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The Abbot Cirrle 1920
Glass will ann Testament
XVe,the class of 1920 of Abbot Academy,having attained more or less the
expected amount of wisdom in our varying number of years here, and being as
nearly in our right minds as we ever expect to be, and under the depressing in-
fluence neither of bad marks nor of breakfast coffee, do hereby bequeath, in this
our last VVill and Testament, toward the growth and development of future gen-
erations, our following battered belongings:
The opportunity of breaking their necks or anything else at Intervale
to the class of 1921.
Our athletic prowess to the class that most needs it.
Our ability to answer the questions asked to next years Academics.
More examples of Senior handwriting to Miss "Chick",
Our "watery soup for beggars" to the future highbrows.
The thrills of trunk banging in the hall to all homesick followers.
All our low-heeled shoes to the Abbot rubbish heap.
Memories of the Academics as an inspiration to Miss Howey.
Our "circles of Hell " to those who come after us.
To the girls with friends on the Hill, our front windows.
Our serenity and poise to Phil Hinkley.
Uur How of language to Dorothy Martin.
Our every day and Friday night mail to the first half-dozen appli-
The top of the Honor Roll to the little Flaggs.
Our accumulated dramatic talent to Carol Perrin.
Our organdies and ginghams that are all alike to the Thompson
Our curlers to jane Allen.
Our raucous second-tloor-front laughter to jane Baldwin.
Our ghosts to the Senior Parlor.
The hope of Senior privileges to the Preps.
Signed and sealed by
THE Cmss or 1920