Marion E Hosford McDonald
the Cape M pro an Mrs Crandall St. Resident At 50th Class Reunion Mrs. Lawrence F. .McDonald 19 Crandall St., one of the 125 living members of the 1909 class Mount Holyoke College, is attending attending a 50th reunion of the class today. She is among 700 alumni of the college gathered there for the three-day event which started today. The 1909 class has gone down college annuals as the first to adopt the blue and white hood. Mrs. McDonald, who is the mother of Mrs. Agnes M. Thompson, director of physical education for girls at Adams Memorial High School, is the former Marion brd of Hartford, Conn. After at-' ending Mount Holyoke for 18 months she transferred to the School of Religion and Pedagogy,| as it was then known, at Hartford Seminary, from which she wa graduated. After graduation sh married Mr. McDonald, who die 12 years ago, and made.her horn in Middleboro for 40 y^ars. Sh has spent winters with her daugh ter and son-in-law, Lester Thompson, and the Thompson ily in recent years and is nov making her home there. She ha: two other children and eight children.