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Page 15 text:
Room 20. MISS BENSTER'S CLASS
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"Oh, that reminds me," said Mary. "Lillian1 Knorr is the principal at
Glenwood School." K'
"Yes, and Louise Koss is the head of the Adams Street Mission," said
'tWell, of all things," remarked Franklin Quale, "I should never have
thought she would do that."
"I haven't heard anything about Miss Marker," said Helene.
"VVell, no wonder you havent't, she has retired from school an her pen-
sion and is now living a quiet life in California," replied Rebecca.
K'lVell, I should like to know where Margaret Stark is living now?"
"Wl15', don 't you know? She is living in Russia and is dancing in the
Russian ballet," answered Madelyn.
"VVell, welve heard of all the old class now but Evelyn Rodd and Lillian
Laycock. And where are they?" asked Helene. "They never have been to
one of our reunions."
"Oh, Lillian is teaching singing to the children in a mission in China and
Evelyn is a Congresswoman in Washington now. They're both too busy to
attend class reunions," said lValter. '
"People, do you know what time it is!" exclaimed Mary, looking at her
wrist watch. "Half-past twelve and we're miles from home! We always
were so talkative, we never knew when to stop. I see we haven't changed a
bit since our eighth grade days."
Then began a mad SCl'3.lHlJl6 for wraps, a tooting of horns, a chorus of
good-byes, they at last left the tea house, and the fifteenth reunion was a
thing of tl1e past. -Martha Tom and Betty Idoine.
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125' r'l.n.-r:N EYE,
oUR CLASS, 'zz
Room Twenty-Miss Benster
At a class meeting l1eld in September, l921, this class chose the following
officers: Richard Stophlet, president, Edward Mauk, vicevpresidentg Shelby
Morrison, secretary: Ethel Colegrove, treasurer, and Carolus Sheffield, council-
111311. These officers with the co-operation of the class, efficiently carried on
their work and kept a good spirit in Room twenty.
Top row, left to right: Selina Paris, Harold VValtz, Marguerite Parquet,
Richard Stophlet, Beatrice Didhain, Carolus Sheffield, Martin Raley, Thelma
DuVall, Fanny Reinstein, Adelyn Gordon, Sidney Green.
Second row, left to right: Louise Dean, Edward Husted, Lucile Vogel,
Howard Miller, Barbara Brewster, lice Fuller, Eleanor XVynkoop, Edward
Mauk, Dorothy Riess, Esmond McCliesh, Elizabeth Graham.
Third row, left to right: Mary Louise Hansen, Shelby Morrison, Virginia
Camp, Standford Treuhaft, Ethel Colegrove, Miss Benster, Kate Moules, Esther
Farber, Russell Davis, Phyllis Hallein, Bertram McBain, Margaret Danner.
Prophecy for Room Twenty
To "Nineteen-Thirty" and Back
XVhat a wonderful feeling it is to sit back in a cozy chair while the May
breezes blow in from the open window. To be sure it is not very often that a
young woman of twenty-four has ti111e for this sort of thing, but, as I had
nothing else to do, I sat gazing out of the open window. All of a sudden an
inspiration seized me and jumping to my feet, I took my hat and coat and
Went out into the beautiful May sunlight for a walk. Walking swiftly along
the street, I saw a tall girl about my own age, approaching ine.
"1 wonder who that is?" I said to myself: "I recognize her face but I can
not place her. "
As she passed me, I accidently stepped upon her long lace train, a late
"Oh, pardon me!" I said.
"VVell!" exclaimed the girl," "If it isn't Barbara Brewster!"
"Why, Beatrice Didhan1," I said, "I did not recognize you at first. Where
are you going this beautiful day?"
"Oh, I was just taking a walk," answered Beatrice. "NVon't you come
with me? I am going to Keith 's to see Pavlowa II or Myrtle Hansenette."
"I'd love to," I answered.
"You see," replied Beatrice, "I have two tickets for the box. A friend
was going with me, but at the last minute she phoned me that she was ill.
Where are you living now?"
"I live on Long Island, where I have my Nature Study studio. VVhile in
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