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1933 The Abbot Circle Class Will We, the Class of 1933 of Abbot Academy, being, as we believe, of sound and sane mind and memory, do make and publish and declare this to be our last will and testiment. We leave Betty Weaver ' s wish-bones to Mary Flaherty just in case he doesn ' t come. We leave Margo Walker ' s monocle to Ann Place with which to watch for callers Friday night. We bequeath all our Intervale mufflers to Beverly Sutherland with which to quell her unseemly boisterousness. We leave our contract bridge scores to the new girls as intelligence tests. We leave all our letterless days to Evelyn Kleven. We leave our collective adipose tissues to Charles in hopes that they will be fondly cherished. We leave a pulley to Miss Moses with which to obtain her glasses from the fourth floor. We leave Alice Hill ' s appetite to Miss Friskin. We leave all our dangling participles, split infinitives, and mixed metaphors to Mr. T. S. Eliot in hope that Miss Chickering will thus come indirectly to appre- ciate us. We leave our eyebrow pluckers to Miss Bailey with which to root out vicious crime from our midst. We leave Star the bird. We leave Rosie Chase ' s gum with which to stick Star out of the dining room. We leave to Star our fancy collection of assorted mothballs. We leave Miitzi as a one-man entertainment committee. We leave all our heather for new dining-room centerpieces. We leave our finished jig-saw puzzles to beautify the day-scholars ' rooms. We leave all our cold cream to calm the troubled waters. We leave our class-book to the Faculty for arm rests during chapel. Lastly, we leave our dialect behind and we leave a great deal to your imagina- tions. Editor ' s Note: Resolved: that a pun is no longer the lowest form of humor. 36
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