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XVhen we gathered together again in the following September, this time in the Senior
Parlor, we found that our numbers had diminished from twenty-five to nineteen, in spite
-of which fact we are the largest class in a number of years. W'e elected our officers for
our Senior year and talked over the things that we could do to show what a wonderful and
original class we were.
Our first inspiration drew our class nearer together. We had a jolly straw-ride to
Haggetts Pond. Up to Christmas vacation our work kept us very busy, but in january
we started up again with new ideas. NVe had a moonlight skating party on Foster's Pond
and a theatre party over in Lawrence. XVe gave a very successful tea to the faculty, but
our great idea of the first of the year was our dance.
Instead of the regular Senior Reception we gave the school a dance after the Senior
Middle play Later, in February, we gave a dance ourselves.
Until the Spring vacation we were very busy on our play, Shakespeare's " The
Tempest ", but we did not mind the hard work or the giving up of the bright afternoons
when everyone thought it was such a great success.
VV e won in the Indoor Meet and on Field Day, dressed to represent our class
fiower, the daisy, we again won, though not until after a hard struggle.
On May 19, the Trustees and the Principal gave us a very enjoyable time at a dance