EAST HAMPTON, L.I., July 23. The annual Village Fair, which takes place Friday afternoon on the Herrick Memorial Playground on Newton Lane, is enlisting the aid of the Summer colony and permanent residents under the leadership of Mrs. William R. Maloney, for the fifth year fair chairman. Proceeds go to care for East Hampton’s elms and half-dozen village greens.One of the fair’s main attractions will be a pageant called “The World’s Fair-est”, in which famous women of history and fiction will be portrayed by a group of young girls, including several of next season’s New York debutantes. Miss Eleanor McCall Maloney is chairman of the pageant, and her aides are Mrs. John N. Cole, Mrs. H. Laurence Dowd, Mrs. John Laurence Hutton, Mr. Dickson Bayard Potter, Mrs. A. Wallace Chauncey, and Mrs. H. Jackson Starke.Young women who will serve as manikins are the Misses Anne Wright, Shirley Bell, Anne Milholland, Suzanne Kip Wood, Eileen Herrick, Edith Beale, Theresa Schey, Mary Grace Harris, Helene Amaden, Elizabeth Fuller, Elaine Whitby, Helen Barker, Shirley Smith, Lois Warner, Evelyn Cleaves, Helene Coler, Andrea Dowd, Betty Briggs, L. Blair Wood, Margaret Beadleston, Ann Miner, and Patricia Peale.
The New York Times | July 24, 1938