Abbot Academy - Circle Yearbook (Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1919

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Abbot Academy - Circle Yearbook (Andover, MA) online yearbook collection, 1919 Edition, Page 64
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SENIOR-MIDDLE PLAY "Ghz Qlilopement of 0E1lzn" Bv BIARRIE J. XVARREN Cast RICHARD FORD ...... . . . . . ....... Pauline Miller IIOLLY, his wife ................ . . .Catherine Greenough ROBERT SHEPARD, Molly's brother .... ........... H ope Allen Max TEN Evclc, a chuni of Robert .... Virginia Miller DOROTHY IIARCH, engaged to Max .... . . .Martha Morse J UNE HAvER1111.L, Wellesley '06 .... .... I Edna Dixon JOHN HUME, Rector of St. Agnes's . . .Julia Abbe Synopsis To Molly's great chagrin her maid elopes just after her, guests, Dorothy March and Max Ten Eyck, have arrived. However. she is fortunate enough to get a supposed maid, really June Haverhill, lYellesley '06, who is doing some special investigation for eco- nomics courses during the summer. Embarrassing the fact that.. though to Molly she was name of the first maid, Ellen, she was for June was known by the recognized by Bob, Molly's brother, who now falls in love with her. She is also recognized hy Max, who is engaged to Dorothy because his late auntfs money was left to them both on condition that they marry each other. But. Max is actually in love with June, while in the meanwhile an eccentric rector, John Hume. falls in love with Dorothy. Dorothy, how- ever. though sympathetic, is not in love with the rector. Molly's new " maid f' is absent the next morning early and, though she is only golfing with Bob. all helieve her to have followed the first maid's example in eloping. Meanwhile Mr. Hume leaves on the garden table a passionate note to Dorothy, expressing his de- sire to win her, and signed with his initials, J. H., 60 which are also the initials of June Haverhill. Shortly afterward Max and Dorothy break their engagement, and hereupon Max finds Mr. Hume's note. He is much disturbed, thinking that it is from June to himself. On returning, Mr. Hume delights in the absence of the note, because he thinks that Dorothy has taken it. Before the garden party that evening, Molly Ends out who her new maid is. It seems to be an evening of proposals. To June's great disgust Max proposes because he thinks it his duty. having had a former affair with her, and having read the note signed J. H. Finally, llOXV9Y9l', the misiuiderstanding is explained hy the supposition that the note is one of Bolfs jokes. Then June becomes angry with Bob. The second proposal is that of Mr. Hume to the horrified Dorothy. Max, however, who has decided that he really loves her, comes to her rescue, and they again become engaged. Mr. Hurne's proposal ex- plains the note. and so Bob and June, forgetting their quarrel, become engaged. and. as a good story should end. all live happily ever afterwards.

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