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The Abbot Circle 1926 0m Hear trte KATHERINE LAHM PARKER " Kay " Madison Barracks, N. Y. Smith One year Posture Honor Roll ' 25 Arm Band ' 25 Philomatheia ' 26 Honor Roll ' 26 " Kay " is a quiet girl who lives on the fourth floor. She can be merry at times, but she ' s generally very, very good. You see, she learned discipline at an early age, for her father is a Brigadier-General, and she lives at Madison Barracks. We all envy her for that, for soldiers in uniform are " so good-looking. " DOROTHY PEASE " Dippy " Hartford, Connecticut Wellesley One Year A rm Band ' 26 Honor Roll ' 26 We ' re mighty proud that you were able to be- come a permanent member of the Class of ' 26, and we hail you as our class baby. You ' re so quiet that we hardly know you ' re around. It almost seems as though you ' d been brought up to understand that " babies should be seen and not heard. " We wish you ' d share with us your ability to ski and make the Honor Roll. 32
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The Abbot Circle 1926 GRETCHEN GARDNER VANDERSCHMIDT " Gret " Leavenworth, Kansas Five years ' 25, ' 26 Glee Club ' 22 Hockey Team ' 26 " A " Society ' 26 German Play ' 24 Student Council ' 26 A. D. S. Play ' 25, ' 26 Senior Play ' 26 Honor Roll ' 24, ' 25 Hockey Numerals ' 22, ' 23 Senior President Class Treasurer ' 25 Class Secretary ' 24 A. D. S. ' 24, ' 25, ' 26 Sec.-Treas. A. D. S. ' 25 Fidelio ' 23, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26 Program Committee ' 25 Chairman Tea Dance Committee ' 25 Choir ' 26 English V Play ' 24 Draper Dramatics ' 24 Class Book Board Ex-officio Northfield ' 25 Gret is one of the pillars of our class, and the success of our Senior year has been largely due to her. As Class President she has shown great executive ability in handling every situation, and in putting things through. The Abbot stage will indeed be forlorn without her, for she has con- tributed much in the way of fine acting. We will not soon forget her as Touchstone. Although studious and thoughtful at times, she can always find some humor in the most serious situation. Leavenworth, Kansas, is a long way off, and is, perhaps, " one of the little country towns along the way, " but if Gret is a typical specimen, Abbot says " Come on, Leavenworth!! " FUKI WOOYENAKA Tokyo, Japan Wellesley Two years Arm Band ' 25 Courant ' 25, ' 26 Baseball Numerals ' 25 Odeon ' 25 O Fuki, Fuki, why can ' t you give the rest of us poor struggling creatures just a tiny bit of the ability that is so natural to you? For, know that Fuki, although she comes from far away Japan, is a member of Odeon, and writes the loveliest imaginable poems for the Courant. But ' she does not confine herself entirely to sober, study moods, and pensive, poetic ones. Not at all. Just listen to her giggle, or see her ski, and know the contrary. 31
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The Abbot Circle 1926 Calenbar for 19254926 September 16 September 22 September 29 October 6 October 11 October 17 October 21 October 27 November 3 November 4 November 10 November 17 November 19 November 21 November 25 November 30 December 5 December 8 December 12 December 13 December 17 January ' 6 January 9 January 14 January 19 January 28 January 30 February 1 February 9 Morrissey ' s big day. New Girl - Old Girl Dance. Breaking the ice. Senior picnic — Haggett ' s Pond. Mrs. Flagg and Fonty entertained the Seniors at the Baronial Hall. Rev. Mr. Stackpole, one of our favorite chapel speakers. Mr. Alden G. Alley on " The League of Nations. " Faculty Reception. Seniors to the fore. Organ Recital. Miss Friskin ' s Recital. Bradford Day. We ' re fine golfers. Faculty Recital. Masquerade. A. D. S. makes a little extra cash. Mrs. Hopkins on Egypt. Mrs. Edi th McClure Patterson on " Buying. " Thanksgiving recess. The festive board. Mr. Ellsworth on " Queen Elizabeth. " Suzanne Keener. A. D. S. gives " Why the Chimes Rang. " Why see " The Miracle? " Andover children ' s party. We become democratic. Christmas service. Christmas vacation. Three Weeks. Another big day for Morrissey. Violin recital by Alexander Blackman. Arthur Bassett, pianist. Miss Helen Frazer of London. Senior-Mid plays. A bright outlook for their Senior play. Midyears. Short and sweet. The fortunate Senior-Mids have a tea-dance. Intervale. " Just a little bit o ' heaven. " Miss Friskin ' s recital. 33
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