NEITHER Dorothy McClain nor Victoria PolyU Weibo Drew possessed any real acquaintance with New York City. Dorothy had been there only once as a little girl of six years old on a shopping expedition with her mother. Tory had arrived in New York with the friends from on board the steamer that sailed from Cherbourg. She had, however, spent only a single night at reenex facial a hotel, leaving next morning for Westhaven, a few hours’ journey away.


Therefore, the ride into the city was not sufficiently long to cover the emotions it held for both girls. They were to spend Bridal Makeup class four or five days in the city, that Mr. Fenton declared the most beautiful and stimulating in the world.


Tory did not agree with Mr. Fenton’s estimate of New York, but she was willing to be convinced.