Abbot Academy - Circle Yearbook (Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1922

Page 94 of 128

 

Abbot Academy - Circle Yearbook (Andover, MA) online yearbook collection, 1922 Edition, Page 94 of 128
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Page 94 text:

The Abbot Circle 19 2 2 QTfje Reference fjelf The Answer " The Master of Man " Dangerous Ages " Vigils " The Wasted Generation " Brass " Chance Encounter " Hunger " Highly Colored " The Restless Age " The Thresl old " The Outsider " Free Air " . The Puritan Twins " . Twice Told Tales " Children of the Whirlwind " A Fool ' s Errand " Gang " Harlequin and Columbine " Jade " . . . Law and Outlaw " Luminous Faces " Mixed Faces " No Defense " Feast of the Lanterns " Pilgrim of the Smile " Privilege " Quiet Interior " Real Life " Window Gazer " Dante ' s Inferno " Everybody Step " Serenade " St. Louis Blues " Isabel Brown Suz Welborn Mid years . Mr. Clinton 1922 L. Mount The Proctor Sunday afternoon Betty Chapman Sunset Lodge Miss Bailey ' s Office Charlie Wright Peg Hopkins Anne and Sandy Miss Howey Mildred and Lois Getting " per " Fourth floor wing Al Tower and Sloppy Reddy Shawsheen and Shawsheen Spa H. Simpson Fidelio Demerits Rally Night Cissy Kunkel . Seniors Peggy Potter Vacation Inmates of the Infirmary Senior Lit. Class Fire drill Dandelion and Abbot M. Rugg 72

Page 93 text:

The Abbot Circle 19 2 2 {Apologies to the authors) ' Won ' t you walk into my office? " said Miss Bailey to Marie. ' I ' ve the coziest little office that ever you did see. To get into my office, just stand outside the door And I won ' t keep you waiting there but half an hour or more. I ' ve many things to say to you you can ' t afford to miss, So now I ' ve asked you kindly in, please don ' t deny me this. " " The time has come, " Miss Bailey said, " To talk of many things, Of marks and posture, rules and dress, And what discredit brings, Of why you won ' t wear woolly socks And will wear senseless things. " Mary knew a Phillips boy, His hair was black as ink, The reason Mary liked him so Miss Bailey couldn ' t think. He followed her down town one day Which was against the rule, And Mary got in trouble fierce When she got back to school. And so Miss Bailey turned him out When he went down to call, And would not let poor Mary see The dark-haired one at all. But still she met him after school Until she was found out. And that is what Miss Bailey had To talk to her about. And on restrictions she got put Because she ' d disobeyed, And many a day and many a week Just on the circle stayed. 71



Page 95 text:

The Abbot Circle 19 2 2 Bamel Webster %=to=©ate Radiator — upon which one waits in great heat. Flowers — to be sent on all occasions. Bell — the beginning or end of agony or desire. Tree — a stick to be planted June 13th. Rack — a board with grooves to hold letters. Box — comes in the mail, never enclosing food. Exercise — That which is put on a card. Note — ■ Always from the office or to the infirmary. Pounds — that to be lost. Nutty Lady — a sane woman who deals in candy, etc. Stationery — a small room in McKeen. Grays — a white man ' s store specializing in ham sandwiches and potato-chips. Play practice — excuse for dates. Riding — exercise which creates red noses. Fountain — favorite spot to say good-night (moonlight or otherwise). Sleep — What one wishes to do on Sunday and every other day. Hairpin — obsolete. Sundays — acquired at Lowe ' s. Worms — decoration of circle in spring. Sweater — an object of apparel never seen at dinner. Tweed — anything lavender, pink or blue. Chair — that from which you arise when a faculty enters. Flashlight — that which doesn ' t light when wanted. Memory book — collection of A ' s and B ' s and other scraps. Suit — costume made of tweed. Book — that which tantalizes students in study hours. Class — a period of 40 minutes requiring two hours ' study and one hour worry. Hill — necessarily inhabited by males. Antonym, Abbot. Library — room where Bible lessons are found. Man — that which sits in a frame and sends specials. Infirmary — entertains girls with colds or tests. Trunk — that which is ready or lost. Music — two varieties — Tubby ' s and Letz ' . Bug — for example, Polk species. School — -chief subject of conversation during vacation. 73

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