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The Abbot Circle 192 5 0nt Hear trl DOROTHY BEELEY " Dot " Lawrence, Mass. Smith One year Fidelio Honor Roll ' 24, ' 25 German Play ' 25 Dot is a combination of broad grin, mischievous eyes and an almost omnipresent violin. She ' s usually bubbling over with energy and good fun, but on the stage before her rapt public she changes into a mistress of ceremonies and cir- cumstances. If an earthquake caused Davis Hall to collapse Dot would remain calmly playing to the elements, probably seated on a shaking rafter. 26
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The Abbot Circle 192 5 MANON WOOD ' ' Brownie " , " Woodie ' ' Chestnut Hill, Mass. Katharine Gibbs Three years Arm Band ' 23 Fidelio ' 24, ' 25 Senior Mid Play ' 24 Senior Play ' 25 Manon is the most graceful girl you ever saw. In rhythmic we all just envy her and wonder why we are so awkward. Her contagious little giggle never fails to cheer you up, and she has the most fascinating way of talking. That ' s not all that ' s fascinating about her either. Ask Billy, he knows! PHYLLIS YATES " Phyl " Andover, Mass. Five years Class Treasurer ' 22 Honor Roll ' 21, ' 22, ' 24 Basketball Numerals ' 22, ' 23, ' 24 Glee Club ' 21 Basketball Team ' 24, ' 25 Senior Play ' 25 " A " Society ' 24, ' 25 Student Government ' 24 Senior Mid Play ' 24 Arm Band ' 21, ' 22 Impressions of Phyl playing basketball! She ' s here and there and everywhere ! And can we ever forget those purple bloomers? I guess not! Phyl ' s musical as well as athletic. We really expect her to be a second Paderewski some day if she keeps on at the rate she ' s going now! Phyllis is like the girl in the story — . She has a little curl right down the middle of her forehead, and when she is good she is very, very good, and when she is bad — we like her just the same! 25
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The Abbot Circle 192 5 Calendar Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 23 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct. 21 Oct. 22 Back to school with great gusto to start a new year. Miss Bailey gave us a wonderful send-off by speaking on " The Characteristics of a True Abbot Girl. " We gave the new girls a dance. It was great to meet so many nice new people. The Seniors went to Haggett ' s Pond, where they picnicked. A Bridge and Mah-Jong party which showed up our poor playing. Mrs. Otis Cary spoke on Japan and presented the school with a fascinating Chinese temple bell. Q. E. D. conducted a political forum with great dignity and intelligence. Senior Middlers " sported on the green " at Pomp ' s on their annual picnic. The Faculty Reception. Here Seniors began to realize that they wished they knew " how to enter a drawing-room gracefully. " Oct. 28 We enjoyed a pleasant evening with the spooks and goblins at dinner and in Davis Hall. Nov. 5 Bradford Day! We came through with colors flying, and all agreed that Bradford girls are the best ever. The Faculty gave us one of their usual enjoyable recitals. The Thanksgiving service which drew the bond between us and our Alma Mater a .little tighter. Odeon read poetry to us and did it admirably. A. D. S. gave a scene from " Twelfth Night " and " Holly Tree Inn. " They both were excellently done. Mme. Bliven-Charbonnel gave a very attractive recital. Rev. Markham W. Stackpole gave us one of his usual splendid talks on " A True Sense of Duty. " Mr. William B. Ellsworth gave a delightful lecture on " Life in Shakespeare ' s Time. " We Seniors gave a Christmas party for the Andover children. Didn ' t we have fun playing bean beg and " Little Sally Waters? " Our wonderful Christmas party which inspired us and made Abbot all the dearer. Home for three glorious weeks of rest. Returned to school after a wonderful time, to take up the duties of the day once more. Jan. 10 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rann Kennedy and Miss Gage, presented " The Chastening. " Words cannot express our appreciation. Miss Kelsey gave us an interesting talk on " The Guiding Spirits of Abbot. " President Marshall spoke on " God ' s Eternal Youth. " The Middlers " trod the boards " with great credit. Off to Intervale the Seniors went: " to the land of ice and snow. " 27 Nov. 11 Nov. 26 Nov. 29 Dec. 2 Dec. 2 Dec. 7 Dec. 8 Dec. 13 Dec. 16 Dec. 17 Jan. 6 Jan. 11 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Feb. 2
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