Education: Miss Mac Steps Down

Some years ago Massachusetts went through one of its periodic tizzies over whether schoolmarms should be allowed to keep their jobs after getting married. Miss Mildred Helen McAfee, president of Wellesley College, was for treating each case on its merits. Said she: "Some jobs and some people can take on matrimony, and some cannot." Last week, after three years of trying to combine her job and matrimony, pert "Miss Mac" decided to leave Wellesley and join her husband, the Rev. Dr. Douglas Horton, a leader in the Congregational Christian Churches, in New York. Explained Mrs. Horton: "As a team we can...

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