The girls names are Anna and Sophie. They are neighbors, sisters, and friends. They go to the store together and they get along. Gertrude says that Sophie sure makes you laugh.
These two girls look like twins. Ida thinks the family resemblance is questionable. Chances are, they have a family, but Sophie only has some friends living in Oakdale.
Anna and Sophie are dressmakers, or cookie makers, or baby makers says Richard, and Don thinks they are possibly waitresses. They bake a lot, and are going to sell the baked goods says Sharon.
They live in Oakdale, but are originally from the big city of Chicago. This photo was taken ten years ago. Ida replied, "Longer than that, twelve years ago, maybe longer." Gertrude thinks they must be deceased now.
Anna and Sophie are ready to go shopping, but they forgot the list of what they were going to buy. It's a very cold day. They are wearing winter outfits because it's cold outside says Esther. It must be below zero. Their coats are made from mink or maybe raccoon says Gertrude. If they have a fur coat, they must be rich. Maybe they got them at a garage sale though.
The sisters are single, old maids, or spinsters. They were looking for a man while they were out shopping; "as old as they are?" asks Ida.
They are going to come home from shopping and put the coffee pot on to warm up.