Abbot Academy - Circle Yearbook (Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1919

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MISS HOWEY, in History of Art: " We have a new lantern which is silent. I know you 'll be glad to hear it." MISS HOBBY, in reply to a statement that pigs are naturally neat if kept in a clean place: "I don't know, for I have n't proved it- for myself yetfi CoPrE: " I wonder if I can get home in a suitcase." R. HATHAWAY: " I 'm going in half a trunk." COPIE: " What are you going to do with the other half? " MISS HOWEY: " Lucy, why is a sulphur-tipped match called a Lucifer match? " LVCY PRATT: " Because its flame is hot as hell." C. DAFORTH, taking her first taste of whale meat: " I must have Jonah's jack-knife." C. DANFORTH, ne.rt evening. looking at the trips: " I 'm all quaking inside." C. DANFORTH, later on in the meal: " Come and tripe it as ye go, On the light, fantastic toe." J. BALDXVIX: rXo, a dead body is a corpse, not a core." H. FORD: H But, Jane. when you eat an apple is n't the core left? " JANE: " Yes." H. FORD! S' lYell. when a person dies. the life goes out of the body and the core is left." JANE: :'Why. of course, how could I have made such a mistake! " JIG to Ruth Hathazray: " Doris Graves' brother looks very tall in that picture." DORIS G1zAv1:s: 4' That 's because it 's enlarged." H Are you preparing for lVellesley? " I. PARROTT, absent-mindedly: "XD, I im preparing for Bowdoinf' MISS Howl-JY: "XVhy did Antigone hate to take her life? " GINNIE: " Because she feared for her young ones." Miss Cmcmznruc: " From the years 1804-1810 Napoleon had a campaign each year. His last cam- paign was his marriage." Miss CHICKERING, in History: " Why was the German army so successful at this time? " KITTY, answering to the point, as usual: " Because they did not want to spend money on ships." MISS Howl-:Ya "What bell is at Christ Church, Oxford? " SENIOR CLASS, in chorus: 4' Big Ben! " Miss Howl-:Y: 'J What does a hen set? 'l H. SANFORD: "Eggs.' . MISS HOWEY: "Ko, she lays them, and sets on them." THE PROM lVe have a Prom at Abbot, and for weeks before it comes. In each room and everywhere the talk about it humsg There 's the one eternal question. i'YVho's the man you 're going to ask? " Then you fill your orders out, which surely is a task. And then the day draws nearer and our dresses they inspect. Each layer of tulle. each ruffle and each tuck do they dissect. For necks are high at Abbot and sleeves are just so long, And yards and yards of tulle are bought that they may not be wrong. At last the night itself arrives, and soon the music starts, Sending thrills and flutters to the many beating hearts. But why, you say. about a dance should this excite ment be? Because we have them once a year, and only once, you see!

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