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Texas resident Mary Jane Leahy Wilson sends her love to classmates. A trip to the Baltic countries included attending a wedding in Prague and celebrating Bastille Day in Paris. She also caught up with Anne-Marie Philippe DeTourbet ’59 in Paris.
Mary Lib Walker Tierney had a nice visit with Barbara Neale Baker in West Yarmouth, MA.
Marty Howe Cadle is celebrating her fifth year of independent living in Sunset House of Hagerstown, MD.
In October I lunched with Mary Lib Walker Tierney, her daughter Beth Thurber, Jean Kleppinger Langeloh, and Rachel Bennett Bloomfield in Portsmouth, ME. It was our second mini-reunion.
Martha Choate Rill spotted my picture in an October 10 New York Times article about legislation to overturn bans on clotheslines, and she called me immediately. This is my second time appearing in that newspaper as an advocate for line-drying clothing, though I was told firmly by my fellow condominium residents here in Concord, NH, that I should not hang laundry outdoors, an energy-saving tip suggested by my daughter. Martha mentioned that Barbara Andrews Olmsted still plays a mean game of tennis.