'i3ll'l'CJN IRIQNIQ NIIENNICN JANL-tr MURRIS ELAINE NIURRISON NIARY OAKLLQY HIil,I41N PARM14:N'1'1aR FANNY-JANE SMITH I PPM' 2? . -X QMS iid-LA-Ki fdifl If. ' Mg SW Clam yawn! ,funk 'ffjxz 11161, Bfutinitifg 613 7 4 L ,WL .1 H 'Ax -Nw me Jl'l,IA IJARDIN, Clmirmzm Cx'N'1'um NIORGAN l'Iv1a1,x'N Cimslal, l':I.SllC NIA'l"I'lS ISAB1-:1,1.l-1 Ami-3 Lois W11,K1NsoN . NA'X'l'.1Xl,lIi Rmslck'1'suN MARY Kms . . MARY CHIPMAN I':l,IZAl5li'l'II -Iowlcs . I':I.lZAl5li'l'II lifxmlcs . ,S'z'7'1'11ly-r'1'yl1I K btuhent Qluunril . . Prfnvidunt of Sllrdwzt GofL'ernn1enI . . . l'r'e.virfw1I of Senior Class . l'in'-l'n'.viz!v1zl ofSll1a'1'H! Gll1'c'l'7llll6lll . l'irc-l'r'ff.vid1'11t of Senior Claw . Sz'z'r'c!ary of Senior Class . Treasllrrr of Senior Class . . . Head of Ilousef . l'rc.vi1!w1l of qlllzfvlif' .1.vso4'iz1lion llzfad of Study lla!! . . llffad of Library . llcfud of lJ1'v5.v Committee fir ' 'fu rs 7' 4 Wm Jn1 JULIA PLXRDIN EVICLYN GABICL . CYN'1'mA NIURGAN . ELs11s MA'1"1'1s . JULIA ANDRUS . ANABIEI. BVRKIIARDT RUTH BALL . . NIARTIIA KRVIQGIQR . 1'1X'lil,YN GABIQ1., Cha AMY VVASHBLYRN JEAN SUPER . KA'1'H1f:R1N14: S'mN1f: Coo1,IaY GRAYICS . NA'l'A1.Il5 BIiR'l'IIOI,D VVANDY R1aNF1aR'1' legislative Qlummittee President of Sludenl Cofeernment . Vif'e-President of Student Cofeernmenl . . . Presideni of Senior Class . . Vire-President of Senior Class President of Junior Class fFirsl Ternij funior Represenmliwse . . . . Sophomore Representalifve . President ofSoplzo1n0re Class Qlfirst Ternzj burial fliummittee irnmn . Vife-Presidenl of Sludenl Gofvernnzent . llead of Enlerlczinnzenl Committee . Head of Clzrislian ,lssoeialion . President of Interpreters Head of Health Junior Represeniatifve . Soplz o nz o re Represen lalifve Serzfenfy-uiizr i .A 13, 4 ll A 5 gg. AVQUQE, . 5-:SWK " .Ax f, 4 1 5 7 3. ?iveQlLmffJ'1 'IQLX In Gargoyle Baath 'l'i1iacmoRA NIACGRICGUR . Editor-in-Clzivf NI.-XR'l'lliX CLARK . . . . Bitsiticxs Ailaiitzger MARuixRia'1' GURMLY .-lxmttint l3ii.vitzff,s5 Alantigvr AIIQAN AINIIQRZNIAN . . . . ,tri Editor N.fX'l'i'X1.ll'1 RrmlcR'1'suN . .1.vsi,vi11n1 ,-lrt Editor l'il,SlIC Mix'r'1'1s . . . l,itt-rory Editor lsA1a1c1,1,xa Amis .issoritittf Ijtvrtiry Editor SiXl,l,lli CAMv1a12l,1, Jssoritzlif 1,itvrtiry Editor lf:I.IZAlSIC'l'lI ICAMICS fssofizltt' I,itw-tiry Editor FIAJRIQNCIQ BINGIIAM flsxovitite I,iif't'ary Editor SARAH FROST . Jyeoviattf I,iterar,v Editor NIARY IIOUKICR . 1.v.cot'iate Idterary Editor A1,1soN 'I'ieNNAN'l' Plzotogrtiplzir Editor CATIIICRINIC LAW . . Sntipylzot Editor Eighty 4 Y ' -"V .f'i4" v ' ' 335111 5 B 123 fn fa . oo it ' fuss? Triangle Baath MARX' MCGUNIGAL, '33 NIARY JANE MAINS, '33 .IRAN Rum, '32 . . GNVIENDULYN PRATT, '32 NIARTIIA CLARK, '32 . ANABIQL BURKHARDT, '33 RUTH BALL, '34 . . SARAH FROST, '32 BETTY ARMITAGIQ, '33 SALLY HtJBART, '33 ELSIE MATTIS, '32 JEAN CLULTT, '33 NIRS. PAUL OWEN, '07 . ,lssistant Editor-in-Chief .fsxorialc Editor Bztsirzcss Matzager' Literary Editor Literary Editor Literary Editor Literary Editor News Editor Bllsiness Muttager' . ,lrt Editor Exflzmzge Editor ,itlzletif Editor 1111177171616 Editor Eighty-one f bi? ,335 L 15 5 lfxllfffgg? D 6Sh'?xu'3:igi? z clrgfbm, C1863 J 1 f, Uwe. ?: f, -x'N:., .fi f if ' 'qi kt Q:y":' ' frk A I A 'kd' A j J H532 655539 Qlhristian Qssuciatiun .IRAN SUPER ...... l,f6'.YiIif'f1f DORIS 'l'l'c'KIQR . Vin'-I'r'e.vi1frf1I I ig.'111'y-two 4-QQQQE 1 .ffm -5 r " 5 HIT. , ' dw L kappa kappa Ufau AI,IsIIN 'IKIENNANT liI'IcI,YN GAIIEI, . VIRGINIA CL'R'I'Is . EMILY AIIEI. AMY BISIIIIP NIARY CIIIPIIIAN SARAII FROST CIIRNELIA FIINRIIAI -IIILIA HI'XRI7lN BARBARA .IoIINs'I'oN RrIIaER'I'A KIIIILER 'SER . Presidenl . Vire-President Sefreiary- Treasurer MARY JANE MAINS ELSIIC MATTIS MILDREII MPINNEZN JUNE MILLER RUIWA NILES NA1'ALII41 RoIaER'I'soN ELIzAIaE'I'II VVALL BETTY VVAKEMAN Eighty-flzrrr J? 0 45 . 1g-,.rrp..J ltd.-fy.. 6 QE The interpreters Omt'67'5 KANIARINE STONE . . President F1,oR1aNCI4: BINGIIAIW Vive-Presiderzt JEAN AMISRMAN . SC'l'l'6flI7'y-Tf6d.YIl1'6l' Ezghty-four 05 fe 1 EANLQJ FWED5 S155 , 0 0 P 1 S3 s Af' 's 2 If .J tiny ,, I 'G f ISABELLE ADIE JEAN AMERMAN ELIZABETH AMES JUDY ANDRUS MARY AUSTIN ELIZABETH AYIER JANE BEELER NAT'ALIE BER'I'HO,LD FLORENCE BINGHAM MARION BOWMAN ASTRID BREASTED ELIZABETH BUTLER ESTHER CAMPBELL SALLIE CAMPBELL VIRGINIA CRANE MARGARET DEKNATEL MARY LINCOLN DENISON JANE GREY DUDLEY ELINOR DUTCHER ELIZABETH EAMES SARAH EVIQRETT ELIZABETH EVERSMAN ELEANOR FAIRCIIILD EUGENIA FISCHER ANN FORD ANNA FRANCES FREAR ELIZABETH FRENCH COOLEY GRAVES FRANCIS GREGORY CORNELIA GROSS MARION HANCOCK MARY HOOKER JANE HUME ELEANOR JONES ELIZABETH JONES MARY' KEYS NANf'Y' KIMBERLY CATHERINE LAW THEODORA MACGREGOR BARBARA MARTIN MARY SAGE MON'I'AGUE NANCY NUSSBAUM , MARION PARHAM ANNETTE PHILBUCK URSULA POOR HARMCJNA POTTER ELINOR REED MARY REED CHRISTINE ROBINSON ELIZABETH ROSE MARY ROSS POLLY SCIIWABLE JESSIE SILVERS SALLY SMITII JEAN SOPER MARGARET SNYDER MARY B. STEARNS KATHARINE STONE BARBARA SVVENSON SALLY TAYLOR DORIS TUCKER EVELYN UNDERHILL MARGARET VORHEES LOIS WILKINSON JUSTINE WILSON MARTHA WYANT' Ezghty Jive 05 05 3545 al N Q in J QJQHXJ ll .5 :. i3i'Yx.fgr.j"i? 5 3 6 6 V-Zkinwff 'fk4sJ 1 pk 1 W 6182 Cdlluh D1A:1xoRAH OWIQNS . . . . President NANCX' HARIDY' . . Lilzrarian EL1zAsr:'1'H WALL . Secretary Eiglzty-six S55 11 - - WL - VMTN I" 4 5 I L 'P W A 5 'M LI 1 7 3 xx gg, dp' I'lI""jyJ z 5 5 ' - -"9 vw Wgjb ' at A rkosht BQ 1 Members uf tbz Else Qtluh EMILY ABEL ISABELLE AIJIE ESTHER AGER JUDY ANDRUS NATALIIf2 BERTHOLD ASTRID BREASTICD MARY BULL CYNTHIA CHAMBERLAIN MARY CHIPMAN ANN CLIFTON ELIZABETH COLBY VIRGINIA CURTIS ELIZABETH DAVIS JANE GREY DUDLEY ELINOR DUTCLIER ELIZABETH EAMES ELEANUR FAIRCHILD MARClARIE'1' FINUCANIE ANNA FRANCES FREAR ELIZABETH FRENCH SARAH FROST ELEANOR FRY EVELYN GABISL COOLEY GRAVES JULIA HARDIN HELEN HIEIDRICH SALLY HOBAR'1' MARY HOOKER CATHERINE IBBOTSON BETTY JANE JOHNSON ELIZABETH JONES BETTY KETCHUM MARY KEYS NANCY KIMBERLY SALLY LANCTOT MARY JANE MAINS ELSIIC MATTIS VIRGINIA MEAIJ MILDRED MFZNNFLN JUNE MlLI,ER CYNTHIA MLJRGAN JANE MORRISON ROMA NILRS MOLLY OWEN MARION PARHAM ANNETTE PHILBRIQR SALLY PIKE MARY REED NAT'ALlPl ROBERTSON POLLY SCHWABLE MARGARET SNYDER KATHERINE STONE ALISON TENNANT DORIS TUCKER EVELYN UNDERIIII,I, AMY WASHBURN LOIS WILKINSON MARX' WOLD MARTHA WYANT Eighty-srzfrn MII 'mv 6531? C Q53 D 0 0 J' JI, .L I le, ciqul Q .JYIIYS I W.: X 4 JA gg SYIIA. ,AA DICISIJRAII CUVVIZNS . AXNNA FRANcIcs FRIQAR . ELICANOR FAIRCIIILD . EMILY ABEL ISAIIIQLLIQ AIIIIQ MARY BULL CYN'I'IIIA CIIAIYIIIIQRLAIN I11I.IzAIsIa'I'I1 COLBY VIRGINIA CI'R'1'Is JANI: GRIQY DIIIILIQY ILVIQLYN GAIIIQL CUULIQY GRAVIQS JULIA HARIJIN CATIIIQLRINIQ IIIIIOTSON ljI.IzAIsIa'I'I1 JONIQS Qibnir Ojicers . Prafidefzi Vive-President . Secretary MARY KEYS SALLY LANCTOT ELSII5 MAT'1'Is JUNE MILLER JANII MORRISON ROMA NILICS MARION PARIIAM LANNlL'1"1'E PIIILBRICK NA'1'ALI IE ROR uR'1'sON MARY REED I1lLIzAIsE'I'I1 VVALL AMY WASIIIILIRN lVIAR'I'HA VVYANT Eiqllzty-ciy1It 5 R Q, , AE -'if' ' , E51 AQ A - 's A 'N isa f 689 lim ll 4' -5 ' Quail I NA'l'ALIlE ROBERTSON I-IELICN GRAY . EUGENIA FISCHER MARY BULL . RUTH PARTRIDGR . MARY NVIQLCII . QE'rcbestra Violin Cello Violin Violin Violin Piano Eighty-nine ATN :G s 10 xy Ugg' -J v .5 ,Y , ,., iggpqf Qklgk xv 5 Fxfs X rrN4s!1 Q9 E 1 MARY KEYS Coo1,1aY GRAVIQS ICLINUR Rlalan MARY KEYS Coo1,1cY GRAVPLS ELINUR RIQICD BIZSSIIC BARBER FRANc'1as l'1IilNS IN mety Zltbletin Qssuciatiun . . . . . President Vive-President Secretary-Treaszzrer Qtbletir Qllnumil . . . . President Vice-President . Serremry-Treasurer Sophomore Repre,venmli'L'e . Freshman Represeniatifue ll III" f Pg A 'MIN 'M' I Y if 554285 hihggif filllw 5 3 LI. GWENIIOLYN PRATT VIRGINIA CURTIS . FRANCES GREGORY ASTRID BREASTISD YAYLICIE NEW'TlJN . SALLY TAYLOR . I':I,IZABIC'I'II ROSE . Ziaeahs of Smarts fl rvlzery . Baylcetball Croquet Hockey . Ping Pong Roller Skating . Swimming Ninety-one rnxt? rtxtl. C NUS D 'gag-7 L B Al tl v wg hw V135 'EA 5 lj qjhfw ww Cou1,1aY GRAVIZS . SALLY TAYLUR . Dcmls TVCKIQR . AMY VVASIIBURN . l51.1aANoR FAIRCHILD MARX' CHIPMAN . JULIA HARD'lN . EVIQLYN GABIQL . A11,1a1sN Gl"1'TINGIER GWIQNDULYN PRATT As'1'Rm BR1aAs'1-lan . DIERFLA HiJNXfl4lS . NAN4'X'HARlJX' . j1aAN AMIQRMAN . Lots W1LK1NsctN Ninrfty-two ifanskep Qlieam . . Center . . Right Inside . . Left Inside Right lVing, Captain Left llfing . Center Half . Left Half . Right ffalf Right Ftillbafk Left Fullbafk . . Goal Sltbstitute Substitute Substitute Substitute N H I Q rg :G 5 mf. 9 ,vw Basketball Exam VIRGINIA CURTIS . . . SIIZANNI1 me LIIRIQNZI . Side CIIRIs'IIINI4: RuIaINsoN . . MARY KEYS . CYNTIIIA MORGAN ELSIIQ MATTIS . HIQLIQN GRAY I,YImIA BULL MARY AIISTIN . . Center Cenfer, C,ap1ain . Forward Forward Guard Guard Silbjlifllflf Sulzslillrle Sllbjliflllll Nimviy-tI1I'ee . 0 f-r Q-I hr? . 3'qvn!gj',' v C 'EM F' r 1 ' ' K Ii ITN , 11 "5 as 14 Q52 'Wu 'Q' ,L W I 4' .. .. ml Mar an . , Ml- " - V 'Wann U1 Q. ml X, 5 Che. X fin , 609932625 ns s 'N :W h fwhe? 5, f:g:j ISSJ : 13 r lM3Ji r V I . I 'T - sg If la 13 Q53 ' NJN . Beinrarnatiuns ISABELLE AIJIE . JEAN AMERMAN . . . NIARY AUSTIN 4..... IPLURIQNCIQ BINGHAM .. AMY BISHOP .,.... ASTRID BREASTEII .. FLORENCE BRIGIIAM . . IJYDIA BULL ...... . ELIZABETII BUTLER . . ESTHER CAMPBELL .. SALLIIE CAMPBELL .... CYNTHIA CIIAMBERLAIN NIARY CHIPMAN ..... MARTHA CLARK .. ANNE CLIFTON .... ISLIZABETH COUZIENS . . VIRGINIA CURTIS .. . JANE DAVIS ........ SUZANNE DE LORENZI. ELIZABETH DOYLE .. ELIZABETH EAMES .. SARAII EVERETT ..... ELIZABETH EVERSMAN ELICANOR FAIRUHILII . , ELIZABETH FESSENIIEN ANNA FRANCES FREAR. 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MARY MCGKJNIGAL ELSIE MATTIS . . . SYBIL MOORE .. , . . CYNTHIA MORGAN . ALICE NEWTON MARGARET NICHOLS CORINNE NOLTIE .. ELAINE OWEN . . DEBORAH OWENS . . I A W I 312942551 :Lk In L Ill W ..J fade-folored Plume J Buoy Corduroy J Red Cocleade ..J Sunflower .. . . .Jn Justin . .J llfindow Shade . . . .J Clzuflcle . .J Rembrandt Painting J Flower Pot ..J Barberry Bush . .J Deer ..J Sfottislz Terrier . . ,J Sunbonnet . Jn Opaleseent Nerlelaee . ..J Dimple . .J Brown Fur Mzlf . . . . . .J Knmquat J Teddy Bear . . . . . .J Castle in Spain Peter Pan ..J Blaele Umbrella . . J Blue Paelcard Roadster J Lily-of-the-Valley . . . . .J Mola.v5e.v Pop-Corn Ball J Tall Mirror' lVl1ile Kid Glofues . . .J Saxophone N 'i11,efy-.vom I 4 5 1-Af 1119? I aw A Q fgi - gig 5 Aw J gi 1 , 555. U.M..L.. Www 2 Law. 1.44. X 214.4fLJQ4,1 1 "F-, X QM ' A, r. L Ii lf, v,,5:,.r rw- l ' K K5 carol 4 WIRE?-U15 I-IARRIET PATTERSON SALLIIC PIKE ....... URSULA POOR .... HARMONA POTTER . GWICNDOLYN PRATT . JEAN REID ....... 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C jfigcxj 15 W h K K N mg 4. . me y I "W Vilas! 1 V' NJ' Sun. Slvvnvvsfmc - 6 hARN5l 5 4, ,Iggy Lui-NX' I . "4 qlk- gum E I x n UI I- ,' ' fychfx 17,141 X . ml? M17 i'ajM,1? Qimjii ffzws,-J Mass? 4 A I L , y, .aim it nfs fiidtiffg fied? T ts - Q A P Q freshman Qtlass ann 1Buints Mpmarh A train ride, a bit of striped colored silk pinned on our coats, Mr. Dalton with his taxis, and We had arrived! How big everything seemed and how little and lost we were! It was not long, however, until we too strode along the corridors with brows wrinkled over "that terrible algebra lesson," and until we too knew the delights of Sleepovers and Oreos-yes, and We sigh as we remember, of Hersheys at the Tea House. Our first Revels thrilled us and held us spellbound, although our youth condemned us to the Dress Rehearsal. With what a superior delight we took charge of our own tickets and our own selves on this first vaca- tion. Then back we came to our places, better organized and inhnitely more at home. We survived Mid-Year Examinations fthe capital letters are quite intentionalj, and before we could realize that the year was nearing its close we were plunged into the excitement of June Day Prac- tice and the delight of Step Singing and evening walks beneath the lilacs. Then came the tulip beds and the chair carrying, the thrill of Senior Play and Class Day, and the beauty of pink and white which help to make up an Emma Willard Commencement. Didnlt it seem nice in the fall to come back and know everyone and everything? But no, not quite everything-a stranger in our midst, the "Perfect Shoe." Now, at last, our uniforms were complete. This was the year when we welcomed the alumnae so warmly with the Play- house Fire, oh terrible and exciting day! But although the playhouse was gone, it was not long before Miss Kellas took us over to see our beautiful new Assembly Hall. Now we too could go to the real Revels and behold the Boar's Head, the blazing plum pudding, and the enthusi- astic guests. We experienced those "growing pains" which trouble the best of Sophomore Classes and then at last we were Juniors. It was such a big jump that next September. A Junior is so infinitely more important than a Sophomore. But not even the importance of seats in the Upper Study hall nor of our authority in Sage Hall could take away our enjoyment of certain of our former delights. Thanks- giving Dinner was just as much a masterpiece, the troubadour was just as entertaining, and our pound of candy was just as faithfully cherished One Hundred One lk 45 W? H1-ls. . .' f . . fsiligffw , ff?-'. asf A ww Q-,sm,JJ as ever before. But this was not alll There were the new and here- tofore unknown pleasures of abundant free evenings, of Prom, and of Junior-Senior Picnic. All these and more things reminded us that we were NEXT YEAR'S SENIORS! Then came the thrill of joy when the first meeting of the Incoming Seniors was called. How important we felt as we chose our own Head of Student Government and our own Council, as we sang to the Seniors at Senior Dinner and as we ordered our Senior Rings. We were promoted to bed-making at Commencement, and, pillow-laden, strode past the lowly tulip-diggers and lilac-cutters, with noses turned up in scorn. And then Koh final stroke of happinesslj we grew several inches with pride as we took our places on the steps fI.ibrary Steps though they werej and became the Senior Class of 1932. This year when we returned to the familiar home of 'fverbal forms, pediformes, and uniforms with collars," the homecoming was just a little different. Gone were the days of alarm clocks in the Study hall! Gone were the nights of dark ramblings in search of feasting Seniors. In their place was a sense of dignity and responsibility. Revels lost nothing by repetition, but rather gained in beauty and in significance as we realized that it was our last. As the painful beauty of "Cantique de Noel" drifted down to us in the Library, we felt we could not, would not give it all up, that it could not be gone forever. But who could remain sad or thoughtful when COFFEE in the LIBRARY was awaiting? So joyous laughter carried us past one more milestone in our school lives. Sweet strains of music and pleasant partners whiled away several of our even- ings, and Senior themes made days fly all too quickly. Our Senior Song, our Hoops, our Senior Play practice-as each arrived we felt again that thrill of importance. But now that the delight of Senior Dinner has passed and our longed-for Commencement Day draws near, we begin to wonder a little about the future and to feel the sorrow of parting. We shall miss the close comradeship of our old friends: we shall miss this lovely hill-top: and the teachers: and most of all, Miss Kellas, we shall miss you who have worked for us so lovingly and have guided us so in- spiringlyg and as we leave these gray walls, a part of the spirit which you, by your example and your teaching have instilled in us, will go with us and light for us the way. Om' Iluudrrd Two 0 ' A v -1 , . . me iw f VA,A'. H95 QQQIQQ? C MWZYXJ Q ff il: L 4,7 5 . C-12-T WRXQY 5'-UN 'W 'X H i7 7 nelwlv T CW' N 7'6'm'9 'Ina mn, 5146? H .Saad A Wx Q "u "lv 'Z ,H Qhlrksmc A I , ,J 415419 IL ,Mft 'Z ' ww.. F45 ,B f '1 J 0 Y' s J Win! -'N ,ilk C J ., A u 011855 of 1932 Presents runella LAIIRI:Nc'Ia HoURMoN and HARLIQY' GRANVILLE BARKER Under the direction of Mary Hare Thompson PIERROT . . . SCARAMEL . . . HAW'K . . KIQNNIQL . . . CALLOW . . Mourn . . . DKJLL . . . ROMP . . . TAWDRY . . CoQIIIz'1'TIc. . . TIALNUR ..... PRUNELLA .... PRIM ...., PRUDE .. . PRIVACY . . QUIEER .... QUAINT '... Boy ........... Low: ........... FIRST GARImNIaR. . SIQcoNIJ GARDHNILR. . . THIRD GARDENIQR. ...1 . . . .Virginia Cuirtiy ...Mdiny Bishop ... ...Sarah Frost . .Elizabethh Wall ,.....Elsie Mattis .. . ...Helen Gray . .Franees Gregory . . . .Sally Taylor . . . .lean Ilmerman . .Efuelyn Underhill . . . . .Julia Hardin lnna Franres Frear . . .Katherine Stone . . . . .Evelyn Gabel ..Mar'y MeGonigal . . . . . . ..Sallie Pike . . .Alison Tennant . .Harmona Potter . .Elizabeth Eames . . .lwary Chipinan . . . .Doris Tucker . . . .Mar'y Hooker One Hundred Five 05 ffm' F M 5 ' igtlx- ' 1853, 'ZNEQBJ lk Mlm 4 'W . Wk SMX 'Z .mm ' 0 Q ,1 " .. 4: 'MN ' iwv H 'AX..,1.,.q g VAW4, -- , qw 1 , M i ' f-as K :L K s V 5, ly f J , A 3, . fl 'wwf M.- My 1105.42 P0123 3-JMX lk .5 N -1,3 5 TAL f Q?QP2 1y gj?M.e'I?f'F "4 lm 5-W Jw. SJ- 'yum was fn W BJ 'fi 0 lr' 45 li W 1 saw .E I 1 4 at . 1 ' one me I Who 1 'Kass 1 Jfatultp anh Staff 193 1:1932 ASHLEY, MRS. HELEN VV ...... Ashwood Farm, North Rochester, Mass. BANGERT, MISS KATHRYN ..... 114 Katherine Street, Watertown, N. Y. BARNES, MISS LUELLA M ........ 125 Sixth Street Ccfo F. G. Alstonl, Aspinwall, Pittsburgh, Pa. BESIEGEL, MISS LUCIA ......... Lake Avenue, Great Barrington, Mass. BIGGS, MISS ESTHIER M ........ 310 S. Warren Avenue, Saginaw, Mich. BISEEE, MISS LYDIA. ...... .... ................... M o retown, Vt. BRACKETT, MISS GRACE W ....................... Berwick, Maine BREGA, lN1ISs MARY ........... 113 Wheeler Avenue, Brockton, Mass. BRUNAUD, MLLE. LYDIE .... ........ N euvicq-le-Chateau, Charente- Inferieure, France DAvENPoRT, MISS LOUISE ........ 43 W. Hoyt Street, Kingston, Penn. DODD, NIISS NIARY HELEN ....... 14 Sherman Street, Lexington, Mass. DEVLIN, Miss ELEANOR S .... 148 Buffalo Avenue, Niagara Falls, N. Y. ENDS, MISS BEATRIX ...... ......... 6 4 Maple Avenue, Troy, N. Y. EVANS, MRS. FRANCES I ..... ..... 1 35 Maple Avenue, Troy, N. Y. HAM11,'1'CJN, MISS RIYTII A ......... 29 Wellington Street, Athol, Mass. HAWRINS, MISS EMMA MORRILL ............ 2128 Confederate Place, Louisville, Ky. HOUG11'1'0N, MISS VIRGINIA ........ 1 Prescott Lane, Greenwich, Conn. INSLEIS, MRS. LOUISE E ........ 2535 Iroquois Avenue, Detroit, Mich. JERALDS, MRS. GRACE B ............. 363 State Street, Albany, N. Y. KIELLAS, Miss KA'1'I'lERlNE M ..... Emma Willard School, Troy, N. Y. KENNEDY, MISS EVELYN R .......... 208 Prospect Street, Ithaca, N. Y. KENT, MISS ELIZABETH E ...... ...... T he Caldwell, Troy, N. Y. KIRKLAND, MRS. DoRoTI1Y H ...................... Cambridge, Ill. LYON, MISS HAZEL M .............. 27 Highland Avenue, Barre, Vt. NICCAUSLAND, MISS ELIZABETH ....... Alden Street, VVhitman, Mass. NICKEON, MISS LOUISE ........ ............. F alls Creek, Pa. One H uudred Eight F15 tl? . , I 0112" J L 23,1 0 , ., p ,V e,mIH.Q.2ix1 5 is v,.gvt,T,,. , -,115 Jimi "is-f I .13 -'11, ,fs--.L Nftxgk , Yes! vi..- FHM- 3 v. I I W' Jw -1. R Vflpuhv v,k,4,J4 lX'IANCHESTER, MISS ELLEN R ...., 13 Newport Avenue, Newport, R. I. J MAXWELL, MIss JANET .......... 131 Maxwell Avenue, Geneva, N. Y. lX'lILLER, MISS MARIIE F .......................... Jonesburg, Mo. MILLS, NIISS NIARY S ........ 147 Newtonville Avenue, Newton, Mass. IOMERUY, MISS SUPHIE E .............................. Troy, Pa. PUTWINIC, MISS ELIZARETII B .... ........ W arehouse Point, Conn. RAMSEY, MISS CLARINIIA ............ Woodbine Farm, Charlotte, Vt. RUBSON, MISS ELIZABETII A. .81 Hooker Avenue, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. RoSEIsRooK, MISS M. CORINNE ................ 107 Griswold Avenue, Delaware, Ohio SIMPSON, MISS ELIZAIIETIAI ......., Emma Willard School, Troy, N. Y. STEVENS, MISS MILDRED ............. 14 Albion Street, Passaic, N. SURLEAU, MLLE. LEA ..... "La Boissieref' Valentigney, Doubs, France THoMPsoN, MRS. MARY HARE .... 141 Lancaster Street, Albany, N. Y. VAN BUREN, MISS GRETCIIEN E ............. 121 East Fourth Street, Oswego, N. Y. XVATERMAN, MISS GRACE L .......... 37 Collins Avenue, Troy, N. Y. VVEAVER, MISS KATHARINE ...... 29 Sixth Avenue, Gloversville, N. Y. WILLIS, MRS. RUTH L .... ....... 1 44 Maple Ave., Troy, N. Y. VVILSON, MISS NIARY H ..... .... 4 l7 South Ridgewood Road, South Orange, N. HOUSE ANDPZRSON, MRS. MAT'TIE I ..... cfo Mrs. Lester Cole, Mahopac, N. Y. EI.LIoTT, MRS. ALICE B. . . ....... 6 Scott Street, Augusta, Maine GRAY, NIISS MARY' ............. 19 Clinton Avenue, Maplewood, N. MUMFoRD, MRS. CAROLYN C .............. 92 Prospect Park, West, Brooklyn, N. Y. JAMES, MISS JEAN E ............ 11 South Lake Avenue, Albany,N. Y. RoBER'I'soN, MRS. EMMA MAY .....,................ Mooers, N. Y. RolINDTREE, MRS. LILLIAN. . .808 Brookside Avenue, Charlotte, N. C. One Hundred Nine nits LI B R A R I A N 'uw' MAC LEAR, MISS NIARY ....... 423 VVest 120th Street, New York City LUNCH ROOM BROWN, Mlss NIABEL ................ 131 Third Street, Troy, N. Y. NURSE IDICMING, Mlss CORA H ........ 1369 Union Street, Schenectady, N. Y. OFFICE COFFEILN, MR. FRANK H .............. 1 East Sunnyside,Troy, N. Y. HAMSIlN, Miss LUCY L ......... 400 Hamilton Street, Syracuse, N. Y. 1'1l'TC1I1NS, Miss HELEN B ...... 1331 First Avenue, VVatervliet, N. Y. MARX, MISS HELEN J ..... .... 8 48 State Street, Schenectady, N. Y. MlLI.IiR, BE'l'TlNIi . . . .... ..... 4 Seymour Court, Troy, N. Y. PIANIST BARTIIcII,uMEW, MISS GRAC'I2 M .... 94 Saratoga Avenue, Cohoes, N. Y. SUPERVISORS OF FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE DORMITORY CAsIIo, NIISS EIIITII W .......................... Rehoboth, Mass. NlQT111JI.S, MRs. A. B ...... cfo Van Antwerp, 162 VVashington Avenue, Albany, N. Y. SUPERVISOR OF STUDY HALL DAY, MIss KATHLEEN M .... 181 jubilee Road, Halifax, N. S., Canada SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS KAPPS, MR. AIUIIN A. R ........... 2217 Fifteenth Street, Troy, N. Y. One Hurtdred Ten G5 05 Eg f o Gian v ,af ,ev 661919 Qcahemi: may Stuhents 19314932 ALLEN, MARY RUTH .... ...... 2427 Lavin Court, ,ARMITAG1-I, BETTY. . . . . BARNES, NIARIUN .... BRAY, MARY .... . CAIRD, CAROLINE .... CLARK, MARTHA ...... CL1EToN, ANNE LOUISE. . . CLUETT, JEAN ....... CoNK1.IN, MARGARET .... DE FRIEIEST, SALLY. . . DoY1.E, EL1zARE'1'I1 .... EGY, lXfIARGARIi'I' .,.. . EVANS, JAQUELINE .... FICSSIENDICN, ELIZABETH .... FILLICY, FRICDA ....... FREIi1N'IYIiR, IRICNIE .... GALLAG1-IRR, EILEEN. . . GILCOYNIE, KATIIARINE .... GoRMLY, lV1ARGARE'I'. . GRAINGICR, QL7IiNDRlIJ .... GRICIEN, BETTY .... . . HERNIANN, JUSTINE. . . HoRART, NANt'X'. . . HfJBAR'l', SALLY. . . . JONES, CARo1,YN ..... . . . .143 Pawling Ave., .. . .228 Pawling Ave., . . .113 Spring Ave., . . . .Brunswick Road, ....1988 Fifteenth St., . . . .300 Pawling Ave., . . . . .Pinewoods Ave., .. .1577 Tibbitts Ave., . . .183 Pawling Ave., Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy ...242 Saratoga St., Cohoes . . . .34 Elm Grove Ave., . . . .135 Maple Ave., . . .140 Oakwood Ave., ... .7-114th Sr., North, ....1714 Fifth Ave., . . .21 Westover Road, . . . . 1 Lakewood Place, . . . . . .37 Belle Ave., .. . .1567 Tibbitts Ave., Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy U. S. Arsenal, Watervliet .........112 Third St., Spring and Maple Aves., Spring and Maple Aves., 7 Lansing Ave., Troy Troy Troy Troy One Hundred cf 45 ,, 5 .- '.2:G,1 ' Q J Q6e,',iJif 1 A K 45 4 F wil? L 'g-if.. G 1, , 2,415 I ,LU NM.. .Sk A KI1.c'AwI,IaY, MARGARIi'l'. . . LAMB, JIESSIE ......... LEAR, Lois .... LIQIQ, FI.oRIeNcIc. . . LIci:, MARICJN .... LIBBIQY, DORIS ..... LIIvIIsRIcK, ZADA ....... MACCHESNEY, JRANNI5. MCBRIDR, ELIZABIQTII. . MCCOCHRANIE, IDA .... MCEWAN, CA'1'II12RINI:. MLTGCJNICEAL, EI.IzAIsIaTH .... MCGKPNIGAL, MARY. . . . MC'NAlJl9ki'FfJN, GRACIQ. MARVIN, BRTSY ...... . MCJCJRE, SYBIL ..... OAKI.P1Y, MARY. . . . . . . . . . .3 Detroit Ave., Troy . . . . .62 Woodrow Court, Troy Hudson River Road, Waterforci 9 . . . . . , .488 Pawling Ave Troy . . .488 Pawling Ave Troy . . . . . . .8 'Larch Ave Troy . . . .2113 Fifteenth St., Troy . . .460 Pawling Ave Troy . . . .66 Pinewoods Ave Troy F.D. 1,Tr0y . . . . . .1300 Sausse Ave., Troy . . . .86 Pinewoods Ave., Troy . . . . .86 Pinewoods Ave., Troy . . . .... Meadowbrook Ave., Midvule ... . . .197 Pawling Ave., Troy . . . .50 Green St., Mechanicvilie . . . . . . . .1647 Fifth Ave., Troy OWVEN, ELAINE ...... . . .10 Elm Grove Ave., Troy PARMICNTER, HILLRN .... ...... 4 0 First St., Troy PAYNR, CATIIIQRINIQ ................,......... East Schodack, PIKE, SALLIIQ ...... cfo Mr. Charles A. MacArthur, Spring Ave. Troy PoI.K, PEGGY .... .... 1 621 Tibbitts Ave., Troy, REID, JEAN .......... ........ 2 143 Fifth Ave., Troy, RICKMAN, RUTH AMY. . SAMPSON, 1VIARGARIi'I'. . . S'I'IRI.ING, NANQTY' ..... WELLRS, MARjoRIIc. . . One Hundred Twelve . . . .360 Sixth Ave., North, Troy, . . . . . . . . .808 Seneca St., Ithaca . . . .167 N. Main St., Mechanicville ...........35 Myrtle Ave., Troy N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N. Y N. Y N. Y Road N. Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y N.Y 4 5 I .15 S fzfkfixifig 4 5 W5 Resihente Bepartmznt ABEL, EMILY .... ADIE, ISAEELLE .... 193121932 . . .21 Walworth Av., Scarsdale, N. Y. . . . .168 Morgan St., Holyoke, Mass. AGER, ESTHER ...... .................. P ort Leyden, N. Y. AMERMAN, JEAN .... ...... 5 35 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Penna. AMES, ELIZABETH. . . ....... 25 Afterglow Ave., Montclair, N. ANDRUS, BETTY .......... 1903 Girard Ave., So., Minneapolis, Minn. ANDRI7s, JULIA ......... ANDRUS, MARX' FRANCES ..... APPELT, ZELLA ........ AUSTIN, MARY. . . . AYER, ELIZABETH. . . BAGG, ELIZABETH. . . BAINBRIDGIE, DORIS .... BAKER, ISAEEL ...... BALL, RUTH .......... BARBER, EILIZABETH ..... BASSICK, LILLIAN ..... BEELER, JANE ....... BENJAMIN, JANET ..... BERGSTROM, BETTY. . . . BERTIIOLD, NATALIE .... BEST, MARGARIET ...... BINGHAM, FLORENCE .... BIRD, VIRGINIA ........ BISHOP, AMY ............. . BLACKFORD, HELEN JANE .... BLATCII, FRANCES ....... . BOWMAN, MARION ..... BRADLEY, Lois ...... BREASTED, ASTRID ..... BRIGHAM, FLORENCE .... BRUCKNER, CHARLOTTE. . . . . . .650 N. Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. . . . . .650 N. Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. H330 Migeon Ave., Torrington, Conn. 1800 Eye St. N. VV., Washington, D. C. . . . . . .Fenimore Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. ...29 Chestnut Hill, Greenfield, Mass. . . .58 Melrose Place, Montclair, N. . . .11 Sherman Ave., VVhite Plains, N. Y ... .620 West 150th St., New York City ...............Green Farms, Conn. , . . .255 Park Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. . . . .329 Comstock Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. ....................Winsted, Conn. . . . .157 N. Park Ave., Neenah, Wis. . . . . . . .Cedar Knolls, Bronxville, N. Y. . . . . 16 Hillside Ave., Winchester, Mass. . . . . .823 N. Hamilton St., Saginaw, Mich. . . . . .743 Gramatan Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. . . . . . .15 West 73rd St., New York City . . . .241 Summit Ave., Hackensack, N. ...228 N. Laurel St., Hazleton, Penna. .......445-15th Ave., Paterson, N. .956 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn. ...5648 Dorchester Ave., Chicago, lll. ...15 Laflin Terrace, Pittsfield, Mass. . . . . .61 S. Lincoln St., Hinsdale, Ill. One Hundred Th irtccn 1 s C 12 :D I 3. f 1 W? ,Eg 1 Q 5 mv Q4 V A4511 BIIII., NIARY .... BUI.1., S. LYIIIA ....... JN Wink' ...........S17 E. State St., Ithaca, N.Y. . . .127 S. Hamilton St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. BURKIIARIIT, ANABICI. .... ....... 1 88 Madison Ave., Holyoke, Mass. BUTLER, ELIZAIIETII .... BII'I'I.ER, JULIE ....... CAMPIaEI.I., ESTIIICR .... CAIVIPIIELI., SALLIIC ..... . CARRINGTIIN, BARBARA. . CIIAMIIERI.AIN, I.I'cY. . . . . .lVIaple Lane Farm, Conyngham, Penna. . . . .Maple I.ane Farm, Conyngham, Penna. . . . . .674 Prospect Ave., Hartford, Conn. 74 N. Lafayette Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . . . . . . .129 Glenada Court, Freeport, L. I. CIIAMBIZRLAIN, CYNTIIIA .... ......... L ongacre, Lakeside, Mich. . ........... I.ongacre, Lakeside, Mich. . . .1328 Northampton St., Holyoke, Mass, CIIAPIN, RIIonA ...... CIIILD, H. I.AIIRAINE. .. Port Jefferson, I.. I. CHIPMAN, MARY .... ...., 5 6 Brimmer St., Boston, Mass. CLARKE, PIIYI.I.IS .... .... N orthampton St., Holyoke, Mass. CoEIfEI-1, IANIE ....... ...Commodore Apts., Des Moines, Iowa CoI-'rEE, WINNAIIELLE. . . .... Commodore Apts., Des Moines, Iowa CoI.IaY, EI.IzAIsE'rII ................ 31 Farlow Road, Newton, Mass. Cookie, RosAI.INIm. .64 Country Club I.ane, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. CRANE, VIRGINIA ............... 516 S. Warren Ave., Saginaw, Mich. CI'IIDEIaAcK, CYNIIIIA. . . CIIR'I'Is, VIRGINIA .... DAVIS, ELIZAIIETII .... DAX'lS, M. IANIZ ..... DAvIsoN, MARcIARI-:'r. . . .. . . . .47 W. Main St., Port Jervis, N. Y. .... . . . . . . . . . ."Hillcrest," Clinton, Iowa . .3034 Observatory Road, Cincinnati, Ohio .3034 Observatory Road, Cincinnati, Ohio . . . . .Pldgerstoune Road, Princeton, N. I. IDICKNATIQL, IVIARGARI-IT. . . ...... 234 Summit Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. DE I.oRENzI, SIISANNE ....... 3102 Miami Road, South Bend, Indiana DIEIQISCJN, INIARY I.INCo1.N ........... Cragmoor, Cape Cottage, Nlaine DEWEY, I.II.I.IAN ......... .... 4 Brook Lane, Scarsdale, N. Y. DEXTER, IiI.IzAIsE'I'II .............. 10 Sunset Terrace, Orange, Mass. DClDGl42, M. FRANCES .... 240 Van Cortlandt Park Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. DoNNEI.I.Y, KATIILEIZN. . DIIDLEY, JANE GREY. . . DITTCTIIER, l:lLINoR. ..... EAMES, EI.IzAIsIcTII ANN. Ona Hundred Fourteen .... . . . .12 Hampton St., Cranford, N. AI. . . .107 Hampshire Road, Syracuse, N. Y. . . . . .24 Walworth Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y. . . . .44 Brooklawn Place, Bridgeport, Conn. 2 4 B FA f . W JA' EATON, BETTY ........ EIDAM, BETTY ......... ESTABROOK, HARRIICT ..... .. EVERETT, SARAH ....... . . EVERSMAN, BETTY ..... FAIRCHILD, ELEANOR .... FINUCANE, MARGARET ....... F1sCi1ER, EUGENIA ..... F1sCHER, MADFZLIEINE. .. .... FORD, ANN .......... ,FN f..'P'M.1 - . 5 Qi L ffl ks-E, P5-I1 . .1154 Laurel Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. ....95 N. Vine St., Hazleton, Penna. .................Fayetteville, N. Y. .Kent Hill Road, Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . .2262 Collingwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio . . . . . 1 Van Nest Place, New York City . . . . . . . . .Clover St., Rochester, N. Y. 49 Erwin Park Road, Montclair, N. tl. 49 Erwin Park Road, Montclair, N. J. . .2150 Grand Blvd., Schenectady, N. Y. FRASER, AILIEIQN ............. 56 High Ridge Road, Hartford, Conn. FREAR, ANNA FRANCES ................. 65 Second St., Troy, N. Y. FRENCH, BETTY ........ .... 1 65 Summer St., Springfield, Vermont FROST, SARAH. .. ...... 1519 Beech St., Texarkana, Ark FRY, ELEANUR ........... .......... FUNKHOUSER, CoRNE1,lA ...... GABEL, EVICLYN ....... GAMELE, ELIZABETH. , . . . . GEoRGE, PRISCILLA .... Goocu, ANN ....... . GRAvEs, COOLIEY .... GRAVES, RUTH ....... GRAY, HEI.IEN LoU1sE. . GREGORY, FRANCES ..... GRoss, CoRNE1,1A ..... GUTTINGER, AILEEN. . . HALE, POLLY ........ . HANCOCK, MARION. . . HARDIN, JULIA ..... HARDY, NANC'X' ....... HARRIS, JANE ......... .406 Penn St., Camden, N. I . .639 Oak Hill Ave., Hagerstown, Md . .106 Prospect St., VVhite Plains, N. Y ..3451 Grand Ave., Des Moines, Iowa . . . . . . . R. F. D. 3, Pontiac, Michigan 2025 S. 25th St., Lincoln, Neb GoonALE, RUTH ......... 335 Wolcott Hill Road, VVethersfield, Conn GRACY, ELIZABETH ............ 14 Underclifl Road, Montclair, N. I . . . .249 Holmes Road, Pittsfield, lWass . . . . . .11 Golf Road, Hartford, Conn . . . . . . . .372 Highland Ave., Ridgewood N. sl GREEN, ELIZABETH ANN .......... 437 Palisade Ave., Yonkers N. Y Upper Mountain Ave., Nlontclair N. J ....914 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn . ........... 95 Seneca St., Hornell N. Y . . . .499 N. Main St., VVallingford, Conn . . . .202 Summit Ave., Syracuse N. Y ...506 Seneca St., Ithaca N. Y . . . .56 Prospect St., Fitchburg, Mass ................Coldwater,N.Y . . . .4 Laurel Ave., Mt. Vernon N. Y HATHAWAY, SUSANNE. . One Hundred Fiffccn mb MAB. HEAD, LoIs ......... HEIDRICIi, HELEN .... HEIIJRICH, MARY .... HEINS, FRANCES .... HEss, BARBARA ...... HINRICIIS, DOROTHY. . HOOKER, MARY ...... HOUSTON, CHRISTIE. . HOWES, DERELA ..... HUME, JANE ........ HUNTINGTON, HELEN. . . . . . IBBOTSON, CATHERINE IDEMA, MARY LOUISE. JOERS, JEAN ......... JOHNSON, BETTY JANE JOHNSTON, BARBARA. . JONES, ELEANOR ..... JONES, ELIZABETH .... KEEP, BARBARA ...... KENNEDY, CONSTANCE KENNEDY, MARGARET. l BBL gfxxl 'T' B W . :Q Iliff 6w2g . . . .20 Lloyd Rd., Montclair, N. .... . . . . . . . .115 High St., Peoria, Ill. High St.,Peoria,Ill. . .125 S. 2nd Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y. . . . . .77 Myrtle Ave., Montclair, N. . . . . . . . . . . .14 Albion St., Passaic, N. .206 Colony Road, Longmeadow, Mass. ...........45 Maple Ave., Troy, N.Y. . . . . .213 Ridge Road, Rutherford, N. . . . .606 West l22nd St., New York City . . .251 Littleworth Lane, Sea Cliff, N. Y. . . . . . . . . . . .205 Rutger St., Utica, N. Y. 326 S. College Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . . . . .2 Morris Lane, Scarsdale, N. Y. ...81 Ellington St., Longmeadow, Mass. .. . .152 Brewster Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. . . 11 Kingsboro Ave., Gloversville, N. Y. . . . . . . .180 Fern St., Hartford, Conn. . . . . , . . .305 High St., Lockport, N. Y. . . . .435 Riverside Drive, New York City .676 S. Washington St., Van Wert, Ohio KIETCHAM, BETTY ..... .... 1 66 Valley Road, New Rochelle, N. Y. KEYS, MARY ...... KEYS, VIRGINIA .... KIMBERLY, MARY .... KIMBERLY, NANCY .... KING, SUSANNAH .... KOEHLER, ROBERTA. . . KRICCH, INBZ ....... KRUEGER, MARTHA. . . LANCTOT, SALLY . . . LANSING, CAROLYN. . . LARKIN, ELICANOR .... LAW, CATHERINE B. ...... . . . . . . . . .817 S. 7th St., Springlqeld, Ill. . . . . . . 1600 Park Drive, Springfield, Ill. . . .421 Washington Blvd., Oshkosh, Wis. 569 E. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah, Wis. . . . . .3 Sherbrooke Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. . . . .472 Webster Ave., Muskegon, Mich. . . . 140 Overlook Ave., Hackensack, N. . . . . . . 120 Esplanade, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. ....................Churchville,N.Y. Clarks Green, Lackawanna County, Penna. . . . .23 Four Mile Road, West Hartford, Conn. . . . . . . .45 Woodland Ave., Summit, N. MACJGRIEGCJR, THEODORA D. ...... 300 Fisher Ave., White Plains, N. Y. One Hundred Sixteen 4 5 :ff Y wk . X9 W mihfi MCKEE, MARGARET. . . MCLAREN, GWYNETH .... MAINS, MARY JANE .... MALLPIY, JANET ....... MARsToN, SALLY . . . . MARTIN, BARBARA ...., MARX, FRANCES ..... MATTHIES, LOUISE ..... MATTIs, ELSIE .......... l 5 N15 CJ ...............Muskegon, Mich. . . . .806 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ................GreenfIeld, Ohio . . . . .Ridge Road, Hamden, Conn. . . . .20 Main St., Skowhegan, Maine . . . .30 Davis Ave., Rockville, Conn. . . . . . .2940 Broadway, New York City . . .372 Lookout Ave., Hackensack, N. . . . .900 W. Park Ave., Champaign, Ill. MAXWELL, MARY RIcE ................ 372 Castle St., Geneva, N. Y. IVIAXVVIQLL, WINIERED ....... 118 N. Chestnut St., Clarksburg, W. Va. MEAD, VIRGINIA ............ 8 Mamaroneck Rd., White Plains, N. Y. MENNEN, IRENE ..... Hotel Suburban, Harrison St., East Orange, N. J. MENNEN, MILDRED. . .Ho-tel Suburban, Harrison St., East Orange, N. J. MIGEL, MARGUERITE ....... MIl.I,l5R, JANE ........ . . . MILLER, JUNE ............ IVIONTAGUIC, MARX' SAGE .... MooRE, SYLVIA ......... MoRGAN, CYNTHIA .... MCJRRIS, JANET ..... . MoRRIsoN, ELAINE MIJRRISIJN, JANE NEWToN, ALICE ....... NIcIIoLs, IVIARGARIET .... NILES, ROMA ........ NCJL'l'E, CORINNIZ ..... NUSSBAIIM, NANLTY ........ OESTIQRLI5, LYIIIA ....... OWEN, MOLLY RUTII ...... . .630 Wolfs Lane, Pelham Manor, N. Y. .1905 B Ave., N. E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa . . . . . . .1018 Nott St., Schenectady, N. Y. 1581 S. Washington Ave., Saginaw, Mich. ..... , . . .397 N. Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. ....2262 Parkwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio . . . .182 Locust Ave., Amsterdam, N. Y. ...................Pawling,N.Y. ................Pawling,N.Y. . . . . .214 Oak St., Holyoke, Mass. ..... . . . .234 Park St., Newton, Mass. . . . . . . . . . . . .Riverdale-on-Hudson, N. Y. .1652 N. Fountain Blvd., Springfield, Ohio 175 Overlook Circle, New Rochelle, N. Y. ....800 Riverside Ave., Muncie, Indiana . . . .Davis Gardens, Terre Haute, Indiana OWENS, DEBCJRAH ALLAN ....... 320 W. Broad St., Hazleton, Penna. PARHAM, MARICJN ........ PARTRIDGE, RUTH ..... PATTERSON, HARRIIET' .... PEASIE, ELIZABETH ..... . . .136 Brewster Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. ..................Proctor, Vermont . . . . .485 Stage Road, Monroe, N. Y. . . . . .Remington Road, Windsor, Conn. One H uudretl Sczfcizfcwz IB 5 EKG? 'VD 1 3, 71 B PIECK, BARBARA ..... PIIILIIRICK, ANNIQTTIQ PODMORIC, MARItJN. . Poo1.Ic, ljI.IzAIxIc'I'II. . POOR, URSULA .... PoR'I'IaoIIs, PoLI.Y. . . POT'1'IiR, HARNICJNA. . lJRA'l"l', GwIf:NDo1.YN. 45 . awk. . . . . . . .162 Riverway, Boston, Mass. . . . . . .30 Terry Road, Hartford, Conn. . . . .2720 Robinwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio . . . . . . . . . .305 Parkway, Ithaca, N. Y. . . . . . . . .98 Pine St., Danvers, Mass. . . . . . .22 Carleton St., Portland, Maine . . . . .150 Scarborough St., Hartford, Conn. . .... 72 South St., Great Barrington, Mass. PRoc'I'oR, KA'l'11ARlNIC ........................... Proctor, Vermont PULSIFIQR, HIaLIaN .............. 242 N. Kansas St., Edwardsville, Ill. REIQIJ, l1lLlNUR. . Hotel Gotham Q5th Ave. at 55th St.j New York City Raw, MARX' ......... RENFIQRT, WANIJY. . . RIIUDES, BARBARA. . . . . . . . . . . . .175 West 72nd St., New York City ....2602 Avenue O, Galveston, Texas . . . . 164 Bartlett Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. RIcIIARnsoN, PATRICIA. ...2268 Parkwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio RoIsIcR'1's, FRANCES .... ................... M anhasset, L. I. RoRuR'I'soN, NA'l'ALlE.. ....... Elmhurst Blvd., Scranton, Penna. ROBINSON, CIAIRISTINIQ ......... 411 College Ave., Swarthmore, Penna. Rosa, EI,lZAB1i'1'll. . .Apt. 15 G, 211 Central Park VVest, New York City Ross, MARY ..... . . SANFORD, KATE .... ScIAIvvAIsI.Ia, POLLY. . . ScoTT, BILTTY ...... . SHARP, NTARY-ELIZAB SHEDDEN, MARGARET li T ll SIIUTTS, ALMEDA ..... SILVERS, jassua .... SIMMONS, JANI-3 ..... SMITH, FANNY JANIQ. SMITII, josIsPIIINIa. . . SMl7I'l'I, SALLY ...... . SNYIJIQR, IVIARGARLQT. . . SoIfL:R, JEAN. ..... . . S'1'IavIcNsoN, GRIa'I'c'IIIf1N One Hundred Eighteen . . . . . . . .Butternut Hill, Terre Haute, Indiana . . . . . . . . . .217 Lark St., Albany, N. Y. , . . .2 Walworth Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y. . . . . .320 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Penna. . . . . . . .294 Fisher Ave., White Plains, N. Y. .....................Chappaqua,N.Y. .....................Ballston Spa,N.Y. . . .Apt. SF, The Yorkshire, Bronxville, N. Y. . . . . . . . . .Eagle Point Colony, Rossford, Ohio The Lenox Hotel, North St., Buffalo, N. Y. . . . . . .309 S. Willard St., Burlington, Vt. . . . .807 Main St., East Aurora, N. Y. . . . . . .Myopia Hill, Winchester, Mass. .. .1122 Monroe St., Bloomington, Ill. .................Essex Fe1ls,N. 0 0 STIEGLITZ, ANNA ..... STONE, KATIIARINIE. . . STIIRSBERO, BABIQTTI2. . SIITHERLANII, l'lI.IZABIi'l'lI SVVENSON, BARBARA. . . TAYLOR, SALLY ....... TENNANT, ALISUN .... THOMPSON, RIITII .... TUCKER, DORIS ..... 'IlURNBUI.L, MARY. . . . TWIOIIELL, MARION.. UNDI'1RIIILl,, 1ivEI.YN. . XIOORHHIQS, lVlARGAR1CT. WAKEMAN, ELIZABETH WAI.KPZR, MARJCJRIIE. . WALL, ELIZABETII .... WASHBURN, IXINIY. . . NVELCH, MARY ....... WHITNEY, ELIZABISTII. WILKINSON, Lois ..... WILLIAMS, ALIcE. . . WILSON, JUSTINE ......... WOLD, NIARY ELIZABIi'1'l'I ..... WOODIIOUSE, BARBARA. WYANT, lVlAR'1'HA ..... ZWICK, HELEN. . . ....l73-53 Croydo-n Rd., Jamaica, L. I. .. . .52 Hancock St., Lexington, Mass. . . . . .16 East 80th St., New York City . . .168 Gibson St., Canandaigua, N. Y. ....... 3 Keasbey Rd., Orange, N. . . . . . .232 Kenyon St., Hartford, Conn. .7258 S. Forest Ave., Hammond, Ind. .2521 Forest Drive, Des Moines . . , Iowa .. . . . . .16 Ridge Rd., Bronxville, N. Y. NJ Y N . . . .225 Midland Ave., Montclair, . . . .37 Montrose Road, Scarsdale, . . . . . .27 Circle Road, Scarsdale, N. Y . . . 107 Division St., Amsterdam, N. Y . . . . . . .412 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, N. ..l9 Round Hill, Northampton, Mass . . . . . 1023 Electric St., Scranton, Penna ...l90 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass .436 St. Ronan St., New Haven, Conn . . . .930 Church St., Ann Arbor, Mich. . . . . . . .Silver-holm, Little Silver, N. .. . .2025 Parkwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio . . . . . .Copland Heights, Toledo, Ohio . . .College Grounds, Schenectady, N. Y. . . . .Griswold Rd., Vlfethersheld, Conn. 477 S. Oakland Ave., Sharon, Penna ...907 Noyes Blvd., St. joseph, Mo R ESI DIQNT IN'l'ERM1iDlATlflS BEGIITOL, MAR'I'IiA. . . JONES, MARGARIZT .... PLANTIEE, MARY ELLE REYNOLDS, CONSTANCE ..... SHUTTS, FLORENCE. . . YVALBRIDGI2, lVlARJORIli. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2500 South St., Lincoln, Neb. LebanOn,N.Y. N.The Hermitage, Horicon, VVarren Co., N. Y. . . ............ Winter St., Troy, N. Y. . . ........... Ballston Spa, N. Y. . . .1038 E. Ave., Coronado, Calif. One Hundred Niuclvrwz EF 510155 Bmvfmtwmfuw iuumplimrfnlargz Mr. -I. F. Adie Mrs. R. Bingham Mrs. H. F. Bishop Mr. F. VV. Chamberlain Prof. I.. YV. Clark Mr. A. B. Davis Mr. R. M. Eames Mr. VV. A. liversman Prof. H. P. Fairchild lWr. Siegfried Gabel Mr. P. F. Gray Mr. R. H. Gregory Mr. H. H. Kimberly Mr. T. D. MacGregor Mr. G. M. Mattis One Ilzuzflred Twenty-two Mrs. IH. H. Nlorgan Mr. Herbert Newton Mr. Philip Nichols Nlr. A. A. Nolte Mr. S. B. Patterson Dr. R. H. Potter Dr. H. Reid Mrs. Nl r. NI 1' . Mrs. Mr. M r. Mr. Mr. C. H. Robinson H. C. Schwable M. H. Stearns B. S. Stewart T. H. Stirling C. I.. Taylor VV. Ii. Tucker Justice VVilson TIFFANY R Co. JEWELRY SILVERWARE STATIONERY .S2zper1b1'1?z Qualziy M0 demic zh Hvbe MAII. INQUIRIES RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION FITTII AVENUE R379 STREET-NEW YORK OHddT I Un lln Test 8: o F I FT H A V E N U E Branches at Garden City, Mamaroneck, East O-range Boston KW Q Z 2 Xsqf lectures 0 K Z New BAT:-:ING sun A with o flared skirt oncl low-cut buck Yes, we're wearing skirts this sum- mer! But what this little jersey suit gains in modesty, it does not lose in speed. It fits divinely in or out of water, for the skirt is cut on the bias so that it clings to the Figure except for a slight ripple at the hem. The low-bank is deep enough to allow you a good, even tan that will not in- terfere with your evening necklines. ln black or Castilian red with white, royal blue with corn. 8.50 Sizes 14s to 40 Third Floor Mail orders filled Hlfffll T-:willy-folw' FRE RS The Advanced Aviatrix QBV Whearyj This Dress H older Carries . ,J DRESSES " DXIVID ALLY and WRINKLE-FREE gpg.-wow: Geo. H. Wheary has perfected the 4, W: " I4 1 Advanced AVIATRIX, a small r ' li . lightfweight travel case, to bring i ! X I I., K you the same comfort and wrinkle' ll! N lla 1 free protection to garments as in l 29 'A A your clothesfcloset at home. Dress' gl X lf' .X es are camed zndwzdually on a "Noe l' X Wrinkle" Dress Holder, where they can he unpacked individually or all together. ww wi r I X l Here is true Nlodernized Luggage QI 4' l a luggage idea that keeps pace 1 . . with the advances ln travel today. 1 5 Handsomely styled in Fabrikoids 3 4 O and fine leathers. Two convenient i sizes. Come in for demonstration and Higher without obligation. Luggage - Street Annex FREARS - TROY, N.Y. one H fffif md Tu -f,,1 fi--5. I The . WANAMAKEIQ IQUQEAU or scnools illijlifcit the young lzzdiey 0 f the EMMA WILLADD School to make this store their slloppiug l'lC1lClKlllZll'l6l'S when they are in New York City . . . zmcl may we remind you that :L stuff of expert shoppers is maiutaiuefl to give personal atten- tion to your mail orders when you shop from ztfztr. Szfromf Floor Norfh Hllliflflillg' JOHN WANAMAIYEIQ 1Vew York Ilffzmzffztzkcr Place B1'm1n'1cvry at Nz'11ffz Street One Ilundred Twcizfy-six . . . shoes with struil To "maine the gown walk" the smart mannequin bal- ances herselt in Peditorme Shoes . . . and she may have piltered the idea trom some ultra-modern patron. tMany pairs travel to Europelslcirts that hang and swing to suit the couturier must be ped- allecl on non-wabbly heels and non-wavering instepsl New Yorlt, 36 36th St- Braoklyn, 322 Livingston St New Rochelle, 275 Nor Bronx,2474MorrisAve. ex E.Orange.29Wash.Pl. mp? Compliments of A FRIEND West Virginia Pulp SL Paper Co A Manufacturers of SUPERCALENDERED and MACHINE FINISHED BOOK and LITHOGRAPHIC PAPERS P Offset, Envelope, Bond, Writing, Cover and Music Paper High Grade Coated Book, Index Bristol, Post Card, Kraft and Label Papers also Bleached Spruce Sulphite and Soda, Kraft Pulp Main Office 230 Park Ave., New York Mills at Mechanicville, N. Y. , Luke, Md. Piedmont, W. 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