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Ylhe Abbot Circle 1931
Tale of a Tub
Always ask somebody to start your tub for you-never do it yourself, it's just not
doneg just call to anyone at the opposite end of the corridor, the corridor teachers en-
joy hearing the girls having a good time. Now that your tub is started, you have time
to do a few of the little things that you have been putting off: write a letter, or file
your nails, or go visiting perhaps, you have plenty of time.
Finally you decide to go up to see if the tub is anywhere near running over-it is!
just sliding over the side is a thin stream of water. You stand in the middle of the
room in glee. What fun!
When Miss Butterfield arrives ask her to go play with the sail boats with you
which you have made out of paper towels. Do anything to prevent her asking who did
it and how much it is going to be. Don't bother to mop up the wet, just let it soak
through down belowg the faculty especially enjoy it down below on the first floor.
How to Act When Receiving Callers
When you first hear the voices and foot steps of your callers on Friday nights
outside of Draper Hall, it is then time to put on your evening gown and high heeled
shoes. Of course there is little to be done as far as make-up goes, as you have spent
study hour in carefully applying powder, rouge, lipstick, and most important of all-
After your caller has been announced, go immediately to the drawing room and
greet him. It is now up to your guest to decide the next stepg that is, if he had rather
sit in the McKeen Rooms and smoke than go dancing in the ball room where there is
always a good orchestra. You should agree with his choice.
In the course of the evening there are various things to do. For instance, during
intermission one is sure to be highly entertained by the Abbot chorus girls who are
exceptionally well trained in specialty dances. Also elaborate refreshments are served
in the faculty parlor throughout the evening.
Sometimes between dances it is pleasant to go out on the senior porch which has
recently been refurnished and glassed in.
If, however, you decide to go dancing or to one of the many Lawrence theatres, it
is absolutely necessary that everyone be back by one o'clock. The faculty have con-
sidered the strictness of this rule, and, although perhaps it is a bit old fashioned
sounding, they think it best for the regulation to be strictly observed.