A former school teacher, my grandmother raised her kids then went back to school to become a pharmacist so that she could help out in her husband's drugstore. In 1945 she graduated from Loyola University with that second degree. A scanned and reprinted photo was used for this page, celebrating her graduation.
Here are a couple of closeups:
A big circle punch came in handy when creating the page's quilt-inspired decoration. Circles whose edges are folded inward are what make the cathedral window design.
As a footnote to the story, my grandmother was such a wonderful student that she was asked to teach at the school, and did so, eventually teaching her own daughter, my mom. At the time, a photo of the two of them was staged for the school's newspaper. I scrapped it a few years ago:
Now we actually have three generations of pharmacists in the family, as my brother is also a registered pharmacist. I wonder if any of his kids will take to the profession?