Marie Grosso Jarolem

 I remember mostly the beautiful woods along Washington Avenue that still had  lady slippers and other wildflowers.  And, the absolute safety we had, even during the war, when we could walk home at night and be welcomed in any home along the way if we needed help.  I remember the old library and Mrs. Frailey  always was willing to help.
     Our Village school seemed so modern and advanced ..It was truly beautiful to me.  We had a home economics room , a gym, a bicycle room and ping pong table in the attic.The kindergarten was so special as was the teacher.  Her husband was a serviceman and signed our autograph books.  I still have mine and can send it to you if I can remember where I put it.

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