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THE TATLER

1926

[Illustration: {Signatures and messages from students}]

The 1926 Tatler

[Illustration: {A group of riders on horseback}]

FOREWORD

School days are joy days; days filled with the pleasures of friendships and the gladness of intimacy, with the satisfaction of work well done and the pride in having done it for one's school. And we at Northrop School have been blessed with such days from the time of four entering as kindergarteners, up through grammar school and our subsequent joining of the League; on through these last days when, as high school girls, we took a real part in the activities of school life, and felt ourselves to have each one a share, however small, in the great whole, our Alma Mater. And it is to recollection of these joys and to the memory of our school days that we of the senior class wish to dedicate the 1926 Tatler.

EVELYN MCCUE BAKER President of the Senior Class

"She's as good as she is fair"

[Illustration: {Evelyn McCue Baker}]

[Illustration: {Evelyn McCue Baker as a young child}]

MARY BARBER EATON President of the League

"She who feels nobly, acts nobly"

[Illustration: {Mary Barber Eaton}]

[Illustration: {Mary Barber Eaton as a young child}]

MARGARET LOUISE NEWHALL Editor of 1926 Tatler

"Young and yet so wise"

[Illustration: {Margaret Louise Newhall}]

[Illustration: {Margaret Louise Newhall as a young child}]

VIRGINIA JOSEPHINE LEFFINGWELL Vice President of League

"The soft, bright curl of her hair and lash And the glance of her sparkling eye I saw, and knew she was out for a dash As her steed went prancing by."

[Illustration: {Virginia Josephine Leffingwell}]

[Illustration: {Virginia Josephine Leffingwell as a young child}]

BERNICE ALYNE BECHTOL

"Her hair is not more sunny than her heart"

[Illustration: {Bernice Alyne Bechtol}]

[Illustration: {Bernice Alyne Bechtol as a young child}]

MARY ELIZABETH BRACKETT

"She has a natural wise sincerity and a merry happiness"

[Illustration: {Mary Elizabeth Brackett}]

[Illustration: {Mary Elizabeth Brackett as a young child}]

ESTHER MABEL DAVIS

"The glass of fashion and the mold of form"

[Illustration: {Esther Mabel Davis}]

[Illustration: {Esther Mabel Davis as a young child}]

LYDIA MORTIMER FOREST

"She giggles when she's happy, and one might even say That when there is no reason, she giggles anyway"

[Illustration: {Lydia Mortimer Forest}]

[Illustration: {Lydia Mortimer Forest as a young child}]

MARION JOSEPHINE HUME

"For she's a jolly good fellow, Her school mates all declare, She's out for all athletics, There's nothing she won't dare"

[Illustration: {Marion Josephine Hume}]

[Illustration: {Marion Josephine Hume as a young child}]

ANN WILDER JEWETT

"True worth cannot be concealed"

[Illustration: {Ann Wilder Jewett}]

[Illustration: {Ann Wilder Jewett as a young child}]

BEATRICE MYRTICE JOSLIN

"There is mischief in that woman"

[Illustration: {Beatrice Myrtice Joslin}]

[Illustration: {Beatrice Myrtice Joslin as a young child}]

MARION HARRIET MCDONALD

"Happy I am, from care I'm free; Why aren't all the rest contented like me?"

[Illustration: {Marion Harriet McDonald}]

[Illustration: {Marion Harriet McDonald as a young child}]

JOSEPHINE REINHART

"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart"

[Illustration: {Josephine Reinhart}]

[Illustration: {Josephine Reinhart as a young child}]

MARION JEAN SAVAGE

"The will can do If the soul but dares"

[Illustration: {Marion Jean Savage}]

[Illustration: {Marion Jean Savage as a young child}]

NANCY MORRIS STEVENSON

"A perfect woman, nobly planned, To warn, to comfort, to command"

[Illustration: {Nancy Morris Stevenson}]

[Illustration: {Nancy Morris Stevenson as a young child}]

CLASS HISTORY

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