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The Abbot Circle 19 2 2 Miss Johnson Miss Johnson takes such good care of us that we ' re seldom ill. When we do weaken, there ' s always the iodine and aspirin ready and Miss Johnson ' s interested solicitude. Miss Butterfield It ' s never too much trouble for Miss Butterfield to decorate the dining-room appropriately and arrange special menus for our gala days. It always adds a lot to the spirit and we owe her grateful thanks. Miss Bean Miss Bean ' s more abundant knowledge is the only way to tell her from one of us, for her notorious giggle is so misleading. (We hope being taken for us is a compliment. Miss Bean.) Miss Jenks Miss Jenks in her first year at Abbot has won an undisputed place in each girl ' s heart. We hope the stream of hair-dressing appointments she has made for us during the year will not tempt her to try her skill in that profession. Miss Burt Miss Burt is quite versatile because she can be both a star-gazer and a good sport. Miss Putnam Whenever we think of Miss Putnam we think of her behind her counter handing out chocolate bars or else in her fire-captain ' s uniform. Either is a pleasant memory and recalls good times. 44
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The Abbot Circle 19 2 2 Miss Robinson Anyone who has taken Latin with her need fear no college board exams. Her strong personality asserts itself in classes as well as outside. Miss Grimes Her knowledge of calories is precious to the reducers at the table. Her entertaining talk as well as her appearance and actions, make us think of her as one of us. Mme. Craig Where would our French plays be without her! They would be nowhere at all. Mme. Stelle We suspected that she is attractive to men but we didn ' t realize until Stunt Night, how attractive, as a man, she ' d be to us. Miss Sweeney We can ' t do it, so we might as well not try. We were not meant to pro- nounce " France " the way she does. The appendicitis and cane habits are a little more within our scope, as several girls have already discovered. Miss Baker When we accumulate a repertoire of appropriate stories to rival hers, we shall have done something to write home about. Miss Richardson We need not see Miss Richardson " at home " to know that her vivaciousness sets the pace there as much as it does here. Miss Bigelow Her smiling cheerfulness is so enheartening we all feel brighter just for seeing her approaching. The reducing class has increased her train of followers and has advanced the admiration of many to true devotion. Miss Hopkins Miss Hopkins, who so faithfully keeps us supplied with reference work is well known for her little witticisms. 43
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The Abbot Circle 19 2 2 ®f)e Virion The silence of dawn crept up the hill, Even the thrushes and robins were still. And then I slowly saw you pass As clear as in a looking-glass. The glory of dawn was in your face And your footsteps light left never a trace Upon the daisies and violets blue. I gazed at the dawn, and the wind, and you, And my heart was very light and gay. Ah! but that was yesterday When the whispering wind, and dawn, and you Together to me were lovely and true. With a quiet, nameless ecstasy Throughout a long eternity I dreamed away a million years Of love and youth and tender tears. How fair you were — how fair and kind ! You, and dawn, and the whispering wind! And in one moment ' s loveliness I drank the sweet — all bitterness Fled with the night, and swiftly was gone, When you, and the whispering wind, and dawn W r ere one together, and life was ours Among the birds and summer flowers! But the moment passed, as moments do, And the whispering wind, and dawn, and you Fled swiftly on light feet away Into the realms of yesterday. But oh! why must such visions pass Like rainbow bubbles — to nothingness? Instead of the vision passing by, Instead, oh! fate, please let me die, Swiftly die upon this hill, With the vision in my glad heart still! Katherine Gage ' 22 Odeon 45
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