,:ul Armstrong, .?. partnei in the tirm o? .Arm
' : \\ ashington Square, paints by band
m tot church windows. She's mostly
. she makes is'nl the really absorbing thing
-. s, by hei own admission, just lots.
Woman's Place, If You Insist, Is in
the Home; but Who's Going to Fuss
About It If She Wants to Earn
$10,000 Or So a Year Somewhere
Miss Helena Smith Dayton hit upon the novel scheme ol making
cartoon comic figures in clay Her Washington Square studio is
populated by these tunny figur?e, each good for a laugh, hoiks
laughed so much last year, in fact, that Miss U.iyion increased
her hank account SI _.00O.
Miss Rose- Loi reer as catal ?gue girl in an art gallery.
Todax - ialist. and can tell at a glance the value ol this
or that x?. r ol an) period. Hei opinion is ?onatantly
She earna between $20.000 and $2>.U00
Prospective home builders ? ,m be mik- of enough closet
room by having .t woman architect on the job. Miss
Fay Kellogg, in business al >_ Union Square East, plans
any pretentious houses, always with an eye t?> the
ol comfort, beauty and convenience, lier
iii.ixiiiiiiin _ _
m? ?une i- commensurate with hei skill
The woman who signs herself J. J. Martin to thousands of dollars
worth of advertising Contracts every year draws a salary check for
$10.000 from Sperry ?\ Hutchinaon. And Sperry ?N. Hutchineon, if
you make so bold as to ask them, will tell you she earns every solitary
cent of it
With silks. tape.tr.es and - Mia. Olivette I ..lb? make, art l..niH?,l?-s for Fifth Avenu
Unes lb-, ?ucees, ha. bien su,!, thai poMewor. ol he. shades rathe, turn up ti i -
... busy lately she haen'l had a chance to figure profita.
Mrs. Jeanne Rice is head of the Durant Kilns. ,it Bedford Village No especially fin-* piece of
pott? ry leaves the shop until she has passed upon it. Consequently, tew of them come bark.
She commands s gaspingly large share of the profit?, but figures aren't to be had
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