Most of the girls are wearing a small diamond shaped badge that says “Who are you?” It also appears to say "Maccabee Rally" and something else that is not readable. The Knights of the Maccabees was a fraternal organization and insurance society that had a chapter in Sandusky.
With only the slightest hint of smiles, the young ladies are wearing lovely white dresses, and some have white bows in their hair.
Ethel Mae Barber would eventually marry Howard V. Doller, from a family with ties to Put in Bay.
Ethel Mae Doller was active in the Sandusky Sailing Club, First Presbyterian Church, Business Women’s Club, and the Eastern Star. She died in March of 1966, while her husband died tragically in an accident while he was in Madison, Indiana in 1943. Florence Bookerman never married. She was the daughter of Jacob and Mary Bookerman, and worked at the American Crayon Company.
If anyone knows the names of any of the other young ladies in the picture, please leave a message in the Comments section of the blog post.