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The Abbot Circle 1924 MARGARET MARY MacDONALD " Peggy " Duluth, Minnesota Smith Four years Student Council ' 23, ' 24 Senior Mid Play ' 23 Advisory Board ' 22, ' 23 " A " Society ' 23, ' 24 Senior Play Business Manager Senior Class President Q. E. D. ' 22, ' 23, ' 24, President ' 23 Class President ' 22 Hockey Numerals ' 22, ' 23, ' 24 Hockey Team ' 23, ' 24 Class Book Board ' 24 Hockey Captain ' 24 Northfield Delegate ' 23 Junior Glee Club ' 21 Bible Group Leader ' 23 Class Treasurer ' 21 Vice President of A. C. A. ' 23 " Her value is much more than 1 can tell. " Is there anyone who has not heard of our Peggy Mac? The girl who lives on third floor front? She ' s the one whom everyone likes and who enters into sports with such vim. And as class president, too — why, she just " can ' t be beat! " We wonder what ' 24 would do with- out our Peggy. MARGARET AYRES McKEE " Peggy " Paterson, N. J. Three years Katharine Gibbs School Senior Play ' 24 Hockey Team ' 24 Hockey Numerals ' 23, ' 24 Advisory Board ' 23 Baseball Numerals ' 23 A. C. A. Treasurer ' 23 Calendar Committee ' 24 " A " Society ' 24 " Then she will talk! Ye gods, how she will talk! ' ' " Oh, I know it — Wait a second! " That is only Peggy speaking to Miss Bailey or Miss Howey. Miss Bailey and Miss Howey will probably not rush away before you ' ve finished, Peggy. We ' ve been sort of wondering, too, how it is you get so well supplied with pencils, and letters! Is it another case of saying, " Let George do it! " 27
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The Abbot Circle 19 24 MARION KING ' ' Men ' ' Janesville, Wisconsin Two years Class Treasurer ' 23 Numerals ' 23 Arm Band ' 23 Spanish Play ' 23 Calendar Committee ' 24 " A merry heart goes all the day. " What is that funny little rumble in the back of the room? Men laughing of course! The queer thing about it is we always want to laugh, too, when we hear her giggle because it ' s so conta- gious. With " Shryock ' s " jokes and Men ' s giggles it ' s a wonder room forty-nine is ' ever quiet! Then that funny little nose, it just symbolizes Men; she is so chipper and cheerful we ' re proud to have her in our class. BARBARA ANTOINETTE LOOMER " Bob " Ballardvale, Mass. Wheaton Two years " Her steady soul preserves her fame In good and evil times the same. " Who is the girl who has that stunning brown car? Barbara, of course! You know when to use it, too, don ' t you Barbara? How about Bradford Day? We sure all got a thrill when we saw our big Abbot banner on your car in Haver- hill. Some of us would have had to ride on the trolley-car if it hadn ' t been for you. And did you ski, toboggan, and snowshoe with the rest of us at Intervale? We ' ll say you did! Never mind if you never get to class meetings on time, Barbara, we know your heart is in the right place. 26
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The Abbot Circle 19 24 ELSIE MAE PHILLIPS ' ' Else " Southwest Harbor, Me. Wellesley Three years Advisory Board ' 23 Arm Band ' 24 English V Play ' 23 Calendar Committee ' 24 " True to her word, her work, her friends. " What, Elsie, another " A " in math? You ought to be spanked; you bad child, always getting " A ' s " when the rest of us poor mortals are working our heads off and only succeed in getting " B ' s " . We ' d sort of like to acquire the habit. Can ' t you show us how? Yet that ' s you all over, Elsie. You don ' t say much but you walk out of those Monday Algebra exams first just the same. But in spite of this we don ' t blame Ruth for liking to be with you so much. RUTH ADA PRITCHARD Andover, Mass. Skidmore College Three years Class Vice-President ' 22 Arm Band ' 22 Basketball Team ' 22, ' 23, ' 24 Senior Play ' 24 Basketball Numerals ' 22, ' 23, ' 24 Odeon ' 24 " A " Society ' 22, ' 23, ' 24 Spanish Play ' 23 Student Government ' 23 " One man in his time plays many parts. " Ruth! Visions of a tall, slender figure in a palm beach suit. Remember our dashing hero in the Spanish Play? That was Ruth — even to the white canvas shoes. Undreamed of talent was discovered when she played the violin in the Senior Play, merely another accomplishment of hers. But either as a Spanish senor or a bashful violinist she took her part equally well. Basket- ball? V ' oughter see her play. She ' s here — she ' s there — where? Everywhere on the field. Wonderful! Nuf sed! is
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