From the 1936 Lawlor Professional School Yearbook
Ginger Fay was a junior in 1936.
From an October 15, 1936 Lawlor Journal article, “Civic Class Gives Debates”:
Ginger Fay was a debater in this class.
From the November 19, 1936 Lawlor Journal – an article by Ginger Fay:
NEW ENGLAND SUNSET
The sky had been quite overcast all afternoon with varied shapes of cloud and mist; some quite dark and foreboding, others almost unbelievably winged and cheerful. As the light began to break through, just a peep at first, everything seemed so hushed; as though the world was just waiting in breathless silence for someone to see and exclaim – as though the world must stop completely to appreciate. Suddenly the light broke out between each separate cloud and made you feel that the seams of those silver linings had had a burst of grandeur that they could no longer hold. Long sweeping paint-brush strokes found their separate ways across the sky and a thrilling blood red color predominated. Nor was it confined to the sky alone; it seemed to seep down the valleys between those New England Hills. The blue of those hills, the deepened sky, and the gray dawning, blended rapturously to snuggle Mother Earth in a priceless velvet cloak.
In the February 11, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
•Ginger Fay is News Editor of The Lawlor Journal.
•NEW JOURNALISM CLASS GO-GETTERS.
With a larger Journalism class, and a real cooperative effort, this new edition of the Lawlor Journal comes to you. The news hasn’t been left all on the shoulders of just one person; everybody in the class is working towards bettering this publication.
The class consists of Jack Brown, Ginger Fay, Jeraldine Osmont, Laurette Sarch, Jay Morely, Mary Bell, Lorraine Hubbell and Dorothy Jackson. Miss Evelyn Born is again Faculty Advisor.
Yes, Al Hill is still editor.