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Page 41 text:
The Abbot Circle 192 5 19. " Sally " MacPherran — To uplift the literary propensities of the modern generation. 20. " Mittie " Mittendorff — To lead Bible Group. 21. " Barb " Nelson — Get thin. 22. Marion Quain — Become a politician. 23. Lila Rich — To appreciate the merits of New Jersey. 24. " Betsey " Righter — To get sat on. 25. " Saggie " Sagendorph — To get into Vassar at twelve instead of thir- teen. 26. Mary Simpson — To keep " Libby " from doing anything rash. 27. Hildred Sperry — To keep Wrigley ' s wriggling. 28. " Freda " Stanley — To graduate at eight years instead of nine. 29. " Chub " Thompson — To get over that tired feeling. 30. Doris von Culin — To get mail. 31. " Libby " Ward — Learn how to pass the hat tactfully. 32. Manon Wood — To keep " Edie " straight. 33. Emmy Lou Wylie — To get a square meal. 33
Page 40 text:
The Abbot Circle 1925 WW We Came to t)bot 1. " Phyl " Yates — To safeguard her against the male population of Andover. 2. " Dot " Beeley — To show that a snub nose and a violin are not incom- patible. 3. " El " Bodwell — So she could go back and educate the heathen of Bradford. 4. Elaine Boutwell — To demonstrate to the Ethics Class what a social butterfly is. 5. " Bubbles " Burtnett — To learn how to make breaks without blushing. 6. " Peg " Caverno — To help Fritz keep Abbot tidy. 7. " Peggy " Daniels — To educate Abbot to the standard of Mercersburg. 8. " Rufus " Davies — To teach us about our Swedish sisters. 9. " A. D. " Estes — To keep A. D. Society running. 10. Jean Gordon — She came because her mama sent her! 11. " Migs " Hawkes — To demonstrate the true gentleman to P. A. 12. " Fritz " Howard — To peddle note-paper. 13. " Eunie " Huntsman — To take a vacation. 14. " Ted " Johnson — To get her voice manicured. 15. " T " Jova — Because Emily did. 16. " Lott " Kitchen — To give a " free box of ' 25 paper with every two pads. " 17. " Betty " Lincoln — To rival Miss Sweeney. 18. " Mac " McDougall — To show what real efficiency is. 32
Page 42 text:
The Abbot Circle 19 25 Class Will We, the Class of 1925, Abbot Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, being possessed of adequate sobriety, and comparatively sane mentalities, do hereby bequeath our begged, bought or stolen possessions and prerogatives .as follows: — First, To the Class of 1926: I The ability to cut a pie into eighteen pieces. II The store of miscellaneous articles which may be found (1) in the silver cups on the mantelpiece in the Senior parlor; (2) among the old shoes, papers, spades, trowels and objets d ' art in the closet in the aforesaid place. Ill To A. C. A. a tambourine to pass in the meetings and other occasions. IV A goodly supply of couches which mean well, but can ' t bear (!) much. V Our seats on the radiator to those who get there first. Second, To Individuals: I Our alarm clocks to " Kay " Clay. II Our collection of old pills to " Gret. " III Our old Cosmos, Red Books, and True Stories to Miss Chickering. IV " T ' s " Harvard banner to Emily. V " Bubbles ' " black and white pajamas to " Suz " L ' Oiseau. VI " Libby " Ward ' s wave to Nancy Sherman. VII " Saggie ' s " callers to " Joe. " VIII " Ted ' s " laugh to Juliette Breese. IX " Migs " ' savoir faire to " Frazzie. " X Dorise ' s shoes to Frances Cobb. XI " Barb " Nelson ' s dulcet tones to Helen Larson. 34
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