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Sc. 5 IXTRODFCTIOX TO THE "SENIOR PARLORH
The Seniors welcome us into the "Senior Parlor." It was at that moment. and
during all the Commencement Exercises, that it swept over us that the Seniors
were going: those girls who had helped and encouraged us all that year, and inspired
in us real Abbot spirit. We had to brace our shoulders against that fact, however,
and live upto the traditions they had given us.
AC T II. OUR GLORIOFS SENIOR YEAR!
It came upon us before we knew it. and now it is almost gone. we
know not where.
SC. 1 ELECTION or OFF1CERs
It was a joyous meeting. our first one. and after we had elected our ofHcers we tried
to plan all that we wanted to crowd 'into one short year and what that year would
mean to each one of us. We arranged a series of teas for the new girls, to show
them the Senior Parlor and the fine victrola. for which we thank 1913 and wish
that they could realize all the pleasure it has given the whole school this year. Our
class rings came early in the fall and we were very much pleased with them.
Sc. Q Fnoucs: -
Sc. 3 I
Although the day for the straw-ride was rather gloomy, it did not dampen our spirits
as we drove over to llrs. Boutwell's barn, where we had a great deal of fun. It
has been the wish of every Senior to keep the class as united as possible, so we have
had several gatherings during the year around the fire in the Senior Parlor, where
we have toasted marshmallows and sung our songs. or else we have all come together
for a chafing-dish supper. These have added much to the year's happiness!
NTERWALE- Four DAYS or FITNS
It will always be a disputed statement, whether our class had the best tinie, or 1913,
the Erst class to enjoy this privilege. Of course we each have our opinion on the
subject. Blay 1915 have just as good a time, and better, if that is possible.