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The Abbot C i r c I 19 2 8 " THE HOME TIE ' By Virginia Gay Allie Capt ' n Frank Naomi Bill Mrs. Emerson Cynthia Miss Mcintosh Miss Rundlett Miss Anthony Miss Dudley Miss Marian Smith Miss Adams " WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG ' By Jean Frederick Irene Rowley Abbie Stuart Fanny Sherman Seraphina Haynes Patience Wilder Miss Saxton Madame Putnam Betty Lewis Principal Stone Mr. Draper Miss Lyon Mrs. Stowe Miss Gould Miss Bornemann Miss Sloper Miss Rundlett . Miss Dow Miss Tobey Miss Leech Miss Adams Miss Piper . Miss Gay Miss Cochran Miss Jackson 92
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The Abbot C i r c I 19 2 8 engltstf) V $laps On Tuesday evening, May 22nd, we were treated to a glimpse of the work of Abbot ' s budding geniuses in the shape of four plays written by members of the English V class and acted by other members of the class. They presented a variety of subjects and settings. Each one showed hard work and real achievement. Sing a Neiv Song by Katherine Taber Fox was an incident in the early history of Christianity in a Roman province. Fishermen s Wives by Priscilla Whittemore gave us a bit of tragic realism of modern Norway. The Home Tie by Virginia Gay cheered us with its love story of a boy and girl in a Maine seaport town. Jean Frederick ' s When We Were Very Young had special interest for us for it showed Abbot in 1842. The casts follow: " O SING A NEW SONG " By Katherine Taber Fox Two Slaves Daniel, a Christian A Guard Sarah, Daniel ' s Mother The Poet Assinius, the Governor Marcus Officer Priest Latius Publius Misses Place and McKinney Miss Gould Miss Leavitt Miss Castle Miss Fox . Miss Gay Miss Lane Miss Mcintosh Miss Wentworth Miss Bornemann Miss Jennings " FISHERMEN ' S WIVES " By Priscilla Whittemore Lona Alving, Olga ' s Mother Olga Stefenson Mr. Borg .... A Neighbor ' s Son Miss Whittemore Miss Frederick Miss Piper Miss Wentworth 91
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The Abbot Circle 19 2 8 WLf)v Wit Came o ®bbot 1. Kay Adams — To be nearer Henry. 2. Fran Anderson — To help teach Math. 3. Sis Bartlett — To keep Fran Cobb quiet. 4. Bunny Bliss — To tear her hair over the Class Book. 5- Kay Borneman — To theorize with Mr. Howe. 6. Ruth Cushman — To pay our bills. 7. Dottie Dow — To get a rest. 8. Lois Dunn — It ' s a family habit. 9. Jean Frederick — To educate our literary tastes. 10. Gee Gee Gay — To keep us guessing about the falcon. 11. Fran Gould — To receive Billy. 12. Peg Graham — To find her affinity in Sis. 13- Diz Hollis — To enjoy the society of Mr. Blandin. 14. Louise Hyde — To make pie beds. 15- Betty Jackson — To take care of Madame ' s cat. 16. Dot Jennings — To give us a close up of Mary Pickford. 17. Bea Lane — Because Helen did. 18. Helen Lea vitt— Because Bea did. 19. Eleanor Leech — To get her voice manicured. 20. Nivvy Nivison — To be a fashion plate. 21. Jo Paret — To get squelched. 22. Pipe Piper — To squelch. 23. Marion Quin — To demonstrate perfect etiquette. 24. Sue Ripley — To go home. 25. Kay Ross — To get a square meal. 26. Connie Rundlett — To pass the hours till Andy comes. 27. Betty Ryan — To act childish. 93
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