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The Abbot Circle 19 3 2 Class Will We, the Class of 1932 of Abbot Academy, being as we believe of a sound and sane mind and memory, do make and publish and declare this to be our last will and testi- mony. We leave to individuals : 1. Dot Rockwell ' s girdle to Doris Marchand. 2. A membership to " Goodwife and Mother ' s League " to Clara Smith. 3. Frances Harvey ' s loud laughter to Betty Weaver. 4. A silencer for Catherine Campbell ' s nose and a booklet on, " Care and Feeding of Roommates. " 5. Atossa Welles ' moire pillow to Caroline Guptill. 6. Lucy Drummond ' s scales to Barbara Worth. 7. Dorothy Rockwell ' s hair to Gloria Grosvenor. 8. All our lipstick to Beverly Macfadden. We leave to the Faculty 1. To Miss Moses a package of Kleenex to wipe her glasses ofFwith. 2. Dotso Richardson ' s " Palmer Method " to Miss R. Chickering. 3. To Miss Bailey a dumbwaiter on which to carry Star ' s food upstairs. 4. All our appendices to Miss Grimes to add to her laboratory collection. 5- To Miss Robinson an extra pair of glass eyes. 6. To Miss Patten, who has begun to collect pins, we leave a small box to put them in. 7. To Mrs. Craig we leave a pair of track shoes in order that we may hear her coming, and a pair of suspenders. 8. All our old braces to be made into chains for Miss Carpenter and Miss Hopkins ' Ford. We leave to the school : 1. Frostila with which to make our hands as alluring as Miss Patten ' s. We leave our heart and hand to the ladv of the Dedication. 38
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19 3 2 The Abbot Circle Class History The beginning of our famous class started five long years ago with the goodly number of six. Many were the wild tales told of us while we were in Sunset — throwing people into tubs of water was a common occurrence, and water fights were staged at least once a week. How big we felt when we had our first class meeting — a real organ- ized class at last! No longer were we the school babies! We were fortunate enough to be able to take part in the Centennial celebration — and what a celebration it was! The high light of our third year was our debut of the prom — but only as ushers. Of course when we started our Senior-Mid year we were allowed some of the privileges which are granted to the two upper classes. There was our exciting tea dance, the Senior prom, and our own banquet. But what can ever compare with our Senior year? We came back feeling the heavy responsibility of high and mighty Seniors. The year turned out to be filled not only with responsibility, but with unlimited pleasure. First there was the Senior picnic, then right after midyears we traveled North to Intervale — The Intervale of our dreams for four years. Passing over the lameness and bruises which we acquired there, we also found bacon-bats, flapjack parties, sleigh- rides, not to mention hikes into North Conway. The Senior play was a great success, surpassing all expectations, and the prom followed in its turn and was considered by one and all the best dance ever held. Graduation looms up as the great climax of five years ' work. We shall march down the aisle with our " ' little blue books " thinking not of what has passed, but what awaits us out in the wide world. Virginia Brown Harriet Bolton 37
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