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SENIOR ECHO ANOTHER CLASS CONFAB A senior class meeting was called for 12:55 in the senior parlor. The meeting was called from great commotion (everyone was discussing the Phillips prom) to a semblance of order. Secre- tary Kunkel read the minutes and called the roll. Misses Mount, Haskell, Welborn and Vander- slice arrived late. The president announced the sad death of one of Dandelion ' s near rela- tions and asked the pleasure of the class in the matter. Miss Brown proposed that flowers be sent. The class agreed. (A giggle rose in the corner by the chaise longue. A stern frown quelled the laughter of Misses Bloomfield and Bankart.) Miss Polk then mentioned that she thought the seniors should set a better example to the rest of the school in the matter of language. She had distinctly heard Miss Dewey say " heck " before two impressionable under- classmen, and she also stated that she knew Ruth was not alone in this sin but one of many. She c alled the class to think about this. The president then said that it was the custom for the class to send flowers to the president on the occasion of the senior play. She asked what the class wished to do in the matter. Miss Damon objected, saying there was not an overabundance of money in the treasury. The matter was put to vote and was agreed upon with a majority of one vote. The meeting then adjourned. Miss Verbena Vanderslice will address our flourishing society on Monday afternoon during the weekly meeting of the sewing circle. She will deliver a brief talk on " Work among the Zulus, " based on her flying trip through that country. We feel she ' s well qualified to give this talk, as she is noted for her fleeting tours of heathen lands, ancHt is always a joy to us to hear one of her condensed as well as concise summaries of her educational trips. All mem- bers are urged to be present to finish our large quota of under-garments for the starving Russians. Daughters of the Jewish Gents Tiny Tenor will hold a benefit in her palatial residence on 3rd Ave. She will be assisted by Beckey Baker, Leah Lamb, Rachel Robbins and Delilah Saunders. The fete is for the benefit of the Brethren United in Recovering the Holy Land, and will be opened by a prayer recited by Rabbi Reuben Rose. All members of the Sunset Synagogue are invited to aid in the booths. Miss Sapphira Sands will be in charge of the decorations. Miss Proverba Polk will tastily preside over the refreshments, and Miss Ruby Rugg is the keynote of the music committee. Special Meeting of the Babbling Bessies President Gushie Gage calls a special meeting of Babbling Bessies on Tuesday. All members having ordered latest editions of " Prying Pru- dence ' s Propensities " bring fifty cents. Mem- bers admitted only by password which is " From Bad to Worse " until further notice. Another chapter of " Mable of the Meadows " will be read. All contributors to the " Tiny Tots " section of the Sunday paper must be in the hands of Gabby Goss, literary critic, by Monday evening. As we are vieing with our rival " The Squeaky Pens, " our members are urged to do their best with the fairy stories. LOST — Equilibrium. Finder please return to Betty Chapman. LOST — Many pairs of high-heeled shoes. Finder please return to school at large. FOUND — A healthy complexion at the town cosmetic counter. Apply, Sarah Bailey, R. 11. ADVERTISEMENTS Complete set of questions on any subject. ISABEL BROWN WIT AND HUMOR. How to make the party a success. MISSES BAKER AND MOUNT See Harvard as I do ! All trips under personal supervision. E. ROSE Heads bobbed as you will. V. WARNER
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The Abbot Circle 19 22 Name J. Warren K. Weeks S. Welborn E. Whittemore M. Burford E. Brewster C. P. Damon K. Damon M. Hopkins O. Howard E. Hutchinson M. Potter S. Root E. Rose L. Mount M. Mallory E. Ohnemus D. Moxley M. Rugg A. WlLKINS D. Williams Acquired Fame by Agitativeness Flopping Ml ?? ? Faculty entertainer Herself Her comb The twins Keeping money Her gift o ' gab Frankness (?) Author of " Divers ways Her giggle Her sense of humor Her brother Cramming Marks One of the Big Four Cornerstone of the class Playing Laura ' s room-mate Writing Probable End Agitator Principal of a charm school [M ?? . ??? Saranac Lake The Green Shutters Ingenue Cranford The poorhouse Critic How to Keep Your Figure " The ocean Dempsey II Reformatory matron Florist Padded cell Archaeologist French teacher Lustreite Dramatist Card shark Missionary 76
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