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Page 14 text:
We admire Hazel Eastwood's genius, yet admit we wish she'd cease because
her latest noise producer violently disturbed the peace.
Dorrell Edmondson is so popular that everyone wonders why. Is it because
sne owns several candy stores? we question with a sigh.
All are fortunate who know or even chance to meet her, for Dorothy Everett
is undoubtedly the champion candy eater.
Everybody knows that at her present rate. Fay Farris will soon be a hefty
Where advancement is concerned, Thais Fisher's going some , with her
classes in public speaking for the blind and deaf and dumb.
Now, who could ever guess that June Foreman has begun a drive favoring
two demerits for gum instead of one?
Victoria Freeman, because of her superior esteem, has joined the staff of
reporters: Society News her theme.
As a dancer Connie Fuller will win eternal fame, for here she has already
made-.for herself a name.
As superintendent of an orphanage, eflicient Carolyn Glover in a motherly
.-X,,L way over the wee ones is known to hover.
From the Genius Staff to winning the Pulitzer Prize, we've the pleasure of
seeing our Gladys Goncz rise.
Marion Glover doesn't dare venture far from hr nie at any cost-beacause her
vanity case might drop, and without it she'd be lost.
As a lion tamer of renoun we view our Francais Greeneg or maybe in the
follies: the choice yet to be seen.
Through her scientific efforts, Carol Greenfield, we're advised, has recently
returned from Sweden possessor of the Nobel Prize.
Lip-reading is no more: Isabell Griggs is positive. You can hardly see girls'
. lips, such attention to them they give,
Charlotte Hagaman, who once thought of the midwest farm, is now prop-
rietress of the world's largest School of Charm .
Marguerite Hamilton- has gone to quite a fuss in hopes of discovering the
Island of Aeolus.
It's very hard to mention Lillion Hansen's weakess here, but in mastering
history she'll spend many a year.
We're delighted to hear that Jean Harmon has taken up golf: her success
so far has been-ah, well, please excuse me, while I cough!
These artistic souls have our hearts completly won, and when speaking of
them, we name Frances Isabel Harrington.
We've another society miss'f who gets her clothes from Paris: you,1l not be
surprised to hear that she is Alice Harris.
In Evelyn Haupt it's easy to see a teacher of Algbra at L.A.J.C.
In typing and athletics watch Louise Hensel go: a future record-breaker at
the home plate or home row.
Any old shoes Elaine Hoglund will be glad to take for keeps as she has of
late become a dealer in antiques.
To carry on like the modern youth would thoroughly dismay her, so Lucille
Holmes has become, instead, a champion chess player.
She hasn't changed a bit Creferring to Dorothy HornJ, for she's always been
quite noisy, we're forced to say with scorn.
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We hail thee, majestic Mount Vernon, enshrined in the hearts of all
As a Landmark of Liberty, Hope, and Peace, portrayed in each sturdy wall.
Your stately mansion on a lofty bluff commands a wide, delightful view
That retreats beyond the horizon in a hazy mist of blue. .
The peaceful silence of river and forest, the songs of birds, the sun,
Blended with the Howers' odor, have our hearts completely won.
A vivid, alluring remembrance of Washington lurks in the setting-
This sacred and beautiful spot a person is long in forgetting,
The treasures which Washington owned and that were to him so dear
Could not be in a more fitting place than one discovers here.
We stand in reverence before theeg thy charm and fascination
Will forever be, Mount Vernon, an enticing inspiration.
- Margaret A. Lientz, A9
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Helen Hulbert as Chief of Police, and also a former guard, can understand
Uexperienta docet , as a cop in Scotland Yard. '
Ruth Inslee, indeed, has always been so tall: her job, a giant in a circus sur-
prises not at all. A
On the piano Betty Jenkins is really going some -she can almost play as
swiftly now as she chews her gum.
Nathlie Kegans' future ambition is not in the silly class: for trying to escape
dishwashing can be serious, alas! '
Eunie May Keith's etiquette book, How to Stand and Sit , has evidently
made in town a most terrific hit.
Dolly Ann Kensit reports that there has been a remarkable sale of her
famous booklet, How to Get Thin by Mail .
Margaret Key, the best dressed women, to fashion experts did refer, but the
fashion experts now for ideas go to her. A
The book that Eva King has put her name and picture in is Why I Think
Rouge and Lipstick Are Harmful to the Skin.
With her piano playing Knot the tuba or the hornskil, we've a future Pader-
ewski, or is it Meryl Kornski? ' -
Modest Frieda -Lange, as no doubt you've read, joined the Art of Public
Speaking and is now its head. 1 w -
We are forced to think and state that Mary Lee's ambition, to be a great
prize fighter, will bring a Militant Maryf' Condition.
Margaret A. Lientz surely thinks it acrime that she can't buy, a La Salle or
Packard for a dime.
Ruth Luce has exerted her numberless abilities far as executive of the Need-
lework Guild and also the D.A.R. -
Hard though it is to tell what everyone is doin', we know a tapfdancing record
has been made by Dorothy McEwen.
Eloise McGovern is conscientiously striving to improve her present know-
ledge of high and fancy diving.
Margaret McKee is an undisputed singer of highest reputeg indeed, she'S
very well fixed with admirers who her horn will toot ,
Isabel McNamara, as a lawyer, a convincing case should present with her
never-failing talent in the gift of argument. '
Then there's Edna McNulty: sing her praises long and loud, for she's estab-
lished a typing record of which everybody's proud.
Margucritta McRoberts would never think of saying a'wordg she simply
talks without thinking, 'though she's 'most two' small to be heard.
Dot lVlartinson's 'ambition would cause your brain to whirlg she's laying plans
to open soon an exclusiue school for girls. ' ' .
What future years will reveal, only time canrtellg and yet as a manicurist
we're sure to discover 'Eileene Maxwell. i -'
Roberta Meredith it seems simply loves to bore us, for she some time ago join-
ed the Sympathy Chorus. '
Under Hazel rMinkler's gentle, guiding hand there'll be a bedtime story for
the kiddies of radio land.
Grace Moore is 'playingopposite the famous Mickey Mouse in Thirty Ways
to Coik an Egg? Everyone expects a full house.
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