Abbot Academy - Circle Yearbook (Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1923

Page 82 of 108

 

Abbot Academy - Circle Yearbook (Andover, MA) online yearbook collection, 1923 Edition, Page 82 of 108
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Page 82 text:

The A b b o t C i r cle 1 9 Gretchen: " Oh, my brother was baptized twice. " " GlNNY " : " It didn ' t soak in the first time, huh? " Em. Holt: " Do you take gym? " Nattie B. : " No, Jim takes me — liar! " " Ros " {in Davis Hall): " Oh, I smell cigarette smoke — but I guess it ' s just the organ pipes. " Miss Mason {seeing S. S. with her hand still raised after question has been answered): " What were you going to say, Susan? " Susan: " Oh, I was going to say the same thing; I just forgot to take myhand down. " Miss Matthews: " What did David take to his brother? " " Pris " Draper: " Hot water bottle. " Academic Senior: " I ' ll never be the same again. " Inquisitive: " Why? " A. S.: " Because my states of consciousness are always changing. " Miss Chickering {in English class, reading from D. Taylor ' s paper): " In fact, I led the life of a normal, young girl in her early teens, until I came to Abbot. " Senior: " How was Abbot while we were at Intervale? " Senior-Mid.: " Like an empty nut-shell. " 78

Page 81 text:

The Abbot Circle 19 W )tn urdjasrtna $lea£e jfflentton Sfatiot After ripening to fullest sweetness under tropic skies ■ — B. B. Say it with flowers — Laura. Learn to play jazz in ten lessons — Rose. That good Maxwell — ? You just know she wears them — " Skeedie " . Hasn ' t scratched yet — Betty Nelson. Are you planning a trip to Europe} — A. C. Father tvas amazed at the great change — Fran. Picture ahead: — Miss McKeen. Keep that school girl complexion — Sally. How I made my summer wardrobe out of thirty-five dollars — Bab. Do you come home with weary feet? — Anne. Two in one — Nettie and Judy. Not a day older — Ellie Noyes. What ' s wrong in this picture? — Billy and Madeline. Ask Dad — he knows — " Dee. " Permanent wave effect — " Fiji " . How I lost 36 pounds — Libby Adams. Wanted — a perfect figure — " Cal " . When she grows up — Dotty Taylor. Give wings to xvords — Adelaide Hammond. They satisfy — The twins. Sent in a plain wrapper — Peg MeKee. How to improve your memory in one evening — M. J. Wolf. How I cured myself of stuttering — Peg Seudder. Spend your evenings at home — To whom it may concern. Fran: " Hello fool! " Cal: " Hullo, brother! " B. B.: " Is the part of Montana you live in very mountainous? " S. S. : " No, it ' s a flat plain. " Peg Scudder {telling exciting story) : " — and then she turned around and ran at the top of her lungs! " 77



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The A bho I Circle 1923 Ufa etiquette Jioofe {Special Abbot Edition) For the convenience of those who are not acquainted with the standards and customs of Abbot, the Class Book Board publishes these few suggestions. Class room demeanor should be governed by the same rules of hilarity and inattention that are in use in the Congo. If you chance to linger on the way to class so that the class room is not reached until after the second bell has rung, ask the teacher if she will excuse you ; she will gladly let you return to your room at once. If you have the misfortune to sneeze during Hall Exercise, rise quietly, be recognized by the speaker and apologize courteously for the inadvertence. The correct hours for receiving callers in one ' s room are between 9.30 P.M. and 6.50 A. M. The best means of announcing this arrangement to your friends is to notify them through your corridor teacher. She will be very glad to oblige you. Both Seniors and Faculty will greatly appreciate your discourtesy if you rush in before them on the stairs down to the dining-room. They will also appreciate it if, when you see them approaching far down the corridor, you form a little blockade and allow them to pass through the " dry sea " unmo- lested. Never cut your steak with a knife — use a saw; and never, under any cir- cumstances, cut your lettuce with a knife. In the dining-room, if the maid stays in the kitchen for an apparently in- definite period before clearing the table, it is quite proper for the whole table to rise, at the signal of the teacher, gather together all used dishes and take them to the kitchen. To avoid confusion right of way should be given always to the table farthest from the kitchen. Be sure to express to all members of the Class Book Board, your unfailing, bad opinion of their attempted humor and your scathing remarks about their badly directed sarcasm. This do, and thou shalt be forever blessed. 79

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