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1969 WESTFIELD .v0R.u.iL. ' r
own, but as the place was entirely fitted up with "red" and no
other color was prominent. so the poor girl became color blind.
We next heard about our old friend Elean Pfeiffer. who in
memory of Dickinson Hall life had built a lodging house for
those wayfarers who might be "Afraid to go home in the dark."
Septa Lynn we found had finally her dearest wish granted-
that of being a doctor. and she had so pursued her studies that
in 1920. she was a great surgeon. famous the world over. Septa
was ever a cut-up. so we knew she nmst be just in her element.
As for Elaine Holt and Helen Stockwell what more could be
expected when one saw how fond they were of the house cat at
Dickinson Hall. than that they should hetake themselves off to
some distant land. no matter what the name. tfor no matter how
simple, Helen never could pronounce it.Ql where they kept a home
for houseless cats. with no thought for anything outside the care
of their pets.
XVe paid strict attention when we heard one of the beauties
of our class mentioned. XVhat could have happened to her?
VVhy she had become a photographer and connected with her es-
tablishment was a picture gallery. .showing the likenesses of
countless numbers of men. for was there ever a fellow any girl
might know, whose picture was not in Anne Halfpenny's collee-
tion 'Z And Anne not only knew the name but was well ac-
quainted with every gentleman in her or any other girl list.
Ruth Nocke and Helen Lewis. we were told. had started a
private railway line between Springfield and XVestfield by which
Normal girls could arrive at and leave school every imaginable
hour. No need to say that the line had become immensely popu-
lar with the school girls. all of whom gave up the public street
railway for that convenient one of two old lYestiield Normal
And Louise Arnold? lVe certainly expected her to be a
prima donna by that time. but a far different course l1ad been
adopted by her. After leaving Normal school. she had gone to
Simmons where she pursued a study of domestic science. in order
that she might later introduce it into her favorite school in life.
11a1nely Clark l'niversity.
Now we found what had happened to good natured Kather-
ine Dowd. From the time ef our psychology days we knew Kate”