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The Abbot Circle 19 2 8 28. Betty Schuh — To be Mme. Riest ' s little pal. 29. Emmy Sloper — Because her sister did. 30. Bozie Smith — To go to tea dances on the hill. 31. Patty Snell — To help Stu. G. 32. Jean Swihart — Because we needed her. 33- Theo Talcott — Because she forgot. 34. Babs Vail — To be a little sunbeam. 35- Bobbie Wentworth — To teach us the correct expression to wear while dancing. 36. Betty Whitney — To exercise the mops, brooms, etc. 37. Kay Willauer — To borrow toothpaste. fofees Kay Ross: " When I was a kid I never walked up stairs. I always slid down the bannisters. " Miss Mason : ' ' There will be a salute of twenty-one guns for the President. ' ' Diz: " Where will they get twenty-one guns, Miss Mason? " 94
Page 113 text:
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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