It is raining as usual, but nevertheless Polly and I are going in a few minutes to hear our dear Mr. Hopkins. We met Mr Dudley on the street the other day and he said our pew was still ours. He said he might not always be there though for he had sold out his business and expected to travel a lot and have a good time. He’s a
Friday and yesterday were really bright days, and Polly and I made the most of them. We played hockey in the circle Friday afternoon,
Well, we went to church, we sat in Mr Dudley’s pew, and what’s more he
When I got home I found your nice letter, Marrie, and the collarette and handkerchief for which I am much obliged. To answer your question before I forget it, we have no special seats at the table. We take turns sitting at the head and serving, each girl a week at a time, and the others fill the remaining nine seats in any way they choose.
Yesterday afternoon there were the services for laying the corner-stone of the new chapel, which has at last really been
Each section in Argumentation has a debate within itself
Polly is one of the debaters in her section.
New chapel campus full of [bldg.] Debate
POUGHKEEPSIE. OCT 6 9 30A 1902 N.Y.
Miss May Louise Shipp
1010 N. Delaware St