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Page 55 text:
The Abbot Circle 19 24 IV Laura Bliss ' vocabulary to H. Brewster. V Frances McCarthy ' s flow of language to Charlotte Kitchen. VI Feg McKee ' s makeup to Alfreda Stanley. VII Cur book entitled " Myself " to Kate L. Potter. VIII Our ailments and troubles to Alice Cole. IX Our daredevilish characteristics to Virginia Spear. X Pris Bradley ' s giggle to Miss Mason. XI P. Draper ' s jazz whistle to Barbara Nelson. XII The burden and progress of the T. B. Society to Gretchen. XIII Kay Wallace ' s reducing exercises to Carol Bridgeham. XIV Kay Hart ' s hair curlers to V. Thompson. XV Our Yale banners to Elizabeth Tuttle. XVI Genevra Rumford ' s stockings to Frances Howard. XVII Elsie Draper ' s henna hair dye to M. Quain. XVIII " The Plastic Age " to H. Sagendorf. XIX Our snaky dresses to M. Hawkes. XX Our marceling irons to E. M. Ward. XXI B. Bragg ' s musical laugh to Manon Wood. Third, To the School — I A tree to beautify the premises. II The courtesy of the underclass girls (where is it?) including: a Calling of Seniors " Miss " . b Rising on entrance of Seniors, c Fastening of Senior goloshes, d Pushing in Seniors ' chairs at the table. e Carrying of wraps and books for Seniors, f Holding open of doors for Seniors. Ill The hope and fulfilment of becoming a Senior. In testimony whereof we hereunto set our hand and seal and declare this to be our last will and testament, this tenth day of June in the year A. D. 1924. Class of Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-Four 47
Page 54 text:
T h e A blot Circle 19 24 Qtt)t Class OTtU We, 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 battered possessions and privileges as follows: First, To the Class of 1925 — I The first seven rows of chapel seats. II 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. Ill 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 news. VI Visions of Intervale to the Class of ' 25. VI I 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 flashlights 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. Second, To some individuals — I Our cast off rubbers to Henry himself. II More copies of " Fourscore and seven years " to Miss Pettingell. III Dorothy Barringer ' s general information to Mittie. 46
Page 56 text:
The Abbot Circle 19 24 Snterbale Hello to Abbot! How do you do? We ' ve had a good time and hope you have too. Beefsteak for breakfast, coffee at night, When you go to Intervale, you ' ll know we are right! Intervale without the Seniors Is like a meal without the eats Is like a mail without a letter Is like a cook-book without receipts Is like Wednesday without a roll Is like a stocking without a hole But there ' s one thing worse in this universe. And that ' s the Seniors, we say the Seniors, We mean the Seniors without Intervale! Sure, a little bit of Heaven Fell from out the sky one day And it nestled in New Hampshire Not so many miles away And when the angels found it Sure, it looked so sweet and fair, They said " Suppose we leave it For it is so peaceful there. " So, they sprinkled it with sunshine Just to make the pine trees grow. They ' re the finest ones that can be found No matter where you go. And they placed the mountains round it Just to keep away the gale And when they had it finished Sure, they called it Intervale! 48
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