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766 Qem 1935-f939 M Qewm
School opened a week late-Hurricane! lt's an ill wind. . .
Old girls met new girls at Abbot Swing Party-games, dancing, fun
Senior Teas-gained three pounds in three hours! Miss Hearsey spoke
on "Minorities and Majoritiesf'
Senior Picnic at Ipswich-wading, baseball, hot ddogs, big fire on the
beach. Conviction that we really are Seniors at last!
Vespers led by Mr. Richardson. Need we say more?
Nobility as guest-the Countess of Listowel!
Hallowe'en-witches, ghosts and goblins smarty all made merry at
a party! Mr. Howe in skirts baffled the entire assembled multitude.
The Reverend Vivian T. Pomeroy. Cold shape!
Faculty Reception-Faculty doing the worrying, Seniors the hurry-
ing! Welcome to Miss M. D. Baker, Miss Hilda Baynes, Miss Coolidge
Miss Hill, Miss Rhodes, Miss Smith and Miss Tuttle.
Kingsland Marionettes-at which we are introduced to puppets from
every land and of every age.
A.C.A. Candlelight Vespers.
Miss Childs of Choate School spoke at special Armistice Day Chapel
Our last torchlight parade, also heart flutterings-but not our last.
Mr. Baldwin led vespers-P.A.'s favorite chaplain.
Fall Field Day postponed because of rain, Senior corridor stunts by
those seniors not on week-ends.
Dr. J. Edgar Park, president of Wheaton College, speaker at vespers.
Fall Field Day two days late-vision confused by green Gargoyles
and orange Griffins.