First Appearance: November 9, 1965
Last Appearance: April 8, 1976
Portrayers: Nancy Douglas, November 9, 1965.
Murial Williams, November 17, 1965 - July 2, 1968; August 24, 1970 - April 8, 1976.
Departure: (1968) Left to live in Florida.
(1976) Left to go on a cruise to cure her winter blues.
Introduction Scenes: (Nancy Douglas) To Katherine Corning (RIP) in her bedroom while reading a book and sipping tea, "You're ready to go?"
(Murial Williams, 1965) About Katherine Corning (RIP) joining her and Liz Matthews at the Hospital thrift store, "Oh...yes. Of course."
(Murial Williams, Reintro 1970) In Florida, over the phone, "Lenore...."
Exit Scenes: (Murial Williams, 1968) To Walter Curtin (RIP) at the Bay City Country Club accepting his invitation to dance, "I'd love to Walter and you came just at the right moment."
(Murial Williams, 1976) To Beatrice Gordon in the Cory Mansion kitchen, "Goodbye, Beatrice."
Birthplace: Longport, Florida.
Other Aliases: Helen Edna Phipps (maiden and full name). [Originally named Helen Von Maur].
Last Known Whereabouts: Washington.
Other Whereabouts Florida (1968-1970).
Relatives: Franklin Phipps, father. Lenore Moore, daughter. Wayne Phipps, brother. Wally Curtin, grandson.
Spouses: Charles Moore (married in December 1941) (RIP, 1962).
Dates: Jim Matthews (RIP) (1975-1976).