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The Abbot Circle 1924
The mass will
VVe. the class of 1924, of Abbot Academy, Andover, Mass., in a sane and
sober Condition and right mind, and having imbibed as much knowledge as may
be expected of us, do hereby bequeath our most precious and battereil possessions
and privileges as follows:
First, To the Class of 1925 -A
I The first seven rows of chapel seats.
ll The privilege of preceding in passing through doors or means of exit. any
person or persons belonging to Abbot, except members of the Faculty
or guests. -
III The Senior Parlor and contents, including the assignment books in the
lower left-hand drawer of the desk, and the psychology and ethics ques-
tions in the upper left-hand drawer, not excepting the bills. receipts and
notes of ten years past in the upper right-hand drawer and the latest
best seller carefully tucked in the lower right-hand drawer.
IV The privilege of playing the Victrola and the many broken records.
V The treat of sitting contentedly during a meal without danger of losing
your appetite and without fear of dropping your knife and breaking a
plate from fright or without danger of tearing a clean handkerchief to
shreds while waiting in suspense until the bell rings for you to give the
VI Visions of Intervale to the Class of '25,
VII Our cotton stockings and woolen underwear to the needy of Andover.
VIII Our extension sleeves to those without.
IX To Stu. G. our can openers.
X Our Hashlights to the grinds.
XI To the girls on the hill, rooms on the South side.
XII Our thumbtacks to those who can pull them out.
Serolzd, To some 1'11rliir1'd1zaIs A
I Our cast off rubbers to Henry himself.
II More copies of A' Fourscore and seven years " to Miss Pettingell.
III Dorothy Barringer's general information to Mittie.