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Saw Mozelle Dalton the other day. She’s just as cute as ever. “Mo” teaches piano at Peabody Conservatory, and on her vacations sojourns at her “Bee” farm. I am reminded of the play we had called “The Poor Nut.” Mozelle was the leading lady and Harold Beamer the hero. They were assisted by an able cast. I’ll always remember the thrill I had when the play really started, and at the Dalton Theatre! Wasn’t that great? Miss Rosenblatt and “Doc” Harman certainly did work hard. Mildred Coleman operates a beauty parlor in New York. Her “shoppe” is very popular with the idle rich because she specializes in dieting and face lifting. A charming society butterfly is Emily Bushong. She married a banker in New Market, Ya., and is in great demand there. I ' m sure you recall what a sweet disposition Hazel Cole had. Well, she still has it, and is a missionary in Kenfal. Recently she arrived for a lecture tour of the United States. Perry Robertson is head chemist at the Allisonia dirigible factory. He has just perfected a system of non-inflatable oxygen. Do you remember the flying tackles Marzell Schrader used to make on the football held? “Ole Lady” is still on the job as he is coach at Harvard. Charlotte Board is sales lady for the Pontiac concern. She makes a good one, especially when it comes to demonstrating their products, but then, that is only natural. Margaret Thomas is in the business world just as she had always planned. She is private secretary to a Wall Street king. Sam Haislip is the U. S. Ambassador to Bolivia. As he was always diplomatic, he must be a great help to Uncle Samuel. “Shorty” Draper has placed his feet carefully in the prints of his lather and is now a doctor at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Quite a job! Berlie Kegley was admitted to the bar two years ago and his work was so brilliant that he is now Commonwealth’s attorney. Winifred Duncan is superintendent of nurses at Mayo Brothers. 1 am so glad she attained what she worked hard for. 69
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It is interesting to note in the society column of the Southwest Times that Mabel Ratcliffe .... 1 believe she was our class beauty . . . . has just announced her engagement to be married. Won’t she make a lovely housewife? Another interesting item in The Times was the recent marriage of Elizabeth Haislip to an enterprising young farmer. She has always had the Class’s best wishes. It was just yesterday that I read a worthy article along the line of foreign languages, and to my surprise I found the author to be Miss Eleanor Frye, none other than our French prodigy. We had one of the largest classes to ever graduate from Pulaski Hi, but I remember every one in it. Julian, erstwhile “Greasy” Groseclose, is manager of the Wal- dorf-Astoria in New York, with Robert Eastman as his house de- tective. Robert certainly “detects” too. Have you ever traveled on the Browder Steamship Line? I’ll bet you don’t know who is in charge. Garnett and Dewey Browder! Their private secretary is Beth Glenn and I hear she is to be married next month to a high school sweetheart. Donald Field’s latest book, “The Ostrich’s Last Feather,” is meeting with much favor here and abroad. Poiret, at Paris, has for his head designer, Violet Kersey. She has amazing taste in designing dresses, hats, and accessories. Have you seen her lately? She has the most beautiful eyes. Oh, dear! There goes the radio, and .... what do I hear . . . . why .... it is ... . yes, it is a lecture on the disadvan- tages of companionate marriage, by Virginia Wood! She is broad- casting from Martinsburg, W. Va., Station G. E. O. That is just like Virginia; a real social worker. Miller Bushong has recently opened an airplane factory intro- ducing a new type airplane, “Virginia Swisher.” I just knew he would be a success. Lucille Richardson inherited a vast fortune some years ago and is now traveling from place to place in the Old World. I met her in Europe last year while visiting relatives. Naomi Hurst is Dean of Women at the University of Pulaski. She has held that post for many years and will hold it many more. 68
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Charlotte Henson (wasn’t she a good basketball player?) teaches home economics at Harrisonburg Teachers College. Whenever you go to Roanoke be sure and go into Ye Woozy Olde Gifte Shoppe, for you will find Beatrice Allison to be the charm- ing proprietress. Daisy Whitaker is very happily married and enjoys the cozy com- fort of a home. Margaret Spraker .... but of course you have read her book of essays. She was presented at court in England last month. Boga Lee Kasey is teaching business at Fredericksburg. Hear she is going to marry a young lawyer there. Do you know who is warden at Sing Sing? George Sands, and he is one of the best they have ever had there. Like father, like son. Well, as I have written on, 1 have named every one in that good old Class of ’29 .... all but one. . . . and who would have imagined that I would have been an understudy of Louise Fazenda by this time? Haven’t you enjoyed our reminiscences? 1 have, and shall al- ways remember P. H. S. Your loving school chum, Dorothy Taylor, ’ 29 . P. S. ’Member the faculty? Mrs. Hall has gone to housekeeping. No more teaching for her. Miss Rosenblatt has taken the M. R. S. degree as most of the other teachers have done. Mr. Eckman is now Dean of the University of Virginia. Dot. 70
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