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The Abbot Circle 1925
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."
VVe gave the new girls a dance. lt 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
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."
We enjoyed a pleasant evening with the spooks and goblins at dinner and in Davis
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
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
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 VVaters?"
Our wonderful Christmas party which inspired us and made Abbot all the clearer.
Home for three glorious weeks of rest. .
Returned to school after a wonderful time, to take up the duties of the day once
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rann Kennedy and Miss Gage, presented "The Chasteningf'
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."