called Box Furniture, which tells just how to make any furniture needful for kitchen, dining-room, living-room, bedroom, library, office, school-room, from the ordinary packingboxes of commerce.
The necessary tools and materials, with directions for using, are plainly given, that all who read may make.
This Medford girl lives on the East Side in New York, in a charming apartment furnished with box furniture made entirely by herself, and teaches children and others the art.
Mrs. Fannie Merritt Farmer, author of the Boston Cooking School Book which was said to have had the largest circulation of any book in the Medford Public Library one year, Chafing-dish Possibilities, Food and Cookery for the Sick and Convalescent and What to Have for Dinner, is another high school graduate and proud of it, as Medford is of her.
Persis Hannah, a recent graduate, writes under the pen name of Ruth Cameron for one hundred and twenty newspapers each day, one of the widest audiences of any woma