Ah, Spring! There is no better way of heralding it than through the pages of fashions. The setting is Easter Sunday morning at St. Paul's while the characters are the students at S.F.X.A. The appearance of Alice G. in a darling, blue and white sheath causes quite a stir in the Choir Section. A few minutes later all eyes turned again as Mary C. breezed in wearing a bright, red sheath trimmed in white and a white sailor hat with red flowers. She looked terrific. A baby blue sheath with a white lace collar is modeled by Zita L., who really does it justice. Rosalie W. looked like a vision in her blue lace panel sheath. It seems to be the year for sheaths and all these girls wear them to advantage.
Dusters, too, were highly fashionable this spring. As if right on cue Joy C. walked in wearing a lovely creation of a red and black spring sheath and a straight black duster. Real sophisticated, Man! Rosemary Ellis, Judy H., and Delia D. all those dusters as their Easter apparel, and indeed they look like Park Avenue patrons. Well, I have come to the end of our chapter on fashions. I hope you have enjoyed thumbing through with me. (Written by Kay Stewart) (Taken from 1956 Maryon)