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Page 43 text:
The Abbot Circle 19 3 Class Prophecy Daughters of the class of ' 30 If your futures you would see, Harken to these words of wisdom Telling what you each will be: Bunny always did love children Kindergarten was her craze, Training boys in paths of duty — Twins just use up all one ' s days. Ruth has shone in Social Service. For the reason I have found, Smiling, laughing, always cheery, Ruth makes sun and light abound. When her travels she has ended, Donna in a cottage small With " Beloved " will soon settle Right beside a waterfall. Betty Brewer brought to Broadway Comedy and music fine. In her glorious reign of stardom Art and fun she ' d intertwine. Betty Brown, in Math proficient, Is a Wall Street financier. She has made a lot of money. Truly, she ' s had the career. Op, our wondrous Latin student, Turned her gifts to higher ways, Found that " Tech " boys love the Classics If they may upon her gaze. Announcement of the wedding regal Came a little while ago; Posy Castle ' s raving beauty Is the toast of Mexico. 37
Page 42 text:
The Abbot Circle 19 3 Class Will We, the Class of 1930, Abbot Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, being of sound (although overworked) mind, do hereby bequeath our nicknacks and gewgaws as follows: First, to the Class of 1931 : 1 . The orange pipes of the sprinkler system with a can of royal blue paint. 2. All our jazz records to the Senior Parlor. 3. The ability to write Intervale songs, ring songs, tree songs, etc. 4. Writers ' cramp, from signing classbook pictures. Second, to individuals: 1. A dictionary to Louise Child. 2. To Virginia Scheuer the dining-room clock. 3. To Anne Berry we leave all our radios. 4. All our week-ends we leave to Billie Keith. 5- All our high heels and ear-rings to Miss Patten. 6. To Madame Craig our Intervale boots. 7. H. Riplev leaves her alto voice to M. Bliss. 8. To the Fourth Floor all our honor bonuses Third, to the school: 1. Air cushions to be used during pupils ' recitals. 2. All our Abbot shoes. Fourth, to the Bellevue Hotel: 1. A Latin Dictionary for writing cards to the Latin teachers. 2. Fifty more bell-hops. And lastly, to the Andover Press: All our illegible handwriting. 36
Page 44 text:
The Abbot Circle 19 3 Gay her home on rock has founded, Farming in the Woolly West. Pigs and cows and horses many Hubby bought at her request. Nita Cowee was kept busy Getting to her " dates " on time. Now she finds it very easy, For she ' s bought a trolley-line. Betty Dean as fairest Elsa On the Civic Opera stage Fills the place to overflowing. Tickets make the poor man rage. Doll is someone ' s secretary, Has his files right up to date. She has kept him very busy, Scolds him when he is too late. With the outcome of elections, Kay her due the White House claimed, President of all this country, Followed Hoover ' s methods famed. Alice Eckman ' s first grand entrance In the held of literature Was acclaimed in 1930, Now she ' s gaining fame secure. Radio listeners, gather nearer, Kathie Fellows sings tonight. President of Abbot ' 30, Always is our guiding light. Foster is a famous lady Can ' t you see her seated there Heading diplomatic dinners Queen of every fine affair. Florence while she was at Abbot Saved up all her pretty coins Then she opened " Gardner, Banker " Right where Wall Street Broadway joins. 38
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